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What Could Pop The Everything Bubble?

Many observers wonder what, if anything, could pop the everything bubble. This leads to an interesting question: what problems can’t be solved by creating another trillion and buying assets?

"If You Want To Get Rich...Climb Into A Time Machine"

While the financial media focuses on billionaires and hedge fund managers playing for billions, much of the wealth and income of the nation is firmly in the hands of families that own proprietorships and rental properties...

The Downright Sinister Rearrangement Of Riches

"The discrepancy between low cost consumable goods and living, transportation, medical, and education costs illustrate the true effects of the government’s incessant pilfering of the wage earner, student debtor, and fixed income retiree."

Lies And Distractions Surrounding The Diminishing Petrodollar

"As far as oil and petro-status are concerned, the mainstream media is perfectly willing to report on the smaller stories, but refuse to acknowledge the bigger story... completely unwilling to account for the effects that will result or the deeper meaning behind these events..."

Where To Invest When (Almost) Everything's In A Bubble

"The ashes of wealth consumed by the 2008-09 Global Financial Meltdown are still warm, at least to those who never recovered, and so buying assets at nosebleed valuations in the hopes of earning another 5% aren't very compelling to anyone pursuing common-sense risk management..."

Ray Dalio Warns Of "Significant" Bond Market Risk

Casting his vote in the ongoing debate of which is a bigger bubble, bonds or stocks, Bridgewater's billionaire founder Ray Dalio, who has continued his whirlwind of media appearances in recent years, said that he sees a "significant amount of risk in the bond market."