GMO April

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Category: Commodities, Think Tank

Please use the comments to demonstrate your own ignorance, unfamiliarity with empirical data and lack of respect for scientific knowledge. Be sure to create straw men and argue against things I have neither said nor implied. If you could repeat previously discredited memes or steer the conversation into irrelevant, off topic discussions, it would be appreciated. Lastly, kindly forgo all civility in your discourse . . . you are, after all, anonymous.

6 Responses to “Grantham: Days of Abundant Resources andFalling Prices Are Over Forever”

  1. blackjaquekerouac says:

    and? i’ve been working on a good novel myself of late as well. it’s titled “all is well…that ends.”

  2. KJ Foehr says:

    This and the last post don’t work for me — can’t see the content. Must be the firewall I guess.

    It’s a wonderful title and premise though. A bit obvious perhaps, but what do I know?

  3. blackjaquekerouac says:

    A lot more than this guy “who probably manages billions and is on the hook for even more.” let me guess–”something about the entire of state of Arizona” or something…anywho “why do prices go down, too” has always been mystery to me as well “especially when i don’t want them to.” (Just ask Greece for example.) i want prices to do what I want them to! I DEMAND it!

  4. tagyoureit says:

    -some thoughts while you read-

    No[,] compound growth is sustainable. (the ‘miracle’ of compound interest.)

    The Problem with Humans [is inhumanity]

    Control of the weather would be handy. (Whether the weather be cold, or whether the weather be hot, we weather the weather, whatever the weather, whether we like it or not.)

    Remember to fully engage the clutch when shifting paradigms, otherwise you ruin the transmission. (But, if you can’t find ‘em, grind ‘em.)

    Final conclusion: Planning ahead is good, so we need a long term plan… yesterday.

    No worries though, top men are already working on this. Top.Men.


  5. HarleyHoward says:

    And quadrupling the money supply has nothing to do with “price increases”?

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