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Why Trade Wars Ignite and Why They’re Spreading

What ignites trade wars? The oft-cited sources include unfair trade practices and big trade deficits. But since these have been in place for decades, they don’t explain why trade wars are igniting now. To truly understand why trade wars are igniting … Continue reading

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The War on Cash Is a War on Your Freedom to Opt Out

I’ve covered the war on cash i.e. the proposed elimination of cash, a number of times, for example, The War On Cash: Officially Sanctioned Theft (June 13, 2015) Our first question should be: just how big a share of our … Continue reading

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What Will End the 34-Year US Treasury Bond Bull Market?

U.S. Treasury bonds (10-year and 30-year) topped out above 15% in late 1981, and have traced a sawtooth pattern down ever since. The 10-year bond now yields 1.92% and the 30-year yields 2.51%. Daily Treasury Yield Curve Rates. Correspondent Mark … Continue reading

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Have We Reached a Financial Singularity?

Encouraging and supporting asset bubbles is essentially the only force remaining to keep the system intact as we know it. The Singularity is based on the idea that machine intelligence will soon exceed human intelligence, and human history is unknowable beyond … Continue reading

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