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The Buzz Lightyears of Borrowing

Who says bipartisanship is dead? America’s two major political parties proved yet again that they always agree on one thing: the need for more spending. Sure, one side says it wants to put an end to runaway military spending and the other says it wants to put an end to runaway social spending, but then […]

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The Participant 8/12/15: China’s Devaluation

THE PARTICIPANT by Jason Kelly Wednesday, August 12, 2015 ___________________________________ A CURRENCY SIGNAL FROM CHINA China’s currency devaluation is being presented as a critically important story, even more important than if and when the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates. Yet, the yuan was devalued by only 2%. Those most concerned about this say deflation […]

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Financial Almanac

This is the Financial Almanac for Thursday, February 10, 2011. 5-Minute Podcast Episode Receive this and future episodes in iTunes or another player with this feed URL: In iTunes, go to the “Advanced” menu, select “Subscribe to Podcast” and paste the feed URL into the dialog box. To hear just this one episode, click here. […]

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Sovereign Debt Risk Not News to Kelly Letter Subscribers

We’ve been watching this storm brew for many months, as I’ll share below. I’m currently preparing a look at where the market is now, what opportunities lie in the sell-off, and other such pertinent considerations as the global financial absurdity continues. If you’d like to join us to receive my next note on Sunday morning, […]

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Sovereign Crisis

We’ve been watching the sovereign debt risk for many months, so the Greek tragedy is not entirely shocking. What anybody who’s doubted has to admit, though, is that the time to have prepared for trouble was a lot more recent than last year or even the beginning of this year. The correction didn’t happen nearly […]

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