Join Dylan and Nima and they break down the details behind what most people have already caught themselves saying at one point or another… Mortgages are bullshit!
Mortgages Are Bullshit lesson by Dylan on Youtube: youtu.be/6dF0buznl4M
Dylan and Nima discuss MMT with Styxhexenhammer666.
How Government Budget Surpluses Can Cause Economic Depressions
Nima and Dylan discussion a diversified investment strategy called the “Permanent Portfolio”, conceptualized by former Libertarian Party presidential candidate, author, and radio host Harry Browne.
Failsafe Investing: Lifelong Financial Security in 30 Minutes (www.amazon.com/Fail-Safe-Investi…ity/dp/031226321X)
A Portfolio For All Occasions (beinglibertarian.com/growing-your-w…onomic-cycles/)
Debt: The First 5000 Years (www.amazon.com/Debt-First-5-000-…ars/dp/1612191290)
Regarding the Kalecki Equation: What Does the Market’s Response to Trump’s Election Tell Us About Investor Expectations?
Nima and Dylan discuss criticisms of MMT.
MMT: A Rebuttal To The Theory & It’s Primary Stances (https://think-liberty.com/opinion/mmt-challenged/)
Debt: The First 5,000 Years (https://www.amazon.com/Debt-First-5-000-Years/dp/1612191290)
Tragedy & Hope (https://www.infowarsstore.com/infowars-media/books/tragedy-hope.html)
While President Trump’s tax and deregulation policies have already fueled a historic stock market rally as I explained and predicted in 2016, an important figure has quietly begun declining in Q4 2017 and is now near a 17 year low.
This figure is the ratio of private debt to annual income, a hugely important indicator to assess the sustainability of the booming economy, the financial stability of households and corporations, thus their willingness to spend and invest, respectively, and with that a sense of how sustainable current GDP growth levels might be.
It hit an all time record high in Q1 2009 at 301.32%, and now hovers at 225.93%, a better level was last seen in Q1 2015 at 225.92% and before that only in Q3 of 2001 224.46%.
Large government deficits due to big tax cuts are flooding the private sector with safe assets for the private sector to hold, and thus net private sector saving is on the rise, inducing the private sector to spend and invest comfortably, generating the income reflected in this ratio.
This rally does have legs, that is until the current government’s agenda is thwarted by those who suffer from Trump Derangement Syndrome and seek to sabotage it out of rank hatred for their country and its working people.