Macro trends and analysis
DEEPCASTER FORTRESS ASSETS LETTER
DEEPCASTER HIGH POTENTIAL SPECULATOR
DEEPCASTER HIGH YIELD PORTFOLIO
Wealth Preservation Wealth Enhancement
Profit Nuggets From Grand Delusions
Merk Hard Currency Fund
To print or not to print? Odds are that Fed Chairman Bernanke has been contemplating this question while drafting his upcoming Jackson Hole speech. The one good thing about policy makers worldwide is that they may be fairly predictable. As such, we present our crystal ball as to what the Fed might be up to next, and what the implications may be for the U.S. dollar and gold.
A few days ago we promised to to anaylyze Governor Romney's Fox News exclusive. Romney seems to be concerned how stopping spending, speciifically defense spending will hurt the economy; in fact, Romney embraces the idea of more of the same.
[[wysiwyg_imageupload:2419:]]By Clif Droke
There are two major considerations for the nation's economic and financial health as we enter the second half of 2011. Each can be addressed in the form of a question: 1.) Will the Federal Reserve embark on a third attempt at stimulating economic recovery through money printing; and 2.) Has the cyclical bull market that began in March 2009 peaked, and further, what will happen to the financial market once the 6-year cycle peaks in October? We'll attempt to answer both of these questions in the following commentary.
By Doug Casey
There is a great deal of uncertainty among investors about what the future of the U.S. economy may look like - so I decided to take a stab at what's likely to happen over the next 20 years. That's enough time for a child to grow up and mature, and it's long enough for major trends to develop and make themselves felt.
By Richard Mills
As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information.
"When I entered the business world, three-fourths of the world was closed - China, Russia, Vietnam, India, most of Africa... In 2010, the entire world is wide open, the developing world is growing twice as fast as the developed world and there's still arguably several billion people out there that will modernize and progress." - Caterpillar's CEO Doug Oberhelman
By Clif Droke