Student Loans Replacing Mortgages As The Credit Cycle Peaks

Courtesy of a link on Jesse’s blog, I’d like to link you to a blog post on Scientific American, of all places, that puts the Great Financial Crisis in a mathematical and human perspective.  While I would have chosen a title that reflects that ultimately the collapse came from greed more than an equation, here [...]

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More Deflation Pressures Seen

On June 28 last year, I wrote a post titled Important Battle at Four Dollar Copper.  Shortly thereafter, copper surged half a buck but then dropped by one-third to $3.  With global money-printing picking up  and hopes that only a minor European recession and mild Chinese growth slowdown would let the party resume, copper rebounded- [...]

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