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Le Deluge

Given the events since, it is ironic that in 2000 the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) had projected that the US would pay off its entire debt by 2010. read the full newsletter

From Greece to America

The crisis in Greece is not so much about Greece, which is irrelevant in the greater scheme of things (at 2% of the EU economy). It is about the German, French and British banks and the consequences if Greece defaults, followed by Ireland, Italy, Portugal and Spain (the infamous PIIGS). read the full newsletter

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Insight of the Day

John Hussman, Ph.D. Economics Stanford, Jan 6, 2014: "Given the unfortunate resolution of similarly extreme overvalued, overbought, overbullish, rising-yield periods in history, it's almost mind-boggling that investors actually expect the present speculative run to end well. The accelerating pitch and shallowing corrections of the recent advance are worth noting."

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Warren Buffett, Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway:  

Fiscally, we are in uncharted territory. Because of this gigantic deficit, our country’s ‘net debt’ is mushrooming… no one can know the precise level of net debt to GDP at which the United States will lose its reputation for financial integrity.”