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Why is Real Estate Cycle Not Working

QUESTION: I am one of your biggest fans and I love your articles and have learnt so much from them. I have been reading your articles on real estate. The peak was [...]

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Real Estate Values DOUBLE in New Jersey!

The great disconnection between reality and the dream world in which government lives in has made the front page of the Philadelphia  Inquirer for Monday, January [...]

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The Crisis in Cyprus

Cyprus is the 5th of 17 Eurozone countries to ask for a bailout. The entire structure of the Eurozone was a disaster. It is common knowledge that the commission [...]

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Real Estate – Answering Your Questions

Real Estate is a difficult market to forecast because it is so localized. The primary trend that emerges which we observed through a couple of decades of monitoring [...]

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Hyperinflation v Inflation

Well naturally I get critical responses that the way everything has to collapse is only through HYPERINFLATION. I would love to see just one empire that has ever [...]

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Why Hyperinflation is Nonsense

    Societies are destroyed by EITHER hyperinflation or deflation. It is merely a question of how you get there. Unfortunately, the nonsense about [...]

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The Real Threat of War – 2014

    The Cycles of War 2014 Yes the Cycles of War are due to turn up in 2014. But this will most likely begin with the rise of internal separatism and [...]

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Berlin – European Share Market Outlook for 2013 Now Available

This special report surprised many for included was the: The Rise of Separatism & the shift from public to private investment strategy European Share Market [...]

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Computer Modeling – Not Quite Ready for Prime Time

Probably the two top questions I always get are: (1) how could I construct a computer model that has been so consistent for decades when others fail? (2) What [...]

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European Outlook for 2013

Europe could decline into 2017. At the very least, we should see Europe come in with the lowest economic growth in the world. See: The Fate of Europe [...]

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