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Charles Hugh Smith

Politics Is Dead, Here’s What Killed It

Here’s “politics” in America now: come with mega-millions or don’t even bother to show up. Representational democracy–a.k.a. politics as a solution to social and economic problems–has passed away. It did not die a natural death. Politics developed a cancer very early in life (circa the

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Charles Hugh Smith

Should You Move While You Can, Or When You Must?

This gives an extreme advantage to those few who move first, long before they must. The financial advantage for first movers is equally extreme. Moving is a difficult decision, so we hesitate. But when the window to do so closes, it’s too late. We always

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Tiffany WildingTony CrescenziAndrew Balls

Cyclical Outlook Key Takeaways: Investing in a Fast‑Moving Cycle

Over the past year, much of the global economy transitioned quickly from an early cycle recovery to a mid-cycle expansion, and uncertainty has become an ongoing theme in markets, economies, and communities. In our January 2022 Cyclical Outlook, “Investing in a Fast-Moving Cycle,” we discuss key

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MC

A Major Update on Markets

It’s been six months since I last posted on this blog, and it’s time to put thoughts on paper again. For new readers, at the top of this older report you’ll find the standard disclaimer & brief background of my views over the last few

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macromon

NorCal Women Rising [To Power]

Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), who is set to preside over the impeachment trial of former President Trump, was taken to the hospital Tuesday, his office said in a statement.  Leahy, 80, “was not feeling well” in his Capitol office and examined by the attending physician, said David Carle,

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