Daily Archives: July 30, 2013

Danielle on the Financial Survival Network

Danielle was a guest today on the Financial Survival Network with Kerry Lutz discussing recent trends in the world economy and markets. You can listen to an audio clip of the segment here.

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Japan heading back to recession despite all the Abenomics hype?

Even before Japan can stage a convincing growth rebound, fears are already building over a sharp slowdown in the world’s third largest economy. Economic indicators published on Tuesday including weaker-than-expected industrial production and household spending for June, highlighted the fragility … Continue reading

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More debt growth is the wrong kind of growth

BOE beware: recent UK growth is the wrong type of growth. Here is a direct link to worthwhile discussion.

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Pension battles: the can kicks back

The problem of underfunded pensions will continue to be a battle ground between bondholders and pension beneficiaries for the next decade. Too little has been contributed and too many benefits have been promised to be paid. But if bondholders are … Continue reading

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Terry Burnham on the crazy things people believe at market tops

Terry Burnham wrote the excellent book, “Mean Markets and Lizard Brains” in 2008 where he pointed out the behavioral biases that make most people perfectly inclined for repeated financial demise when investing. In this clip he advances a bold call … Continue reading

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