Get the Facts Deflation is widely discussed but not widely understood. To take you through the basics of what deflation is and is not, ElliottWaveTV sat down with Murray Gunn, lead writer of deflation.com, as he explains the key concepts about deflation and what you need to watch out for. Click here to enter your […]

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Why those who anticipate inflation may want to re-consider Many observers anticipate higher inflation. Yet, the evidence suggests something else entirely. Learn why the financial system in 2018 may be in an even more precarious state than it was before the 2007-2009 financial crisis. Click here to enter your email address to get your email […]

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The tires of the U.S. auto industry have been pumped up with credit. They may be about to deflate. Inflation is an increase in the amount of money and credit in an economy. Deflation is a decrease in the amount of money and credit in an economy. The cycle of inflation and deflation, especially with […]

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Inflation talk is back in fashion. The gossips may be late to the party. Firstly, let’s clear this up. Rising prices of goods and services is not “inflation.” Yes, I know that everyone thinks it is. But they are all wrong (gosh, there’s a bold statement!). I may be accused of being pedantic, but the […]

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Signs to look for in the housing market After a brief brush with deflation in 2008, the market conversation is increasingly inflationary. ElliottWaveTV asked co-editor of our monthly Elliott Wave Financial Forecast for his take on where things are headed — with one market in focus in particular: real estate. Click here to enter your […]

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There are more signs of a developing credit crunch in the United Kingdom. The Bank of England has reported that credit availability for households has collapsed in its Credit Conditions Survey for the first quarter of 2018. This accelerates a downtrend seen since 2016. The chart below shows the index that the Bank of England […]

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