Shiller PE ratio. With little effort, we can beat the 2000 record level. Note that the "once-in-a-lifetime" March 2020 opportunity came at 28 PE ratio (only 2 points below the
by mark000 www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2021/03/04/business/financial-markets/bonds-stock-japanese-economy-global-economy-u-s-treasuries/ [March 4] Japanese funds sold a record $34 billion of foreign bonds in the two weeks ended Feb. 26 as the nation’s fiscal year-end [on 31] March approaches —
by Suspicious_Tension82 Nice example of a contrarian research note from David Rosenberg here. Excerpt: The economy did collapse back then, but the government did not blow its brains out on fiscal largesse.
DB Forecasts Slowing Job Growth – into 2020 little job growth, correlates with Credit Suisse report on softening job growth and labor differential (jobs plentiful vs hard to get) @NorthmanTrader
by Jon Rappoport First, in 2015, there was SB277, a bill that was passed into law by the CA state legislature and signed by California Governor Jerry Brown—fascists all. Under the
via kqed.org: Last year, while state lawmakers were considering a landmark bill to open up previously confidential police misconduct records to the public, the city of Fremont quietly destroyed a large
by Ryan McMaken via Mises Wire An old friend of mine, who taught political science for 25 years at the University of Colorado, was known to tell his students that the real reason they were
NBC News notes in a recent article that the faces of millions of people are being used without their consent to program facial recognition software that could one day be