This week, I wrote the main piece for John Mauldin’s Thoughts from the Frontline.

You can see Your Three Investing Opponents at John’s site or in the Think Tank.

Category: Markets

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3 Responses to “Thoughts From the Frontline: 3 Opponents”

  1. algernon32 says:

    Nice article!

    The retail investor is facing a macro pincer movement.

    Zero interest rates on savings on one side, coupled with slow theft/erosion by inflation.
    (Slow starvation, drives investor to risk instruments. )

    Increasingly volatile moves of collapsing fiat money system(s) on the other.
    (High risk of catastrophic loss, and/or theft of principle.)

    The outright theft of principle aspect tilts the decision making process to accept zero returns and inflation until the over leveraging collapse completes and the end game corruption is rectified.

  2. aiadvisors says:

    Faultline, Frontline, whatever…. nice touch.

  3. Thx for sharing your insight, Barry…a very interesting read!