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Stagflation: This Time It Is Different

Franklin @ November 18, 2007 # 4 Comments

I just uttered two of the worst things any economist would ever want to see. And they are together, for good measure.

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Dow Jones Finds A Convoluted Way to Do Nothing

Franklin @ November 15, 2007 # One Comment

Last Friday I wrote that the Dow Jones at 13,099 should see a rest. I pointed out that some statistical barriers had been broken, and that the fall should stop around there. I was wrong by 0.6%, but not much more. And then, on Tuesday, we had this huge run rally of some 300 points. […]

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From the American Dream to the American Nightmare

Franklin @ November 1, 2007 # No Comment Yet

From the American Dream to the American Nightmare How Government policy and public complacency are transforming America from an Owners society into a Renters society I should write a book about the subject, but I am lazy and busy. So I am going to write a review about the non-existing book “From the American Dream […]

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Banks Drive to Grab Land

Franklin @ October 8, 2007 # 2 Comments

When writing articles about foreclosure, the mantra seems to be “the banks want your money“, they are willing to negotiate and help you keep your home. The pesky reality, however, is pointing in another direction. According to a recent AP article, US July Foreclosures Rates were Up 93% from a year ago. So, if the […]

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No nation could preserve its freedom in the midst of continual warfare

Franklin @ September 24, 2007 # One Comment

Of all the enemies to public liberty war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded, because it comprises and develops the germ of every other. War is the parent of armies; from these proceed debts and taxes; and armies, and debts, and taxes are the known instruments for bringing the many under the domination of […]

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How to survive hyperinflation

Franklin @ September 21, 2007 # 8 Comments

Avoid, to the extent it is possible, selling goods at a fixed price to be paid in the future Remember that if you work for somebody you are selling your work at a price set in the past and you will be paid in the future, so, during hyperinflation, you will be robbed daily Do […]

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African-American and Latinos Hardest Hit by Foreclosure Crisis

Franklin @ September 5, 2007 # No Comment Yet

A new Acorn study found that African-Americans and Latinos are the groups hardest hit by foreclosures due to their exposure to high cost home purchase loans. During the past few weeks, politicians and the media have been covering the issue of the foreclosure crisis and in general tended to blame “unscrupulous lenders” or borrowers who […]

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Bankruptcy Up 66%

Franklin @ August 19, 2007 # No Comment Yet

The 2005 bankruptcy law was supposed to make it more difficult and costly for people to file bankruptcy. It didn’t help, did it? read more | digg story Tags: bank, debt, Economy, United States

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