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 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.
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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.
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E Did Goldman Sachs Have Anything To Do With Market Volatility?
Did Goldman Sachs facilitate the volatility we are seeing in stocks and bonds?
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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.
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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.
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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.
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An Objective Look At Bitcoin; What No One Is Giving
7 hours ago

With all due respect to you as a fellow contributor to Talkmarkets, that answer did not answer my question. It contained widely disseminated talking points. I also would like to know your association with Bitcoin. That includes with Bitcoin creators.

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An Objective Look At Bitcoin; What No One Is Giving
10 hours ago

My question, author, is this: Since most currency is backed by a tangible collateral, what collateral backs bitcoin? If you take a loan out to buy a house, your house is the collateral for the loan. Money may be fiat but it is generally backed by some collateral. Money created is backed by collateral, whether base mony or broad money. I don't see the creation of bitcoin being backed by any real collateral at all. So how can it be money?

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Yellen's Grade As Fed Chair Should Be "Incomplete"
10 hours ago

The Fed may have to expand the balance sheet further. If that is not necessarily bond demand will be on steroids.

Here Is Goldman's Chart Showing Why The US Is Headed For "Banana Republic" Status
10 hours ago

Goldman is the point company for slime. I think it is pink slime.

Here Is Goldman's Chart Showing Why The US Is Headed For "Banana Republic" Status
11 hours ago

At least Goldman makes money from being a primary dealer. How clever of them. Squid is really a name that is too nice. There is a snake like quality to Goldman Sachs.

An Objective Look At Bitcoin; What No One Is Giving
16 hours ago

I want to add that money determines value. Gold is determined by money. The price of Bitcoin is determined by money. So, money is money and Bitcoin is more like gold, or maybe fools gold.

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An Objective Look At Bitcoin; What No One Is Giving
16 hours ago

This is the first bitcoin article I have ever read. It is proof the thing is pure speculation. That is very dangerous. If you can't afford to lose, don't play this. I think I lost brain cells trying to grasp the certainty of it when the author ends on an uncertain note. Bitcoin has more heads than Scientology. Like that many headed snake, Bitcoin is certainly massive speculation. And I still have no idea what it is. I know 21 million coins can't be a currency, that much I am certain of. Forbes says in many articles that it is an asset. Assets cannot replace central banks.

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US Fiscal Policy Will Lead To A Debt Catastrophe: Goldman
16 hours ago

The alum set up the instability. And the firm warns of the instability its own alumni set up. Something is not right with that picture. Goldman must know there is a cap on rates. But they probably won't tell most of us even if they do. Goldman does not seem to worry much about its 44 trillion or so of derivatives. Somebody needs to find out why.

Goldman Warns On U.S. Fiscal Policy: ‘We Are Heading Into Uncharted Territory’
17 hours ago

Goldman alumni pushed through the irresponsible tax and spend plan. Now Goldman warns it is pushing us into uncharted waters. I hope that people will see that there is something wrong here.

An Inflation Indicator To Watch, Part 1
1 day ago

I think bank credit does increase the broad money supply while the Fed can increase the base money supply. I think there is something to your view. I just don't know how powerful regular bank lending is compared to base money creation. Somehow I don't think they are on the same level, though I can't explain it. But still an interesting article. However, on one point, it was the end of QE that was supposed to cause inflation. QE just drives up demand for bonds and causes asset inflation, not real wage based inflation.

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Gary Anderson Commented on An Objective Look at Bitcoin; What No One is Giving:

With all due respect to you as a fellow contributor to Talkmarkets, that answer did not answer my question. It contained widely disseminated talking points. I also would like to know your association with...

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Gary Anderson Commented on An Objective Look at Bitcoin; What No One is Giving:

My question, author, is this: Since most currency is backed by a tangible collateral, what collateral backs bitcoin? If you take a loan out to buy a house, your house is the collateral for the loan. Money...

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The Cult Of Tesla's Elon Musk
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Trump Administration's Strange Response To Ford Relocating To China
Trump Embraces Ford Focus production in China when it railed against them being produced in Mexico. Why is this?
It Is Getting Serious With POTUS: Deep State Versus Russia Connection
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The Curse Of Trump Is In Cutting Back On The Poor
The United States is a prosperous nation. But attacking the poor is not the way to remain prosperous. It has been tried before with disastrous results.
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The Coming Trump Coup Could Impact Stocks
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Geopolitical Risk Rises In The Americas: Mexico's Nuclear Capabilities
You must realize that Mexico decided to stop enrichment to nuclear quality after NAFTA. NAFTA was, politically, in the national interest of the United States. You are basically saying, Mexico, if you don't pay for the wall, pull out of NAFTA.

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Examples of Globalization Blog
2010 - Present (8 years 3 months)

On my blog I discuss the past housing bubble, the crash and future housing bubbles and scams. Offering easy money loans should be against the law but is not. Selling bogus AAA rated bonds should have been prosecuted but the scheme came from the bankers at Basel 2. You can't go higher than that. http://www.examplesofglobalization.com

Education

University of California, Santa Barbara
1967 / 1970
Political Science & Government

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