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2502, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – February 25, 2014

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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 democratized, the subsequent Iraqi oil deals […]

1208, 2013

Blue Point Trading Market View – August 12, 2013

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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 we can see a major divergence […]

1005, 2013

Blue Point Trading Market View – May 10, 2013

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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 prohibited by the U.S. Constitution, a 1983 United States […]

3011, 2012

Blue Point Trading Market View – November 30, 2012

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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 government […]

2903, 2012

Bluepoint daily market view – March 29, 2012

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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 on credit cards, car loans, mortgages and […]

212, 2011

Bluepoint daily market view – December 02, 2011

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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, total debt-to-GDP only ever breached 200% when […]