Author Archives: Danielle Park

Central banks are architects of global stagnation and insolvency

For the past 20 years, the world has careened from one greater and greater insolvency shock to another. Each time, central banks have been summoned to the ‘rescue’ deploying increasingly more aggressive monetary magic. But after 9 years at near … Continue reading

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Drone video of solar and powerpacks fueling Kauai

The silent power of these installations is truly awesome to behold. Very exciting time to be alive. There are other larger Powerpack projects, like the 80 MWh Powerpack station with Southern California Edison, but the fact that this one helps the whole … Continue reading

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Danielle on The Financial Survival Network

Danielle was a guest with Kerry Lutz on The Financial Survival Network, talking about recent developments in the world economy and markets.  Here is a direct video link.

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The cost of pushing assets up

Important points covered in this segment.  “Fed up” author, and former Dallas Fed insider, Danielle Dimartino Booth explains the harm done by central bank policies that have incented mal-investment for individuals and corporations, leaving households and the economy weakened and … Continue reading

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Well earned trouble ‘Down Under’

Australia is a beautiful country full of great people now entering the payback period for a decade of financially suicidal decisions. Et tu, Canada? See Avocado Toast looks a better bet than Australian housing: Some are waking up to the … Continue reading

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Oil breaking bad (some more)

West Texas Crude is down another 2% so far this morning, back to levels seen last in November 2016.  The song remains the same:  slow global demand and gushing supply all over the planet.  Data on Friday showed a record … Continue reading

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