Okay, if anyone is thinking that 2009 is a turn-around year, when things are going to get better, be prepared for a huge disappointment.
This article very articulately explains why things will continue to get worse, and much worse at that, going forward. The only place where he
might   be off is oil, which is beginning to look like it has bottomed out and is ready to ride the eventual tide of accelerating inflation from
the bailouts/debasement of our currency. A terrific read with solid facts to back it up.

     Remember, to make wise, prudent decisions, you have to work in the context of reality - and this presents reality for at least the next two    years, maybe longer. For example, most everything will decrease in value by a substantial amount in the coming 24 - 36 months - housing
(look for another 25 - 40% decline), cars, any big ticket item. Food, on the other hand, is likely to keep rising. Reality is saying, you/we better find a way to make a living and to live that is different from what we are doing today, because tomorrow will no longer be like today. So think different, and remember: The prudent see danger and take refuge; the foolish keep going and suffer for it. Proverbs 27:12

Happy New Year




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A History of Financial Crises


Charles P. Kindleberger


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Fiat Money Inflation in France

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