The Chances of a Double Dip Houston, My Book, and New York I am on a plane (yet again) from Zurich to Mallorca, where I will meet with my European and South American partners, have some fun, and relax before heading to Denmark and London. With the mad rush to finish my book (more on that later) and a...
This week I am really delighted to be able to give you a condensed version of Gary Shilling's latest INSIGHT newsletter for your Outside the Box. Each month I really look forward to getting Gary's latest thoughts on the economy and investing. Last year in his forecast issue he suggested 13 investment...
John Mauldin's Outside the Box
Filed under: Filed under: Credit Crisis, China, Housing Crisis, Deflation, GDP, Consumer Spending, Consumer Price Index, Household Wealth, Gary Shilling, Consumer Debt, Consumer Saving, Financial Regulation, Automotive Sector, Deleveraging, Employment, Baby Boomers, Retirement, Eastern Europe, Exports, Protectionism, Savings
Forecast 2009: Deflation, Deleveraging, and the Stimulus Effect Muddle Through on Hold Lies, Damned Lies, and Government Unemployment Numbers Central Bankers of the World, Unite! Predictions 2009 La Jolla, Bermuda, and Europe Where are we headed in 2009? We will explore that in detail over the next few...
Thoughts From The Frontline
Filed under: Filed under: The Fed, Oil, Employment, Housing, Consumer Spending, Economic Forecast, Economic Outlook, Deflation, Bailout, Consumer Confidence, Deleveraging, Richard Russell, 2009, Forecast
The Problems of Deleveraging 1.2 Million Jobs and Counting Be Careful of Geeks Bearing Recovery Data Back to 1982 New York, Birthdays, and Moving In general, we consider it a good thing to save money and to "owe no man anything save love." But what happens when a debt-happy society wakes up...