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China Downgraded

“China’s economy will not overtake the US until 2060, if ever” That was the title of an article written by Ruchir Sharma, the chair of

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Prepare For A Very Hard Landing

For decades, the US economy has been driven by rapid Credit Growth and Asset Price Inflation.  Since the Crisis of 2008, in particular, aggressive fiscal stimulus, ultra-low

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The End Of The Fed Put

For a very long time now, every time the stock market has fallen significantly, the Fed has intervened, in one way or the other, to push it back

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Wealth and Debt in 2021

It is very important to monitor and forecast Credit Growth because in the 21st Century: Credit Growth Drives Economic Growth. If Credit grows by less

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Still Standing

When the Covid pandemic began to crush the US economy in March 2020, Macro Watch published a series of videos on the subject, including one

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