The origin of complexity
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When debt overwhelms a shrinking working population – the ever widening chasm of an economy serving a barely growing “We the People” versus an economy twisted/tortured to serve the needs of an infinitely “growing” financial system serving “the Few”. Econimica: https://econimica.blogspot.com/2021/11/next-economic-financial-crisis-begins.html The fuel for economic growth, particularly in a nation running gargantuan trade and budgetContinue reading “The 2022 Crunch”
ZeroHedge Summary: https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/scared-nu-world-heres-what-we-know-about-new-covid-strain Summarizing of our post from last night (which we urge everyone to read) for those who are just now waking up to the global chaos resulting from the B.1.1.529 variant, which today got the Greek letter designation Omicron, skipping the widely expected letter Nu (and certainly the one following it, Xi), here is what we know, courtesyContinue reading “Nu Thing”
Chris Hamilton of Econimica: https://econimica.blogspot.com/2021/11/housing-employment-inflation-and-2022.html Housing, Employment, Inflation, and 2022 Some times saying less can say more. Given that, I’m going to offer four variables relating to housing and hopefully let them and their relationships do the talking. 1- US median home price versus total US employees. 1970 through 2021 (YE est.). Since 2019: —HomeContinue reading “Less is More”
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