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Debt Deflation on the Rise | | New Economic PerspectivesNew …

Why aren't economists talking about these effects of debt deflation , which are becoming the distinguishing phenomenon of our time? They advocate giving more money to the banks, hoping that somehow everything will be … [...]

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INET and my Minsky model | Steve Keen's Debtwatch

The Sydney Morning Herald ran a story and video on my simulation model Minsky today: It's time to put money into the equation, says professor This [...]

Deflation – Gold and Silver Price Pullback

UPDATE: 9/23/11, 7:25 EST – A couple of posts this afternoon on ZeroHedge helps to (partially) explain the pullback in gold (and silver) prices. Seems the CME has jacked the margin requirements by 21% for gold and 16% for silver. Rumor has it that news of the impending margin hikes leaked. [...]

Fisher and Minsky on debt deflation « Financial Stability News

The 1933 Econometrica article by Fisher on debt deflation is a classic. If you haven't read it already, read it now. But you might then also read Hyman Minsky's take on the same story (from 1982). [...]

Answering the Gold Scam and the Great Hyperinflation Hoax

Answering the Defenders of Peter Schiff, Austrain Economics and great hyperinflation hoax Bernard Baruch — his paramount role in 20th century American woes. This is the J eff R ense broadcast of Feb 21 2007 Jeff interviews Dick Eastman on the power of Bernard Baruch over Woodrow Wilson, Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and Eisenhower , discussing his hand in both world wars and the great depression, the New Deal economy and the Cold War. An understanding of B aruch ‘ s power and influence in the 20th Century is to know the influence of Jewish money power in every [...]

DEFLATION – No Simple Answers to an Epic Mess – Part 3

The Big List of Truisms: 1. Worldwide debt is at historic levels. The Problem: Can outstanding debts be repaid, or are massive defaults forthcoming? 2. [...]

Austrian economics explains nothing solves nothing just sells gold during deflation

Fisher’s Debt-Deflation Theory of Great Economic Depressions “two loop” analysis and social credit solution elaborated in detail Austrian economics explains nothing and solves nothing. It just sells gold to economic illiterates during spiraling deflation and lobby’s creditor windfalls against the public interest. Social Credit in Australia Part Two of this video: Did the gold standard promoters tell you that there will still be fractional reserve loans by banks — only instead of reserves and credit availability set by the exchange of currency and securities traded between the big banks and the central bank, we will have credit currency and gold traded between all banks and biggest bankers UNLESS you want 100% gold backing, in which case biggest bankers will still control money supply by withholding gold from circulation. The price of gold will be so high — and biggest banker gold wealth expanded with it — that you will need a tweezers to lift your micro-coin monthly hard money pay out of your pay envelope. M argit K ennedy Why Do We Need Monetary [...]

Goodfriend Says Fed Can’t Let Downturn Become Deflation

Sept. 14 (Bloomberg) — Marvin Goodfriend, a professor of economics at Carnegie Mellon University, discusses Federal Reserve policy and the outlook for inflation. Goodfriend speaks with Tom Keene on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance Midday.” Jeffrey Sachs, a professor at Columbia University, also speaks. (Source: [...]

DEFLATION – No Simple Answers to an Epic Mess – Part 2

F**k you, buddy – Adam Curtis – The Trap 01 As you view this video, think about how important psychological perspective is when analyzing a problem. What biases do you bring to the table when you think about our current economic mess? Debt: The First 5000 Years Great discussion – well worth a watch for everyone, especially gold and silver bugs: David Graeber talks about the history of debt and its impact in the world over thousands of years. During this event from Melville House Bookstore in Brooklyn, New York, Professor Graeber talked with Left Business Observer editor Doug Henwood, author of Wall Street and After the New Economy. [...]