John Mauldin

May 14, 2018
People often ask what I do on my travels and what it’s like to sit in dinners with serious market thinkers.

Apr 23, 2018
There are literally scores of smaller deductions that you were previously able to itemize that will not be available in 2018, or 2019 at the latest.

Apr 16, 2018
Five days after the Bush inauguration, then-Fed chair Alan Greenspan testified before the Senate Budget Committee. Congress was considering how to spend a rapidly accumulating budget surplus.

Apr 9, 2018
Boomers mostly began their economic lives in the 1980s, just in time for the greatest bull market in history. This generational experience shows up in the distribution of wealth that we have today.

Mar 23, 2018
Any tax increases sufficient to cut the deficit will throw the country into back-to-back recessions again, and we could easily be looking at $40 trillion in national debt by the mid to late 2020s.

Mar 21, 2018
No one actually knows when a recession will start. People have opinions based on past performance and personal experience. The problem is that past performance is worthless in today’s world.

Mar 8, 2018
Manipulating interest rates in the broader market would be far more difficult and would lead to interest rates that are more reflective of what is going on in the marketplace. Just saying…

Mar 2, 2018
Unfortunately, our policymakers often rely on data created by outdated models that are based on past performance. Worse, that data is often some kind of third derivative model, with all sorts of assumptions that are quite a bit of ways removed from the actual data.

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