Economy Archives – Page 2 of 21 – DollarCollapse.com

Economy Archives – Page 2 of 21 – DollarCollapse.com

David Haggith: America the Beautiful is broken

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From her economy to her most beautiful cities, Lady Liberty is broken. Our leaders tell us all is well, and the old lady is strong, but the veil of deception they’ve laid over her is showing through. They only fool themselves into thinking they are fooling us. Sleepy Joe may pay for it at the […]

Bill Blain: Be warned, a full-blooded European sovereign debt crisis is coming

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European corporations will flood the courts in a zombi apocalypse, and nation will rise against nation within the eurozone as the streets of Paris repopulate with yellow vests, but the US dollar will continue to hobble along as the best horse at the Glue Factory Sweepstakes…. by Bill Blain on CAPX: Welcome to the age […]

Mises: Powell’s “soft landing” is impossible

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After more than a decade of chained stimulus packages and extremely low rates, with trillions of dollars of monetary stimulus fueling elevated asset valuations and incentivizing an enormous leveraged bet on risk, the idea of a controlled explosion or a “soft landing” is impossible…. by Daniel Lacalle on the Mises Wire: In an interview with […]

Michael Snyder: We haven’t seen carnage like this since 2008

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Trillions of dollars in market wealth has already been wiped out, and investors are bracing for a chaotic second half of 2022.  We truly haven’t seen anything like this since the financial crisis of 2008.  by Michael Snyder on The Most Important News: The early months of 2020 were volatile due to the eruption of […]

James Howard Kunstler: How low can you go?

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Lots of things are going south all at once: the stock markets and bond prices, cryptos in a vanishing act, the Colorado River reservoirs going so low that, by September, both water and electricity may run out for a vast region that includes Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Southern California … the housing market … food […]

James Rickards: These people never learn

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Since 1970, whenever the stock market fell 18% or more over a four-month time frame, the economy fell into recession every time. Well, that’s exactly what we’ve seen. But after yesterday’s bloodbath, I heard a well-regarded business TV anchor ask her guest about “green shoots.” I nearly fell out of my chair, laughing. by James Rickards on […]

Charles Hugh Smith: What happens when the workforce no longer wants to work?

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The global lockdown revealed several great truths to many idled workers: 1) I’m wasting my life slaving away for an employer to whom I am disposable; 2) trying to own the upper-middle class lifestyle is not worth the sacrifices required, and 3) there are ways to work less and still get by, and live a […]

David Haggith: S&P confirms inflation killed the stock market and has ALREADY sent us into recession

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With the S&P diving deeper into bear territory on Tuesday, it solidly confirmed its status as a bear. While it entered the bear’s woods on Monday by closing at 21.8% down, it shoved its nose deeper into the dirt Tuesday like a rooting bear will do to affirm its new identity…     by David […]

Bill Blain: Markets, central banks, inflation and the chaotic tipping point

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  “The tipping point is not a question of if, but when.” The number of threats facing markets from inflation, central bank hikes, war, geopolitics, recession risks, corporate earnings and bond liquidity are legion. The big risk is they combine into a chaotic tipping point, at which moment we will just have to pick up […]

Michael Snyder: The worst economic gloom in 50 years

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We haven’t seen anything like this in decades. Energy prices are soaring to unprecedented heights. Food shortages in some parts of the world are starting to become quite severe. Rampant inflation is out of control all over the globe. Meanwhile, economic activity is slowing down everywhere that you look…. by Michael Snyder on The Most […]

Stan Szymanski: Desperate people do desperate things in desperate times – hyperinflation

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David Haggith: Two primary pointers to recession are rapidly diving deeper

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One who was a solitary voice in claiming the year began in a recession has now been joined by several significant voices claiming the recession is here; it will hit like a hurricane; and it will be deep, long and difficult to get out of…. by David Haggith on The Great Recession Blog: We’ve gone […]

Mark Jeftovic: How to protect yourself from Davos man

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Read this if you don’t want your human rights ‘recalibrated.’ The pandemic is clearly in the rear-view mirror, no matter how badly the elites wish it wasn’t so. The window on the World Economic Forum’s self-proclaimed “opportunity” for transformative change is quickly closing. Yet, billions of plebes are still dragging their knuckles around, thinking for […]

Charles Hugh Smith: There’s no stopping a recessionary reckoning

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If there was only one causal factor nudging the economy into recession, it might be a mild, brief recession. But with all five conditions in confluence, this recession will be unlike any other…. by Charles Hugh Smith on Of Two Minds: Recessions reliably arise from the confluence of these conditions. Note that any one condition […]

Lance Roberts: Investors are terrified, so why aren’t they selling?

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Big investors are terrified. At least, that is what you would assume from recent mainstream media headlines and CNBC’s continuous run of “Markets In Turmoil.” There are also plenty of indicators suggesting that the Robinhood retail crowd of traders is terrified … by Lance Roberts on Real Investment Advice: For example, the net percentage of […]

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