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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.

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Outside the Box: Hoisington Quarterly Review and Outlook: First Quarter 2015

  I think it was almost two years ago that I was in Cyprus. Cyprus had just come through its crisis and was still in shell shock. I was there to get a feel for what it was like, and a number of my readers had courteously arranged for me to meet with all sorts […]

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Outside the Box: Germany’s Trade Surplus Is a Problem

  In Code Red I wrote a great deal about trade imbalances among the various European countries, which were at the heart of the European sovereign debt problem. As the peripheral countries have tried to rebalance their trade deficits with Northern Europe and especially with Germany, they have seen their relative wages fall and deflation […]

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Outside the Box: Germany’s Trade Surplus Is a Problem

  In Code Red I wrote a great deal about trade imbalances among the various European countries, which were at the heart of the European sovereign debt problem. As the peripheral countries have tried to rebalance their trade deficits with Northern Europe and especially with Germany, they have seen their relative wages fall and deflation […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Economists in Glass Houses

  For many economists, the chicken and egg question is, which came first, consumption or production? What drives growth? Let’s continue with our series on debt, in which I have been contrasting my views with those of Paul Krugman. Our differences aside, what Paul and I readily agree on is that the solution to our […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Economists in Glass Houses

  For many economists, the chicken and egg question is, which came first, consumption or production? What drives growth? Let’s continue with our series on debt, in which I have been contrasting my views with those of Paul Krugman. Our differences aside, what Paul and I readily agree on is that the solution to our […]

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Outside the Box: Central Banks, Credit Expansion, and the Importance of Being Impatient

  We live in a time of unprecedented financial repression. As I have continued writing about this, I have become increasingly angry about the fact that central banks almost everywhere have decided to address the economic woes of the world by driving down the returns on the savings of those who can least afford it […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Living in a Free-Lunch World

  “Everyone is a prisoner of his own experiences. No one can eliminate prejudices – just recognize them.” – Edward R. Murrow, US broadcast journalist & newscaster (1908 – 1965), television broadcast, December 31, 1955 “High debt levels, whether in the public or private sector, have historically placed a drag on growth and raised the […]

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Outside the Box: US Dollar: American Phoenix

   “Just a little patience, yeah…” – Guns N’ Roses Lastweek the FOMC essentially removed forward guidance and placed all options back on the table, and at the end of the day they’ve opened the door for further tightening. As Yellen recently explained in advance, the removal of the word patience from the Fed’s guidance […]

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Outside the Box: The Kingdom of Denmark

  In Thoughts from the Frontline, I am in the middle of writing a series on debt. I realized on Sunday that the second installment wasn’t ready for prime time, so I will work on it some more and send it out (hopefully) this coming weekend. In the meantime, in keeping with the theme of […]

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Outside the Box: Shovelin’ Schmitt Against the Tide

  There is an obsession in the marketplace over the date when the Fed will once again begin to raise rates. As if another 25 basis points is going to change the economics on tens of trillions of dollars of investments. But as we reflect on the issue more deeply, it becomes obvious that a […]

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