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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

Outside the Box: Default?

  David Kotok, Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of Cumberland Advisors (and our host at “Camp Kotok” for the annual “Shadow Fed” fishing expedition), leads off today’s Outside the Box by meticulously dissecting the roadkill that is our federal government’s process for deciding whether they will continue to pay their bills and federal employees’ wages. […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: The Road to a New Medical Order

  There is no doubt that the single most contentious topic I can bring up in a small group discussion or speech is the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. You can feel the tension rise, as everyone has an opinion they want to express – most of them based essentially on preconceived philosophical […]

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Outside the Box: Tapers Capers

  Michael Lewitt has long been one of my favorite thinkers and writers on matters economic. He’s incisive, thorough, and, well, pithy. No holds barred. Today’s Outside the Box features an extended excerpt from the October issue of Michael’s The Credit Strategist, which he has kindly allowed me to pass on to you. Michael leads […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Renminbi: Soon to Be a Reserve Currency?

  I get the question all the time: when will the Chinese renminbi (RMB) replace the US dollar as the major world reserve currency? The assumption behind such questions is almost always that the coming crisis in US entitlement programs will force the Fed to monetize even more debt, thereby killing the dollar. Or some […]

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Outside the Box: Uttin’ on the Itz

  Last Thursday, prior to the FOMC announcement, I was having an early lunch with Kyle Bass so he could get back to the office in time for the announcement. As we were finishing up, I was invited to come sit with another group of friends and traders who also happened to be in the […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Rich City, Poor City

  “The future is already here,” intoned William Gibson, one of my favorite cyberpunk science fiction authors, “it’s just not very evenly distributed.” Paraphrasing Gibson, the pension crisis is already here; it’s just not very evenly distributed. For the past two weeks we’ve been exploring the problems of state pension funds. This week we will […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Rich City, Poor City

  “The future is already here,” intoned William Gibson, one of my favorite cyberpunk science fiction authors, “it’s just not very evenly distributed.” Paraphrasing Gibson, the pension crisis is already here; it’s just not very evenly distributed. For the past two weeks we’ve been exploring the problems of state pension funds. This week we will […]

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