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Economic ‘Doom Loops’ Get Harder to Avoid in 2020s

The world’s advanced economies are trying to keep their balance on an unstable platform of high consumption, asset prices and household debt as we enter the 2020s. Any significant shock or increase in volatility could trigger “doom loops” that compromise the economic and financial systems.  — Read on finance.yahoo.com/news/economic-doom-loops-harder-avoid-000035999.html

The Average US Farm Is $1.3 Million In Debt, And Now The Worst Farming Crisis In Modern History Is Upon Us | Zero Hedge

We haven’t seen anything like this since the Great Depression of the 1930s. — Read on www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-08-13/average-us-farm-13-million-debt-and-now-worst-farming-crisis-modern-history-upon-us

Regime Change For the Fed — Honest Rates

James Grant was one of three recipients of the 2019 Bradley Prize. Roger Kimball and Judge Janice Rogers Brown were likewise honored. At the May 7 award ceremonies at Washington, the famed editor of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer had this to say: * — Read on www.nysun.com/national/regime-change-for-the-fed-and-honest-rates/90694/

Ray Dalio Sees Parallels to 1930s in Today’s Markets

Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater, the world’s largest hedge fund, believes current economic conditions are similar enough to those in the 1930’s to warrant significant portfolio reallocations, including holding at least five to ten percent in gold. — Read on finance.yahoo.com/news/ray-dalio-sees-parallels-1930s-170410932.html