Blog

Merkel & Schulz Under Tremendous Pressure in Germany

The politics in Germany remain in turmoil. The CDU leader Angela Merkel is being attacked from within her own party. The dissatisfaction concerning Merkel has [...]

Read More

Conflict between Fiscal & Monetary Policy

We are moving into a crisis of monumental proportions. There has been a serious fundamental problem infecting economic policy on a global scale. This conflict has [...]

Read More

Market Talk- February 12, 2018

It’s always a difficult trading environment when one large market is closed (Japan Monday), but following last weeks volatility we have seen a quiet [...]

Read More

The 2018 Share Market Report

The 2018 Share Market Report is now available. This deals with the prospect that 2018 is the major turning point from a normal cyclical perspective. This special [...]

Read More

2018 Share Market Report

The 2018 Share Market Report is now available. See what our models have forecast for the Dow Jones Industrial Index, S&P 500, and the [...]

Read More

China’s One Belt and One Road

QUESTION: What is your view of China’s One Belt and One Road policy? ANSWER: The Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road, also known [...]

Read More

The Supreme Court Could Destroy the Economy in One Decision

In a 1992 case, the Supreme Court refused to require that mail-order retailers collect sales taxes from buyers in other states. For a quarter-century, that has [...]

Read More

Counter Party Risk – The Truth

Counter-Party Risk   Last week (2nd of February, 2018) ESMA (European Securities and Markets Authority) published the results of its second EU wide stress test [...]

Read More

Private Blog – Dow for the Week of 2/11/2018

Private Blog – Dow for the Week of [...]

Read More

The First Step is Admitting a Mistake

QUESTION:  Marty, Friends and Princeton Economics Staff, I’ve certainly had a Hate and Love relationship with you over the past few years.! I’ve [...]

Read More