There is a debate in academic circles on the lessons of the current economic crisis. While most ivory tower debates are of little concern to our daily affairs, this debate should concern you, as it will inform those who hold central bank and political power. Remember, there is no playbook of rules for...
IN THIS ISSUE: 1. The US Economy - What Kind Of Recession? 2. Fed Puts Real Skin (Our Skin) In The Game 3. J.P. Morgan Quintuples The Bear Deal - Why? 4. Market Implications - More Uncertainty 5. Are We There Yet (Market Bottom)? 6. Getting Out Is Easy - When To Get back In? 7. Conclusions - What To...
This week's Outside the Box is going to be a little different. I am going to write about the extraordinary action by the NY Fed to foster the Bear Stearns deal with JP Morgan, and give you three brief notes from Michael Lewitt of Harch Capital Management and Bob Eisenbeis (former executive vice-president...
John Mauldin's Outside the Box
Filed under: Filed under: Inflation, Credit Crisis, Liquidity Crisis, Michael Lewitt, Economic Forecast, Recession, Interest Rates, Consumer Debt, Economy, Depression, JP Morgan, Bear Sterns
IN THIS ISSUE: 1. Revisiting Stratfor's Previous Forecast 2. Stratfor's Latest Economic Outlook 3. Recession, Maybe - But No Depression 4. My Analysis And Conclusions Introduction There is a growing chorus that we are already in a full-blown recession, even though we'll have to wait several...
Forecasts & Trends
Gary D. Halbert
Filed under: Filed under: Presidential Race, Gary D. Halbert, Economic Forecast, Recession, Inflation, Politics, Deficit, Depression, Oil, Stratfor, Interest Rates