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John Mauldin

John's company, Mauldin Economics, publishes a growing number of investing resources, including both free and paid publications aimed at helping investors do better in today's challenging economy. You can find complete information about all Mauldin Economics publications here. In addition to publishing, John is cosponsor and host of the Strategic Investment Conference—an annual event for accredited investors that draws a faculty of some of the most respected investment and economic luminaries in the world. He is also a sought-after contributor to financial publications including The Financial Times and The Daily Reckoning, as well as a regular guest on CNBC, Yahoo Tech Ticker, and Bloomberg TV. John is the president of Millennium Wave Advisors, an investment advisory firm registered with multiple states. He is also a registered representative of Millennium Wave Securities, a FINRA-registered broker-dealer. Previously, he was chief executive officer of the American Bureau of Economic Research. Mauldin is one of the founders of Adopting Children Together, the largest adoption support group in Texas. He is currently on the board of directors of the International Reconciliation Coalition and has served on the executive committee of the Republican Party of Texas. John currently lives in Dallas and is the proud father of seven children, five of whom are adopted.

Homepage: http://www.mauldineconomics.com/go/bwzrJ/NIT

The 10th Man: Interstellar

Unless you were trapped under something heavy, you probably heard the news that a team of scientists detected gravitational waves emanating from two black holes colliding a billion light-years away. This is a really big deal, one of the biggest discoveries in theoretical physics. A gravitational wave is actually a ripple in the fabric of […]

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Tech Digest: Avatars vs. Zombies: Calculating the Apocalypse Away

A colleague sent me the link for a Washington Post article titled, “Risk of dementia is declining, but scientists don’t know why.” It is inspired by another article published in the New England Journal of Medicine, “Is Dementia in Decline? Historical Trends and Future Trajectories.” Dear Reader, A colleague sent me the link for a […]

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The “Strong” Jobs Numbers Are a Big Lie

Washington is pretty proud of the employment numbers it has been pumping out. The Labor Department recently reported that the US unemployment rate dropped to 4.9% in January. That’s an eight-year low going back to the 2008–2009 Financial Crisis. The actual number of new jobs was a little on the light side, at 151,000 versus […]

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Friedman: The 2016 Election Isn’t All That Important for Investors

As an outsider to the investment community, I am constantly struck by its obsession with politics… and particularly with the role of the president. Attention and money flow to candidates in the belief that there is a unique importance to the president in shaping the republic’s future. I find that interesting because, in my view, […]

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Connecting the Dots: Don’t Fall for the Government Fake-Out

Washington, DC is pretty proud of the employment numbers it has been pumping out. Most recently, the Labor Department reported that the US unemployment rate dropped to 4.9% in January. That’s an eight-year low going back to the 2008–2009 Financial Crisis. The actual number of new jobs was a little on the light side, at […]

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Outside the Box: How to Dress for a Rainy Day

  Valuations are quite high and could spur financial instability, Janet Yellen told us yesterday. The question on the lips of the attendees at my recent Strategic Investment Conference was how to hedge their portfolios in a world of increasing volatility. For the last two years, my associate Worth Wray and I have been examining […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: The Third and Final Transformation of Monetary Policy

  The law of unintended consequences is becoming ever more prominent in the economic sphere, as the world becomes exponentially more complex with every passing year. Just as a network grows in complexity and value as the number of connections in that network grows, the global economy becomes more complex, interesting, and hard to manage […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: The Third and Final Transformation of Monetary Policy

  The law of unintended consequences is becoming ever more prominent in the economic sphere, as the world becomes exponentially more complex with every passing year. Just as a network grows in complexity and value as the number of connections in that network grows, the global economy becomes more complex, interesting, and hard to manage […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Half a Bubble Off Dead Center

  I can sense a growing unease as I talk with investors and other friends, from professional market watchers and traders to casual observers. What in the Wide World of Sports is going on? It is not just that markets are behaving in an unusual and volatile manner (see chart below showing multiple double-digit moves […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Half a Bubble Off Dead Center

  I can sense a growing unease as I talk with investors and other friends, from professional market watchers and traders to casual observers. What in the Wide World of Sports is going on? It is not just that markets are behaving in an unusual and volatile manner (see chart below showing multiple double-digit moves […]

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