Conservatives Hate These Two Charts

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The idea about having too much debt could be flawed because a high debt balance isn’t always a bad thing.
 

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The Euro Deal is Done

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One thing that seems to be missing is the timetable for Greek default. It would be good to know exactly when the Euro-banks have to book… Read more

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When Greece Runs Out of Money

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It’s becoming increasingly likely that Greece will default on its current debt obligations. Germany just doesn’t seem to have the will to… Read more

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Is There a Bogey-Man Out There?

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In 2008, we knew that the mortgage-backed securities depleted the cash reserves at banks to the point that they were insolvent. In… Read more

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Can Government Spend Smarter?

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We got a decent reversal off the lows yesterday. But it wasn’t enough to get investors bullish for today.

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Is a Recession Coming?

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Financial markets like money. When the Fed was pumping cash in to the system via QE2, stocks moved relentlessly higher.
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Austerity and the Economy

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The debt deal in Congress is as good as passed. And yet stocks sold off hard yesterday. And today isn’t shaping up to be much … Read more

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Who’s Regulating the Regulators?

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I’ve spent most of this week railing about Congress’ inability to realistically deal with 2011… Read more

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