Baltic Dry Index…A Sinking Ship

| August 6, 2013

Reviewing the overall global trade activity, the Baltic Dry Index shows we remain in record low territory. The global economy is moving at stall speed….

Is The System Rigged Or Is It Just Magic…It’s Your Call!

| April 21, 2013

The  U.S. GDP Will Be Revised Higher By $500 Billion Following Addition Of “Intangibles” To Economy Those who have been following the US debt to GDP ratio now that the US officially does not have a debt ceiling indefinitely, may have had the occasional panic attack seeing how this country’s leverage ratio is rapidly approaching […]

U.S. Debt In Terms Of GDP (Gross Domestic Product)

| February 15, 2012

So…. for Americans to get debt levels back to the happier times of 2002-03 levels, we’ll need about a 21% debt drop from the peak and a 17% drop from right where we are now.  Back to 2000 will take longer. We’re talking  many years for this to unwind.

Government Dreamer’s

| February 13, 2012

Nobody on the planet is expecting GDP growth this high….2.7% never happens!  You heard it first here.  The smartest guys in the universe are much more conservative.  From Bridgewater: Recent better-than-expected news on the U.S. economy is unlikely to be the start of a healthy expansion. The uptick in economic growth has been fueled by […]

Q4 GDP Misses Expectations At 2.8%

| January 27, 2012

There has been an abundance of confidence in our system lately, so much so that an abnormal amount of spending has been come from savings, but history shows this often leads to disappointment. This will likely be reflected going forward in the first quarter or half of 2012….. Goldman On GDP: Warns Of Q1 Weakness The change in real private inventories added […]

GDP Numbers Don’t Always Tell The Story…

| October 28, 2011

Yesterday, the U.S. GDP for the third quarter of 2011 unexpectedly surprised to the upside at +2.5% vs +.7% in the second quarter…. You’re not alone wondering how it was possible for Q three GDP to post such a substantial improvement driven by mostly a surge in Personal Consumption expenditures?   Well, so do we!  Looks to us like it was at the […]

Recovery….What Recovery?

| July 30, 2011

So much for the recovery.  Button up and stay alert.   Maintaining what one has will go to the fiscally fittest…… John Williams of Shadow Stats confirms the severity of the on coming double dip. – GDP Growth Slows Markedly – Official Downturn Much Deeper In Revision – Latest GDP No Longer Has Recovered Pre-Recession High – 2009 Annual […]

Staving Off Bankruptcy With Drastic Measures On The One Hand….Unsustainable Debt On The Other Hand

| May 26, 2011

Drastic cuts in expenditures would put the world, not just the U.S. in the mother of all depressions!  The U.S. is in what we would call a “Pickle”, come to think of it so is Europe.  Can’t win no matter what!  So what happens then…hopefully we muddle along until the next financial crisis comes along, […]

Geithner Says Action On Economy Important Now!

| September 12, 2010

Nice to know that someone is on the job! WASHINGTON    Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said Washington can under cut an already slow economic recovery if it fails to provide quick  support to business and individuals. “If the government does nothing going forward, then the impact of policy in Washington will shift from supporting economic growth […]

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