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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.

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E Donald Trump Was Elected By Farmers And They Are Worried
Farmers believe they put Donald Trump in office, yet Trump is favoring industry ahead of agriculture.
E Trump Fail; Tourism Declines In USA
Charts prove that tourism in the USA is declining. With the natural wonders our nation possesses, and world travel up, only a buffoon could mess up this industry.
E Clever Fed Plan May Destroy Demand
Companies want stock inflation without increased prosperity and wage inflation. That protects the value of stocks, and bond values at the same time. The threat of the Fed liquidating stocks to protect bonds is ever present.
E The Fed Will Take The Stock Market Down
There is a warning from Tim Duy that the Fed views inflation as being in the danger zone. This does not mean the Fed is right; it does not mean the Fed is wrong. But it means the Fed will likely take down the stock market.
E Bond Vigilantes, Liberty Street Fed Collateral Study, And Art Cashin
With the decline of asset backed collateral, like MBSs, interest rate collateral has taken over and is the largest derivative market. If that collateral fails on a massive scale, all hell really could break loose.
E Corporate Debt As Economic Indicator: Jesse Colombo
As a percentage of GDP, corporate debt has a perfect track record of predicting recessions since the early 1980's.
E Ron Feldman's Fed Secret And Treasury Bond Behavior
Bank bonds, especially TBTF bank bonds are safe and risk free, because the Fed will protect them as a matter of policy. So says Ron Feldman of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank.
E Kalecki's End Of The Business Cycle; Bond Wars
Manufacturing investment decline coupled with a commercial real estate bubble that could constrain retail investment are a double dose of potentially bad news. It could be that the business cycle's days are numbered.
E Did Goldman Sachs Have Anything To Do With Market Volatility?
Did Goldman Sachs facilitate the volatility we are seeing in stocks and bonds?
E Trump Tax Cuts And Yellen's New Normal
This discussion will get to trump's tax cuts and how they fit in with the present day financial situation. But first it is necessary to report on Janet Yellen.
E Saving The Economy: NGDP Targeting For The People
We face the threat of an expanded Fed balance sheet, zero lower bound in the next downturn, and the inequality of wealth, seemingly ever increasing. Helicopter money will simply have to be considered as a means to evening out the money supply.
E Is USA Low Capacity Utilization Low Enough To Prevent Recession?
Low capacity utilization and weak labor are with us in full force. Capacity utilization still runs below the fifty year average of 80.31 percent in the United State. We may be at the point where our low capacity utilization may not be low enough.
E For All You Inflation Fearmongers, Dr Lambert Has An Answer
Fear of inflation and hyperinflation finds its way into many articles about economics. But for those confused by those who are predicting that inflation is just around the corner, Dr. Edward Lambert has a rational and data driven response.
E The Great Artificial Intelligence Bubble And Scam
Scams often result in financial bubbles popping, with investors losing a lot of money. Beware of the Artificial Intelligence scam. Read what experts have said about the limitations of artificial intelligence.
E Tim Duy: Stocks Won't Crash; Look For These Indicators
Labor is too weak. Yet the Fed believes labor is strong. Earnings growth could slide if labor gets any weaker.
E Repo Watch Looking For The Next Economic Crisis
Repo watching is an important economic indicator. If repos don't roll over, credit freezes up. It is sort of like looking at a giant glacier, waiting for the big collapse on the edges.
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