Wealth Abuse

The Monetary Lessons From Germany

November 1, 2019 0

Germany suffered two currency collapses in the last century, in 1920-23 and 1945-48. The architect of the recovery from the former, Hjalmar Schacht, chose to cooperate with the Nazi successors to the Weimar Republic, and […]

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BETTING AGAINST HISTORY

June 6, 2017 0

It’s another of those days. The S&P 500 closed the week at an all time high, and although you would think everyone would be feeling good about it, the rally has brought about more angst […]

Wealth Abuse

Is the Fed’s Balance Sheet Headed for the Crapper?

April 6, 2017 0

Never underestimate the resourcefulness of a great plumber. Had it not been for the genius of Thomas Crapper, champion inventor of the water-waste-preventing cistern syphon, Victorians would have been left to make their trek to […]

Financial

When This All Blows Up…

March 13, 2017 0

Understanding the how & when of the next economic crash by Chris Martenson This report marks the end of a series of three big trains of thought. The first explained how we’re living through the […]

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