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Debt

Blue Point Trading Market View – February 25, 2014

How much did Iraq and Afgan war cost America? When President George Bush originally first presented the Iraq war idea, he told Congress that it would cost $1.7 billion. In fact once Iraq was…

Blue Point Trading Market View – August 12, 2013

China slowing 2013? Usually when looking at a growing economy, one can track loan growth (a measure of economic activity) and compare it to its GDP output. Looking at the thumbnail chart, for China…

Blue Point Trading Market View – May 10, 2013

Victorian England Charles Dickens debtors prisons come to America. Thousands of poor Ohioans face the prospect of incarceration, even though imprisoning someone for a debt that person can not pay is…

Blue Point Trading Market View – November 30, 2012

US debt parabolic – what does this foretell? First lets understand the terms and what we are talking about. As of 2009 the total US debt was around 369% of GDP. This is derived from taking all US…

Bluepoint daily market view – March 29, 2012

Household debt signals more rough times? The Great Recession is officially over (or is it?), but for a huge number of Americans, serious debt lives on. U.S. households owe a combined $11.5 trillion…

Bluepoint daily market view – December 02, 2011

Debt super cycle? Kyle Bass (perma bear) lays out his case that a wave of hard defaults is coming.  His basic argument: The world is just saddled with too much debt. Throughout history, he says,…

Bluepoint daily market view – August 30, 2011

Banks not lending. As you can see from the thumbnail chart, since the economic crisis started in 2008, bank lending has dropped off significantly to nearly $2 trillion from its norma…

Bluepoint daily market view – August 25, 2011

Are we in the End Game? John Mauldin and Jonathan Tepper, are the authors of a recent book making the rounds recently called the Endgame. As they see it; The End of the Debt Supercycle and How It…

Bluepoint daily market view – August 08, 2011

Down grade dilemma. S&P now rates the United States at AA+. The rating agency didn’t beat around the bush when describing why it made the cuts:

The political brinksmanship of recent months…

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