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Reflexive Inversion...A new theory in Alstrynomics

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March 24, 2009 – Comments (11)

Alstrynomics created its foundational theory of Concentric Contraction about three years ago predicting the crash of the entire world's economy to a center point.  Part of concentric contraction is a Stronger US dollar, Deflation, and a road to a much stronger delveraged economic system leading to a foundation for much greater worldwide prosperity in the future.

That is why Alstry in the end is very positive....but we will have to go through painful change in the process to getting to nirvana where just about everything and everyone goes bankrupt.....including you and me....no matter how much money we think we have right now.......

An adjunct theory to Concentric Contraction is Reflexive Inversion.....where in the past practically Everyone and Everything borrowed money to fund spending......now the opposite is taking place.....practically Everyone and Everything is taking all available money to pay down debt.  There is very little money left to pay for much of anything else.....

We are seeing it everywhere as Everyone and Everything is cutting back on spending and using more and more of the available funds to pay down debt.  The problem is that debt far exceeds savings so the process will inevitably end up in bankruptcy for most....and likely almost all even if you don't have debt.....

why the latter you ask the oracle of Alstrynomics???????

because if the government doesn't have money....government must come to you and take all you have just to make ends meet.....just like if you are the only one in your condo association that is solvent.....the association must come to you to make up for everyone's payments or the entire association goes bankrupt.

Right now, the effects of Reflexive Inversion are being seen everywhere as more and more money is going to pay down debt and less and less being spent into other areas of the economy.  It is sorta like people in an airtight room and the oxygen is being depleted slowly......first the weak fall and then people start dropping like flies.  We are about to see the droppings all around us.....trust me on this one.....I am counseling individuals and businesses everyday on how to prepare.....and not fear.

If you were on the plane about to hit the Hudson....would you panic?????  Maybe...but that would be the wrong response....simply prepare......and if you have time.... drink a bloody or two and prepare for impact.

My fellow CAPS passengers.....are you prepared????????????????????

Remember....CAPS is the only outlet for Alstrynomics.........now the question is how valuble it will be in preparing for what is coming...........if in fact anything is valuble at all.....

11 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On March 24, 2009 at 12:42 PM, dudemonkey (37.88) wrote:

I'm not sure I agree that long-term deflation is in store for us.  I don't see any way of repaying the US public debt without printing more money.  It's happening already.

Short-term, yes, deflation is possible if not likely.  But only until the rest of the world figures out that the dollars and the US debt they are holding are not going to be worth all that much.

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#2) On March 24, 2009 at 12:53 PM, KeepYourCoolFool (99.09) wrote:

I completely agree, although I believe it will happen longer down the road than you do.

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#3) On March 24, 2009 at 1:12 PM, 100ozRound (29.42) wrote:

Do you think Concentric Contraction can exist in an inflationary environment or are the two mutually exclusive.

Better stated: can the nominal value of the dollar expand while the real value contracts?

 

Please explain

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#4) On March 24, 2009 at 1:32 PM, alstry (36.32) wrote:

Actually.....hyperinflation accellerates concentric contraction over deflation...but instead of rewarding savers.....hyperinflation bankrupts all as costs rise much faster than incomes and profits

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#5) On March 24, 2009 at 1:48 PM, gonelong (38.39) wrote:

How would you suggest the average Joe go aboug preparing?  Say someone with less than 30K saved for anything?

How about someone with say 100K in retirement savings and home equity?

How about someone with 500K or so?

Too late? 

-gonelong

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#6) On March 24, 2009 at 1:52 PM, shs1dagon (< 20) wrote:

I think so.

 

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#7) On March 24, 2009 at 2:02 PM, alstry (36.32) wrote:

Right now my bias for the defensive investor is US currency....if you are an American living in America.

If the US dollar fails......not much else matters from our perspective...if having a little silver or gold makes you feel better.....please don't let me stop the good feelings.

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#8) On March 24, 2009 at 3:10 PM, 119862913 wrote:

Alstry, I agree and disagree. I'm not sure how you see a ~~?STRONGER?~~ US dollar in the future? I haven't been following your posts for all that long. Can you explain beyond it's the world's reserve psychosis, err umm paper, repeat 3 times before bed each night (like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz) "the world's reserve currency...the world's reserve currency...the world's reserve currency." That’s not a bad idea for a doctoral dissertation: The United States, Oz or Kansas? One of the definitions of an Os (medical) is defined as “A mouth or an opening.” We certainly do have fair share of that around here. The rest of the world is wondering whether our industrial base can deliver on the promises that our mighty dollar makes. Like the mighty wizard of Oz said at the end of the film, he can’t give you anything that you don’t already have.I have, as you suggested, started to eliminate debt. Just cancelled 2 credit cards yesterday!!! Whoo hooo!!!

 

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#9) On March 24, 2009 at 3:18 PM, alstry (36.32) wrote:

ImOutta....

you just made the dollar stronger.....thanks

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#10) On March 24, 2009 at 3:30 PM, 119862913 wrote:

Alstry, I am always glad to be of service when it comes to making the dollar stronger :-). The longer it stays up the longer I have to invest my salary in foreign stocks!

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#11) On March 24, 2009 at 9:36 PM, Varchild2008 (84.50) wrote:

Gasoline Prices in Michigan have struck $2.10 a gallon.

(Hyperinflation begins?)

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