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My Turn to Turn or Turn In

Posted February 7, 2021 By David Haggith

Two years ago when I was weary of writing about the economy for nothing, I said I would only continue to write on this subject if I could achieve, at least, $500 in monthly support. (Prior to that I never asked for support and gave away my thoughts for years to anyone who would listen.) […]

By A. Burnham Shute (Moby-Dick edition - C. H. Simonds Co) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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Elon Musk Portrait Painting Collage by Danor Shtruzman (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)

The faint heartbeat of this week’s jobs report did not keep the stock market from trying to scramble back up to its record heights. The surging and plunging and scrambling for cash and closing of gates at Robinhood did not stop the rise either. Robinhood became a broken arrow Let’s just say market mania rose […]

EPILOGUE: A Night to Remember at a Palace Beside the Sea

Posted January 19, 2021 By David Haggith

At a peachy-pink palace that remained from a bygone era beside the sea in a land of decaying swamps, the king of Deep State gathered with the richest of his rich subjects to celebrate his former accomplishments and greatness. As with all kingdoms, only the old-money crowd gathered in the palace to dine with the […]

Nothing to See Here, Folks. I Mean, Literally, NOTHING.

Posted January 16, 2021 By David Haggith
By 95 b-body ss [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], from Wikimedia Commons

Every couple of months, I bring us up to date on how the economy has changed, and the last couple of month have taken us predictably back into economic decline, following a summer burst of subnormal passableness that never got us out of the crater we fell into last spring.

MAGAnificent! The Economic Truth or Terror is Known at Last

Posted January 15, 2021 By David Haggith
By John Phelan (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

What does MAGAnificent America look like now that it’s here? Does America really feel greater after the last four years? Be honest now. Be really honest. From where I stand, America has never looked worse in any year of my life! That’s a statement packed with facts.

Barreling Toward Epocalypse: Grading My 2020 Predictions

Posted January 13, 2021 By David Haggith
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After each year closes, I typically grade myself on the predictions I made for that year. My last set of predictions were written near the end of June, during our reopening from the COVID lockdowns, for the second half: “2020 Economic Predictions: This Series of Unfortunate Events Guarantees the Epocalypse.” I led off with this […]

The Great Reset: Leaning into 2021 Money Storm

Posted December 31, 2020 By David Haggith
By Gabriel S. Delgado C. from Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela (Avaricia III: It's raining money Uploaded by Fæ) [CC BY 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

The big talk among economists and central banksters and some politicians in 2020 has shifted toward how the Coronacrisis will (or “must”) result in a global financial/social reset. I’ve said for years we can anticipate central bank digital currencies (even before that term existed) to happen in conjunction with a global financial reset. Now we […]

Protected: The Big Changes in Central Banking are Already Here!

Posted December 31, 2020 By David Haggith
Federal Reserve balance sheet reduction not happening yet even as the Fed applauds its own success

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Plane made of burning dollar bills symbolizes price inflation and the Fed moving to digital currency

In my last Patron Post, which I eventually made available to everyone, I revealed a little-known (at the time) fact that M1 money supply (the most liquid forms of cash — bills, checks and basic savings accounts) had grown faster than any time in history. I showed that using a graph like the following, which […]

Notice: I’ve made the last Patron Post now available to all.

Posted December 19, 2020 By David Haggith

Just wanted to highlight that so people don’t forget to check it out now that password protection has been removed from the article. I’ve made it available because the news it contains about the latest major moves within the Federal Reserve System are tectonic — some serious, surprise, so-far-unexplained movement in cash money. See: “It’s […]

A Christmas Stocking Stuffer

Posted December 15, 2020 By David Haggith

This month’s Patron Post lays out what course of action the Fed is likely to take this week, how and why any Fed action must team up with the federal government, and what the outcome is likely to be for the stock market and the economy. I’ve now unlocked that Patron Post for everyone because […]

The following article comes with a surprising revelation — possibly an alarming revelation — at the end. Something big is happening at the Fed — the largest movement of “cash” in history. I don’t know what to make of it, because the Fed has been completely silent about it, and the mainstream financial press has […]

By Germán Torreblanca (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

We are now seeing the most euphoric stock stock market in history — a market as precariously perched as the one I laid out last January. “Market Euphoria Surpasses Dot Com Levels” says one headline. There is another way of putting it: extreme euphoria. Zero Hedge