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The War Between Credit and Resources

Dear Readers: I’m currently writing a long-form post twice a month now for Chris Martenson’s excellent website, Peak Prosperity.com. Accordingly, I’ll be publishing the first (and free) part of these essays here at เกมยิงปลาสุดมันส์ www.dongythoxuanduong.com. Enjoy. — Gregor The Federal Reserve is probably not ready to take the aggressive plunge into Nominal GDP Targeting, but it […]

Paris Over Amherst: Food, Energy, and Credit

The latest issue of เกมยิงปลาสุดมันส์ www.dongythoxuanduong.com Monthly, Food, Energy, The Spatial Dimension, and Credit uses the present macroeconomic juncture to pose questions about the coming fate of our Labor, Agriculture, and Credit Systems. Obviously, issues surrounding commodities are much in the news of late. Food,?and food inflation, are also starting to bear down again but in […]

The Federal Reserve Enters Decline

The Federal Reserve is an artifact of the Abundance Economics that have governed Western economies over the past 250 years. For nearly 250 years exactly we have climbed the ladder of ever increasing energy density, and ever increasing energy supply. That era has now come to an end. You can see that view, the end […]

UK Update: Credit and Oil

Word comes today that the UK Offshore Oil and Exploration sector is at risk of collapse. Dow Jones Newswires has the coverage. Investment and exploration in the U.K. North Sea oil and gas basin could collapse this year because of high costs and a funding drought, said the head of the country’s oil and gas […]

Parabolic Roubini

As someone who has worried for years about the US financial system, I made a special point in 2008 to watch the rise of Nouriel Roubini. I’ve read his RGE Monitor for some time. Just as I’ve read other fine writers who’ve tracked the debt bubble, like Doug Noland, and Russ Winter. When Nouriel was […]

Jaws: Credit Crisis Eats Energy Company CEO

It was revealed this week the CEOs of XTO Energy and Coca-Cola Enterprises likely had some of their company shares called away from them, via forced sales. But the most spectacular margin-call of the week occurred for Aubrey McClendon. A press release Friday night from his company, Chesapeake Energy, announced that Mr. McClendon had? “involuntarily […]

A Brief Word on Global Sentiment

I believe the world is now more frightened about the future, than at any time in my adult life. This weekend I spent several hours reviewing 30 years of magazine covers. Even during the terrible 1972-1974 period–a time of inflation, war, and a vicious bear market, there was some humor mixed in with the dark […]

Rainwater Returns

Fortune magazine is reporting today that Richard Rainwater, who exited his energy equities this Spring, has returned to the market. Those who follow Rainwater on the energy issue will know he has fully signed on, to the Peak Oil thesis. Like many, he spent 1000’s of hours earlier this decade, to educate himself on oil […]

Oil in a Time of Disbelief

The English word Credit derives from the Latin verb credere: to believe or to trust. At a time when trust in the global financial system is under pressure, analysis of oil becomes all the more difficult. Oil, like so many other assets right now, is little more than flotsam on an angry sea of credit, […]