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If It's Not Stagflation Now, It Never Was
... Did we have stagflation in the 1970s? Does everyone agree on that? Then we have stagflation now ...
June 16, 2011 - by whereaminow (< 20) - Blog Post
Whereaminow Year in Review: Top Ten of 2010
... began. That turned out to be true, both in body count and embarrassments. I also predicted stagflation ...
December 26, 2010 - by whereaminow (< 20) - Blog Post
Stagflation wins. Will the MMT crowd tap out?
... at least 9% (and probably double that.) This is textbook stagflation. David in Qatar ...
November 29, 2010 - by whereaminow (< 20) - Blog Post
PPI Rises 9.6% Annualized in January
... wanna go dollars to pesos on stagflation -vs- flopflation? LOL, I don't know check. I don ...
February 16, 2011 - by whereaminow - Comment on Blog Post
PPI Rises 9.6% Annualized in January
... Reports the Fed . That's 7 consecutive months. In the spirit of the times , maybe this is evidence of deflationary shock. I propose adding an Accurate Prediction Award for the MMT/defaltion. (P.S. I noticed a PragCap writer is finally coming around to stagflation . Better late than never I ...
February 15, 2011 - by whereaminow (< 20) - Blog Post
Fighting the cult of negativity, some realistic views on inflation
... debt (Armaggedon), in the short term, stagflation is already here. MIT's Billion Price Project reports ...
February 21, 2011 - by whereaminow - Comment on Blog Post
Fighting the cult of negativity, some realistic views on inflation
... stagflation? The economy is growing at a consensus of about 4% for 2011, is that lower than normal, low enough to be considered stagnant? The Fed is currently monetizing debt. When they refuse, then it's go time. Stagflation ...
February 21, 2011 - by whereaminow - Comment on Blog Post
The Hyperinflations Were Partially Correct --- They Simply Chose the Wrong Country
... Actually, most libertarians have predicted Stagflation, most notably me :) Same goes for the Mises Institute. Robert Murphy and David Gordon and Gary North have all written lengthy articles explaining why they think stagflation is here... or coming here soon.  I think it's already here if you go by classical CPI ...
March 10, 2010 - by whereaminow - Comment on Blog Post
Panic at the Disco!
... every Austrian School economist outside of Schiff, I predicted stagflation. I think it's rather obvious ...
June 10, 2011 - by whereaminow - Comment on Blog Post
A 3 Horse Race Becomes A Two Horse Race
... Recovery? Possibly but only if you ignore or otherwise discount unemployment. Stagflation? Very likely. Slow growth and high unemployment isn't much of a stretch from here is it? Defaltion, not so much. That is all. David in Qatar ...
October 07, 2009 - by whereaminow (< 20) - Blog Post
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