Gary Anderson - Comments
Muckraker of the Financial System

I have published on two other prominent financial websites, Seekingalpha.com (as Gary A) and at Businessinsider.com. I muckrake the banking system and found premeditated causes for the housing bubble and subsequent meltdown. I am married with 4 grown children.

Specialties: ... more

Latest Comments
FOMC Preview: Desperate RHINOs (Again)
10 hours ago

I think the Fed is lying about wanting growth. Former St Louis Fed VP, Stephen Williamson, said basically that the Fed was happy with slow growth.

Why Powell Is Trapped: "If The Dot Plot Shows A Reduction In Hikes, Bond Markets Won't React Rationally"
15 hours ago

Will Roger's once said the financial system is broke if rates can't rise 1 percent. Our banks must be massively broke if we cannot tolerate half a percent.

Housing Keeps Getting Worse
15 hours ago

China doesn't need to buy USA real estate. Are we winning?

Malaysia Files Criminal Fraud Charges Against Goldman Sachs
1 day ago

Celebrating GS's wonderful Great Recession behavior 10 years previous. Doing things, alleged, like driving up the price of oil that helped break the US economy and other cool stuff filed under the lable: God's work.

In this article: GS
Richard Cantillon, The Most Important Economist You’ve Never Heard Of
2 days ago

Or direct the fake money, as you call it, to Helicopter drops to the regular folks. But not continually, like UBI.

US Wages Bounced Up Sharply In October
3 days ago

Seems like wages are still a bit tepid historically as to percentage growth, prof. Is it worth being so hard on emerging markets and the world economy because of a single month over 3 percent?

Crypto Bull Tom Lee: Bitcoin's 'Fair Value' Closer To $15,000
3 days ago

Chris Whalen says Bitcoin is a felony. Or as Bart Simpson once said, 52 million shares times zero is zero. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arENYYkYBts

In this article: BITCOMP
Why The Brexit Has Become Too Painful For Everyone
3 days ago

The British banking system could benefit from Brexit, as it has fewer rules than its EU counterpart. The Pound would benefit, since the alternative was going to be the European State with one currency. British banks are stronger than EU banks, think Deutsche Bank.

But, on the other hand, the UK is smallish. There aren't many people.

Retail Sales, The More Immediate Problem
3 days ago

China retail drops to 8 percent growth and the world worries. US growth has declined from 2014 according to the last chart. Labor is weak. The tax cuts should have come with strings attached, like forced spending of a portion of the cuts on the real economy.

Week Closing On A Disappointing Note
4 days ago

Labor isn't that strong. Sale prices have hit rock bottom. Credit usage is increasing. But the rest is all good, Marc.

1 to 10 of 2386 comments
1 2 3 ... 239