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The Dollar May Be Down, But It's Far From Out
The most recent data from the International Monetary Fund on the composition of global foreign-exchange reserves paints a dour picture of the dollar. After a brief respite in the wake of the global financial crisis, the greenback's share of reserves is ...

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Gary Shilling, Famed Bubble Detector, Urges Caution on Stocks
Investors buying stocks merely because the market keeps going up clearly calls for a big “Caution” sign. So caution is exactly what famed economist Gary Shilling urges, as he tells ThinkAdvisor in an interview. The former physicist, who has built a ...


Markets Confront Death by a Thousand Cuts
Stocks have been on a wild ride, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropping 10.4 percent from its peak on Jan. 26 to the Feb. 8 trough, before recovering about half those losses through Thursday. Usually, big declines foreshadow Federal ...

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Gary Shilling on US Tax Cuts - Bloomberg

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Gary Shilling on US Tax Cuts
Daybreak Asia. December 11th, 2017, 5:25 PM PST. Gary Shilling, president of A. Gary Shilling & Co., discusses U.S. tax reform and the Treasury Department report that states the tax cuts will pay for themselves. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.


Trump Deserves Some Credit for the Rally in Stocks
Reducing government regulation is tough. It's resisted by all those who benefit, including government employees who administer the many programs. Every president since Jimmy Carter has attempted to lower the cost of regulation. At best, any cuts have ...

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Bonds Will Withstand the US Borrowing Binge
The financial crisis 10 years ago exposed excessive borrowing by U.S. homeowners and the financial sector, which led to a massive deleveraging effort. Now, debt is back on the rise, this time led by government. The total debt of all U.S. sectors is 3.5 ...

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Gary Shilling: Here's how I'd fix the Fed
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Financial analyst Gary Shilling says the Fed has to get out of the forecasting business. Transparency is a thing since the financial crisis but transparency does not suit them. Following is a transcript of the video. Gary Shilling: First thing I would ...


Rising Commodity Prices Hide Longer-Term Challenges
As major economies continue to expand moderately, it's not surprising that commodity use is increasing and many prices are rising. The Bloomberg Commodity Index is up 20 percent since early 2016. Crude oil prices have more than doubled since bottoming ...

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Markets Risk Overvaluing Earnings Repatriation
Investors are salivating over what the $2.6 trillion stashed overseas by U.S. companies will do for the economy when much of it is returned home once the code is overhauled and repatriated earnings are taxed at a low 14 percent to 14.5 percent rate. In ...

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Gary Shilling: Here's what America would look like if I were king
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Financial analyst Gary Shilling feels the US spends too much time on consumption and too little time on investing in our future. In this video, he shares what he would do to fix the economy. Following is a transcript of the video. Gary Shilling: What I ...

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