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Gary Shilling: 9 Reasons Why Consumers Aren't Spending Their Cash
Consumer confidence and retail sales have not moved in tandem of late. Since the U.S. economic expansion started in mid-2009, a gauge of confidence has risen sharply from a low of 25.3 in December 2008 to 120 in April, and has accelerated recently.


Fed's Guidance Has Made Markets More Volatile
After the financial meltdown of 2008, the lack of transparency within the financial system became clear. Since then, huge efforts have been made by Washington and critics to restore trust. The Federal Reserve is not immune to the transparency bug.

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Celebrating 30 years of 'sweet preaching' in the Episcopal Church
Episcopal News Service
[Episcopal News Service – Richmond, Virginia] A. Gary Shilling likes to joke that he began the Episcopal Preaching Foundation after he realized he was reading the back pages of the Book of Common Prayer or even balancing his checkbook during a sermon ...


Markets Moved Too Soon on the Trump Trade: Shilling
Bloomberg's Gary Shilling explains why the Trump trade hit markets a couple of years before it should have as investors got swept up in over-enthusiasm for President Donald Trump's policies. He speaks with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg ...

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The Timetable For An Exploding US Debt Bomb
Seeking Alpha
US national debt currently stands at $19.9 trillion and, at the rate it's going, is set to surpass $20 trillion in 2017. Gary Shilling, publisher of the must-read Insight newsletter, said this is not a problem until we either see "a tremendous amount ...


Gary Shilling Says US Lacks Labor Force Incentive
Gary Shilling, president at A. Gary Shilling & Co. and Bloomberg View columnist, examines the shortfalls he sees in the U.S. economy with a focus on the labor force. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg) ...

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Is The 35-Year Bull Market In Bonds Dead? Why The 'Godfather Of Bonds' Gary Shilling Says No
Seeking Alpha
In 1981, economist Gary Shilling correctly predicted that the bond market was on the precipice of a "rally of a lifetime". The 30-year Treasury bond yield was 15.2%. Today, it's 3%. His long bond has outperformed the S&P 500 by 5.5 times. The bull ...

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Gary Shilling: It's a Surplus World
A. Gary Shilling President and founder Gary Shilling discusses deflation on "Single Best Chart." He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg). Related. Is the Perfect Sports Car a Porsche, Jaguar or Mercedes? Most Recent Videos. What to ...

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Investors Should Buckle Up for Rapid Growth
Most forecasters believe the Trump administration's forecasts of 3 percent to 3.5 percent annual real gross domestic product growth in the next decade are far too rosy. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office foresees 1.9 percent per year between ...

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Gary Shilling: Fed Will Fall Short of Rate Targets
A. Gary Shilling President and founder Gary Shilling comments on Federal Reserve monetary policy and U.S. fiscal stimulus during an interview with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Betty Liu on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg) ...

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