State of Capital: Vol. 3

Recap With a warm welcome back to volatility, it is obvious that much has changed since the last edition. The market is swinging and twisting and back from its 14-month hibernation. We blinked once or twice as the 10% correction that everyone and their brother was anxious about registered with Standard and Poor’s. Jerome Powell …

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How Globalization Creates Deflation and Why Central Bankers Care

Deflation is an interesting animal. From a Central Banker's point of view, it is to be avoided at all costs. The average consumer may think of this, on the surface, as a positive. Digging deeper, the average consumer has a debt balance, and that balance is climbing as of late. Despite record low interest rates, …

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