It is at times frustrating, but also interesting, to witness the progression of the mainstream's awareness of economic crisis within the U.S. over the years. As an alternative economist, I have had the "privilege" of perching outside the financ
The velocity of money is picking up. What does it mean? Velocity of money is defined as (prices * transactions) / (money supply). Economists substitute GDP for (prices * transactions). This tweet caught my eye today.
In his latest podcast, Peter Schiff said we are basically enjoying the calm before the storm right now.
Investors Increasingly believe the Fed may hike four or more times in 2018. The inflation scare is picking up steam.
The intention of this article will be to describe how the prices went wild, and what you could expect in a hyperinflation scenario. Perhaps softer, or perhaps worse, that is not possible to know for an amateur like me, not being an economist. But som
Opinion is nearly unanimous. Inflation is coming and it won't be short-lived.
Opinion is nearly unanimous. Inflation is coming and it won't be short-lived. Inflation proponents are coming out of the woodwork. Here are some examples: DiMartino: Inflation Is Building And The Fed Will React. "Former Fed insider Danielle DiMar
While President Donald Trump celebrates gains in the economy as job numbers rise, a prominent banking executive is warning investors that the Federal Reserve may have to take "drastic action" to combat massive inflation that is to come.
"Every time you get late-cycle going into the front-end of a recession, you have a massive rally in commodities."
If the creation of new money affected everyone evenly, there would be no point in government granting monopoly privileges to a central bank. It's precisely because some benefit at the expense of others, that monetary inflation is so intoxicating.
Inflation-adjusted--or 'real'--rates remain low, lending support to booming prices for stocks, property and other assets. But some worry that could vanish sooner than markets realize
Ron Paul on The Federal Reserve and Rate Hikes
Wall Street economists are telling investors to brace for the biggest tightening of monetary policy in more than a decade.
The idea that authorities can massage their pumping to keep asset bubbles inflated at a permanently high plateau is currently being tested.
The oldest trick in the monetary book is cheating the people by debasing the coin or currency. It goes back at least as far as the Eighth Century B.C. when the Jewish prophet Isaiah chastised the Israelites for doing it. "Thy silver has become dros
Do you ever get the sense that your favorite steak at that Quick Service Restaurant of your choice keeps getting thinner and thinner all while your check size at the end of the night continues getting larger and larger. Well, it is. How else are pu
23 SHARES Twitter Facebook Reddit Fed Chair Janet Yellen's prepared remarks confirm her previous stance that they will keep normalizing their policy stance (no matter what), bringing forward the timeline for unwinding the balance sheet, and
With all the talk of central bank hawkishness in the last week, one might assume there was some inflation to point to. It is quite the opposite. It is one thing to talk about inflation being below the Fed's target of 2%, it is an entirely different
Just like Bill Gross' monthly note earlier, Albert Edwards' latest piece is an exercise in stream of consciousness in two parts. In the first one, Edwards focuses on his, and our, favorite topic - bashing the "hubris" of central bankers, which he bel
The Federal Reserve's preferred measure of inflation hit its 2% target for the first time in nearly five years, according to Department of Commerce data.
Globally inflation is on the rise.
Inflation in the eurozone has jumped by more than expected to 1.8 percent in January from 1.1 percent in the previous month, the statistics authority Eurostat said. The inflation pickup came on the back of a sharp rise in energy prices.