Financial Changes Can Happen with Lightning Speed

History books call the period after the War of 1812 "The Era of Good Feelings." America was a young nation that had a sense of purpose. National political strife was at a minimum; optimism was in the air. Major advances in technology and … [Read more...]

How to Preserve Your Capital in a Depression

In this article Doug Casey presents the case that we are in the early stages of an inflationary depression, commodities are soaring and next will be retail prices. In an inflationary depression financial assets aren't worth the paper they are printed … [Read more...]

An Investment Lesson from Deflation Scares

On November 6, 2002, The Wall Street Journal, in a front-page article entitled “Inside the FED, Deflation draws a closer look”, stated that the FED was discussing the possibility of deflation at a country inn in Woodstock, VT. It said “central bank … [Read more...]

The MIP Accurate Even Under Stress

Why the Deviation? This historical chart has been posted in response to a question posed by a regular viewer. He asked why our projection deviated so drastically from from the actual CPI as shown by the red line on this chart. As you can see the … [Read more...]