Are We Almost There Yet?


Recently, I walked by our local Radio Shack. Strangely, my heart skipped a beat when I saw the generic clearance signs and the emptiness just beyond the glare and my reflection in the storefront glass. It was bizarre to see this fixture of my childhood almost - finally - gone.
The Cycles of the Human Capital:
As long as you keep them confused, disconnected, and anesthetized, the crime can continue unabated. A disenfranchisement that has been a necessary evil for the elite to get away with in the name of absolute power.Intervention just makes it worse.
Only a Pawn in Their Game:
If you look close enough, you can see the shadow of the matrix. You can smell the stench of boiling frogs.
Preparing for the Full Force of Reality:
It's always about preparing - especially when the writing is on the wall...
The CPI Lag in Disguise:
Here's another reader's original and inspired perspective on the short term effects of consumer price inflation and how it differs from the inflation in speculative finance. This latter type of inflation will ultimately break the system and the currency. Reader Dan pointed out: "Regardless of the fluctuations in paper currency values, (which are basically measured against the value of gold), precious metals tend to retain their value in the long run as determined by their calculated exchange rates for goods and services.
Hyperinflation in the U.S.?:
Hyperinflation is fluid process. It is a becoming. A great tsunami dislocating, destroying in that sense it is already here.
Does Your Entry Strategy Have An Edge?:
When a CTA is testing or back-testing their entry signals one of the most important aspects they look at is if the technique's they are using have a distinct "edge", for the time-frame they are trading (short-term, swing, long-term, etc). Positive price movement is when the market goes in the direction of the trade. In other words when you buy, it's good when the market keeps going up, and bad when the market moves lower.
Truth, Consequences, and Confiscations:
Commenting on these markets over the last decade, I often wonder how long they can keep it all together. The entire house of cards has stood up much longer than anyone has expected.
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