Gary Shilling



Jul 31, 2020
There is no shortage of investors shrugging off the latest leg lower in U.S. Treasury bond yields, saying heavy central bank involvement in this part of the financial market make such moves less of a signal that the economy or that equities are headed for trouble.


Jul 14, 2020
The Social Security Trust Fund has done quite well in recent years, due to the postwar babies' surge into the labor force in the last decades of the 20th century while retirees from the low-birth rate Great Depression years were drawing relatively few benefits.


Apr 30, 2020
Don't be fooled by the recent rebound in stocks; the investment scene is beginning to resemble the 1929 market crash and the early 1930s Great Depression.


Apr 17, 2020
Many citizens will no doubt find handouts more attractive than gainful employment.


Mar 20, 2020
Once the coronavirusis is defeated, the new normal will be marked by much slower growth, the risk of deflation and a distrust of equities.


Jan 6, 2020
Nothing seems to curb rising expenses, so maybe it’s time to use the appeal of money.


Dec 31, 2019
The U.S. economy has experienced its slowest recovery from a recession in the post-World War II era, and the longer it lasts the more evidence there is that normal cyclical patterns are missing.


Nov 19, 2019
Interest rates are not only low but, adjusted for inflation, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note is zero.

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