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John Mauldin

John Mauldin

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

John Mauldin is president of Millennium Wave Advisors, LLC, (MWA) a registered investment advisor.

  • The Possibility of a Recession

    Published 16 July 2006 | viewed 7,614 times

    The economy seems to be slowing. Will this be a mid-cycle slowdown as it has been the last two decades or will it evolve into…

  • The End of Medicine

    Published 08 July 2006 | viewed 5,963 times

    This week we look at a very intriguing new book by good friend Andy Kessler called The End of Medicine, subtitled "How Silicon Valley (and…

  • What the Fed Really Said

    Published 01 July 2006 | viewed 5,412 times

    Thursday saw a powerful response by the markets in stocks, bonds, commodities, and currencies to the communiqué from the Fed after its recent two-day meetings.…

  • 2006 Mid-Year Forecast

    Published 24 June 2006 | viewed 6,162 times

    This week we will venture into the always hazardous area of making my semi-annual forecast. I make some non-consensus projections as to the economic climate…

  • The Problem with Indexes

    Published 17 June 2006 | viewed 4,624 times

    This week we look at index funds, and specifically at problems that certain types of capitalization weighted index funds have. It is intuitively obvious that…

  • Central Bankers of the World, Unite Again!

    Published 10 June 2006 | viewed 5,027 times

    Is the Fed right to be worried about inflation, or is that so last quarter? What do musty old academic papers suggest about Fed policy?…

  • The Problem with Stable Prices

    Published 27 May 2006 | viewed 5,528 times

    Can you have too much of a good thing? And specifically, can targeting low inflation and stable prices create problems that are even larger than…

  • A Foolish Conversation With John Mauldin

    Published 20 May 2006 | viewed 6,418 times

    This week I am in La Jolla for my annual Strategic Investment Conference. It is packed, and of course I am quite busy, so not…

  • Do Trade Deficits Matter?

    Published 13 May 2006 | viewed 5,017 times

    This week we look at the links between the US trade deficit, the low savings rate in the US, home prices, and interest rates, all…

  • It's Value Time Again

    Published 06 May 2006 | viewed 6,108 times

    Is the market overvalued? Fairly valued? Or are there really rocket boosters underneath the trading floors? We will look at the data, some historical charts…

  • To Pause, or Not To Pause

    Published 29 April 2006 | viewed 5,968 times

    Be careful what you wish for. You just might get it. This week we look at a more transparent Fed, Japanese monetary policy, the powerhouse…

  • Islands of Stability

    Published 22 April 2006 | viewed 4,389 times

    "Year after year, economic theorists continue to produce scores of mathematical models and to explore in great detail their formal properties; and the econometricians fit…

  • Richard Russell's Wisdom

    Published 14 April 2006 | viewed 13,326 times

    It is Good Friday, and I am going to take the writing day off. Next week we will delve further into the rich mines we…

  • Fingers of Instability

    Published 08 April 2006 | viewed 7,840 times

    "To trace something unknown back to something known is alleviating, soothing, gratifying and gives moreover a feeling of power. Danger, disquiet, anxiety attend the unknown…

  • When Will the Fed Stop?

    Published 31 March 2006 | viewed 4,710 times

    This week the US Federal Reserve raised interest rates once again, for the 15th straight time. As everyone knows by now, the press release at…

  • The Bottomless Well

    Published 25 March 2006 | viewed 5,623 times

    Today we begin what will be an intermittent series on oil and energy. Each and every year there is a need for more and more…

  • The Wind Beneath the Economy's Wings

    Published 18 March 2006 | viewed 7,328 times

    "The U.S. outlook is all about the property market, which has been the wind beneath consumers' wings this decade." Paul McCulley, Managing Director, Pimco The…

  • Smoot-Hawley Lives

    Published 11 March 2006 | viewed 5,940 times

    This week we look into my worry closet and ponder whether the Dubai port debacle is a one-off thing or does it signal a rise…

  • Central Banker's of the World, Unite!

    Published 04 March 2006 | viewed 4,982 times

    "Central Bankers of the World, Unite!" That at least seems to be the theme from the central banker's playbook. The US Federal Reserve, The European…

  • Probabilities of Recession

    Published 25 February 2006 | viewed 9,353 times

    This week we look at the possible direction of interest rates both at the long end and the short end. Bottom line: history suggests there…