John Mauldin

Dec 4, 2018
Dealing with too much debt, even debt of the “merely” promised kind, always involves some kind of pain to someone, and more likely to everyone, leaving nobody happy.

Nov 30, 2018
I recently read Ray Dalios’s new book Principles for Navigating Big Debt Crises. It’s fascinating, and I recommend it to everyone. The book helped me refine my understanding of debt crises.

Nov 16, 2018
Investment advisers say we are "investing for the long run" and diversify among low-fee funds in various asset classes and indexes.

Nov 15, 2018
All good things come to an end, even economic growth cycles. The present one is getting long in the tooth. While it doesn’t have to end now, it will eventually end. And signs suggest we are coming to that point.

Nov 14, 2018
Which is more likely: a double-digit ten-year Treasury yield or a worldwide debt liquidation? Neither will be fun. But I’ll bet that we see one or the other at some point in the 2020s.

Nov 12, 2018
I am trying to imagine a scenario where this ends in something less than chaos and crisis. The best I can conceive is a decade-long (and possibly more) stagnation while the debt gets liquidated.

Nov 9, 2018
The U.S. economy looks fine just ahead, but problems lurk over the horizon. Bad things could happen soon.

Nov 7, 2018
Looking at the economy today, there is no true reason for a long-term bear market. The economy is in relatively good shape. And I don’t see a reason for a recession to begin anytime soon, absent some trigger event from Italy/Europe or China, or some Black Swan.

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