Posts tagged with: Alasdair Macleod

Given the current fiat money system is on a path towards its own destruction it is not surprising that there has been increasing talk of a monetary reset. Without a completely different approach and by retaining the same institutions and macroeconomic concepts, any...
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Since the turn of the millennium there have been two global bank credit crises: the first was the deflation of the dot-com bubble in 2001–2, and the second the 2008–9 financial crisis that wiped out Lehman Brothers. It was clear...
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When an economy turns from expansion to contraction there is an order of events. The first signs are an unexpected increase in inventories of unsold goods, both accompanied with and followed by business surveys indicating a general softening in demand. For...
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Recently, something unusual happened: instead of the more normal reverse repurchase agreements, the Fed escalated its repurchase agreements (repos). For the avoidance of doubt, a reverse repo by the Fed involves the Fed borrowing money from commercial banks, secured by...
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Far from stimulation, this is daylight robbery perpetrated on everyone’s liquidity and cash deposits. It is a tax on…...
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One’s own bookcase provides the perfect illustration of time preference, which is the greater value of possession over non possession. There will be books bought on a whim which just clutter a bookshelf and have no value. Next time there’s...
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Growing evidence of a severe global recession is sure to provoke more aggressive monetary policies from central banks. They had hoped to have the leeway to cut interest rates significantly after normalising them. That hasn’t happened. Consequently, as the recession...
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On the heels of gold’s breakout from a six-year trading channel, many sound money advocates have been wondering why silver remains in the doldrums. What we’re not being told is that a new analysis of the COMEX Commitment of Traders...
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Share the knowledge with those that need to hear it. This is why Rethinking the Dollar is of importance to all. Making it simple and plain for everyone to understand. Ulysses S. Grant (1914) $50 Dollar Federal Reserve Note: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_fifty-dollar_bill...
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