Bonds, Inflation, Interest Rate Policies


At the end of 2014, beginning of 2015, I believed that a bubble had formed among European bonds that would soon burst, on the model of the 2003 Japanese/American bond markets. Indeed, concerns were the same: the developed countries, especially European countries, seemed to be trending toward a deflationary spiral. Instead, it turns out that core inflation in the G7 countries had remained very … Read More

Recession Awaits America – Interview with Marc Faber (Part 1)


Today’s unrealistic bubbles are not created in shares or on the real estate market, or in the pricing of Chinese enterprises, rather the global liquidity itself and the unprecedented money supply is the bubble. The liquidity-bubble is due to the irresponsibility of the central bank leaders – said Marc Faber, one of the most respectable private investors, who was born in Switzerland, but has been … Read More

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