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- The Vulnerability of Private Wealth to Government Financial Stress
QEs, Currency Wars, the Trillion Dollar Platinum Coin and the Route to “Modern” Inflation
A government faced with financing its deficits in quantities some multiple of private saving must resort to monetary schemes in order to keep its promises to spend. Monetary schemes are essentially costless ways to pay the government’s bills today while … Continue reading →
About the Spellman ReportLew Spellman is a Professor of Finance at the University of Texas McCombs School of Business. The Spellman Report seeks to interpret current and future trends in the economy and financial markets from the perspective of history, theory, policy and market expectations.
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A government faced with financing its deficits in quantities some multiple of private saving must resort to monetary schemes in order to keep its promises to spend. Monetary schemes are essentially costless ways to pay the government’s bills today while … Continue reading
The economic, financial and public policy issues associated with debt overload and bank runs is discussed by Dave Rosenberg, John Mauldin and Rich Yamarone. Professor Lew Spellman of the McCombs School of Business moderates. If you enjoy this blog, … Continue reading
The extent and implication of the U. S. debt overload. Neither monetary nor fiscal policy can solve the debt problem nor the profound side effects of excess debt. Download .pdf Welling at Weeden Interview
Interview with Dr. Lacy Hunt on the pervasive effects of accumulated debt on the economy and financial market pricing.
The Debt Deflation Problem
“Deflation, Don’t let it happen here”
How QE2 Financed the world
US Capital Flight and Depreciation
Commodity, Inflation, Inflation Expectations and Investments Continue reading
The Cost Of Government Action In The Economic Meltdown Capital Regulation Negative Growth and Deflation Gifts From Abroad Or The Federal Reserve The Market Reigns In Governments The Expensive Way to Bail Out Conclusion – Who Pays the Bill