Originally published by The Street on August 3, 2017 Read the original article.

In the bottom half of the front page of deflation.com, you can read our summaries of leading deflationists. One of those is Albert Edwards. He’s sometimes mentioned in the financial press, and here are two recent examples, starting with thestreet.com (Sept. 4, 2017): The Federal Reserve has been talking about shrinking its huge balance sheet, […]

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Originally published by Marketwatch on September 5 Read the original article.

A year ago, Elliott Wave International’s September 2016 Financial Forecast remarked: Central banks’ zero-to-negative interest rate policies make sovereign debt one of the most overvalued assets in the history of investments. Central banks have viewed historically low rates as a means to spur inflation. The author of a Sept. 5 Marketwatch article titled “The world […]

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Originally published by Associated Press on August 28, 2017 Read the original article.

Chapter 22 in the 2002 book Conquer the Crash is titled “Should You Rely on Government to Protect You?” Here’s an excerpt: Don’t expect government services to remain at their current levels. The ocean of money required to run the union- bloated, administration-stultified public school systems will be unavailable in a depression. School districts will […]

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Deflation involves a contraction in money and credit. And, EWI’s European Financial Forecast has been warning that a developing deflationary trend across the Continent will only grow worse. For example, the March European Financial Forecast stated: Early indications of stress confirm that a massive contraction in outstanding debt still looms. Now, Dr. Frank Boll writes […]

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Signs of a global deflationary trend can be found where you might not think to look. For example, EWI’s August Financial Forecast reviews Chinese soccer. However, the publication starts with mentions of Ireland, South America and Saudi Arabia: In various parts of the world, the trend toward economic deterioration and falling consumer prices is already […]

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Originally published by Bloomberg on July 17, 2017 Read the original article.

In a discussion about the U.S. subprime auto loan market, EWI’s February 2017 Elliott Wave Financial Forecast said: The auto industry’s reliance on easier and easier money is clear from a TransUnion tally of subprime car loans. As of September 2016, total subprime loans were $172 billion, or 16% of the $1.1 trillion car loan […]

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