John Mauldin

Apr 6, 2020
I don't think anyone believes we will go to back to anything like January 2020 normalcy anytime soon. We have no idea, even if restaurants and everything open, what shopping patterns will look like.Are we learning to live on less in our isolation?

Apr 5, 2020
I will bet you a dollar to 40 doughnuts that we will see at least another $1 trillion emergency spending bill to be spent in the third quarter.

Apr 2, 2020
I believe we must start planning for the next, potentially far worse, virus and be better prepared that we were for this one.

Mar 27, 2020
It should be pretty obvious that we need to rethink how our supply chains are constructed. The U.S. is running out of something as simple as mouth-testing swabs. It seems the entire world supply is made by two companies.

Mar 26, 2020
In the aftermath of the coronavirus, we face the strong possibility of a deflationary depression. We cannot allow that to happen.

Mar 24, 2020
When this is all over, we can think about how we ensure better policy in the future.

Mar 20, 2020
Without radical action, this pandemic could cost many lives and potentially launch an economic depression.

Mar 18, 2020
My personal plan for my own portfolio is to wait until the number of US COVID-19 cases begins to peak and then I will get back into the market.

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