Fiat Money Inflation 1790 and Do The Math

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 Can it really be possible to simply print money out of thin air and use it to pay off the world’s debt without there being any consequence?  –Chicago Slim

Let’s Learn What History Can Teach Us………..

BOOKS:

Speculative Bubbles (John Law) bubbles

Fiat Money Inflation in France by Andrew Dickson White inflationinfrance

What Has the Government Done to Our Money by Murray Rothbard: whathasgovernmentdone

How Can We Apply Those Lessons to Our Current Situation?

Here’s Grant Williams presentation to CFA’s via youtube: Do the Math

 James Grant Interview on Central Banks and Gold: http://www.kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/Broadcast/Entries/2013/5/25_James_Grant.html

 

Jim Rogers: ‘Nobody gets out of this situation until there’s a crisis’

http://www.goldmoney.com/gold-research/newsdesk/jim-rogers-interview.html

The Gold Market Today: Acting Man May 31 2013_Gold Market

HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND

PS: A reader donated several books:

Franchise_Value_-_A_Modern_Approach_to_Security_Analysis (Difficult but excellent)

Other books are in Epub format. I am struggling to download and save them so when I do that, I will upload to this blog. 

 

4 responses to “Fiat Money Inflation 1790 and Do The Math

  1. User feedback: More company and industry analysis please.
    Eg. Deconstruct Buffett or recent buys by others.
    In his book, Jim Rogers used to make students do historical research about conditions/factors that led to moves up or down in the commodity markets.
    Anyone game for something similar? Just for fun and potentially profitable?

    Keep up the good work John. Thank you.

  2. Thanks for the feedback. Your points are well taken. The Macro is less fun than security analysis. Unfortunately, our markets are flooded with manipulated interest rates and “liquidity”. It seems like all macro all the time. Without the $trillions in stimulus, I doubt the market would be where it is today. Japan’s Bond market is toast (sub-prime all over again). It is the first crack. I see profit margins that need to revert by 40% to normalize. Imagine that with a P/E contraction?

    So, other than precious metals shares and perhaps shipping, I don’t find many cheap areas of the market. Do folks want to analyze some mining stocks?

    Maybe a study on why Buffett is selling his consumer stocks?

    Or better yet, what ideas do readers have?

    Thanks for the feedback.

  3. hi i have just discovered this great blog

    i am a spanish value investor and very impress with all of the content that you have uploaded, especially with the greenblatt classes

    can you upload more greenblatt classes??

    btw if you need some some advice in the spanish/latin america enviroment for your picks , don’t hesitate to contact me

    thanks a lot 😉

    • Thanks for the compliment. All the videos on Greenblatt are up on this blog. If I come across more, I will post immediately.

      I hope you also obtain his book, You Can Be a Stock Market Genius. Then study his cases.

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