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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 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.
E Kashkari Reveals Dark Secret Fed Plan For Wages
The dark secret of the Fed which reveals the inner working of the Fed, and its motives, can be seen through the charts. Also, a study made by Matthew Yglesias and a comment on disposable income reveal a disturbing result of Fed policy.
E Tim Duy's Fascinating Take On The State Of The Economy
Tim Duy proves the tepid nature of the current recovery. How will that recovery continue based upon observing his instructional charts?
E Amazon's Jeff Bezos Doesn't Understand Female Shoppers
While it may seem like a bold statement, that Amazon's CEO Jeff Bezos does not understand women shoppers, the truth is, in some areas he doesn't.
E Trump And The Big Renewable Energy Effort
The Paris Accord seeks to reduce global temperatures by a paltry 1.8 degrees. We have to look more into the concept of permanent job creation and loss.
E Trade Deficits, Trump Tirades, Paris Accords
Trump's economic nationalism and worry over trade deficits could hurt America, but the Paris Accords threaten many jobs worldwide.
E Fiat Money, Helicopter Drops, Zuckerberg And The Big Myth
How do we weigh the debate about money, whether it is fiat or something else? This question has been at the forefront of economic debate since President Richard M. Nixon took US currency off of the gold standard.
E Helicopter Money, Not Bond Destruction, Must Replace Debt Forgiveness
Bonds could not be retired until and unless a substitute could be found for them in the financial markets. That is just reality.
E Fed VP Williamson Destroys Inflation Hawks
Fed VP Stephen Williamson skewers the inflation hawks. He mentions holding bonds for reasons other than yield and provides us with still more insights about the workings of the economy, speaking to CPI and PEC measurements.
E Fed Choice: Destroy Stocks Or Destroy Housing
If we are to believe reports regarding stocks and the housing market, the Fed could be in a box. It could destroy stocks, or destroy the housing market depending on which way interest rates go.
E Where Does Japan's Economy Stand?
Is the Japanese economy sustainable? So far, monetary policy has proven successful, with help wanted signs out everywhere. What can monetary policy do to continue the boom?
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