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John Mauldin

John Mauldin

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

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

  • All for One Euro and One Euro for All?

    Published 21 May 2011 | viewed 0 times

    I have been doing a lot of reading this week, and today we look at some of the thoughts that keep coming to my mind.…

  • Still Home Sick

    Published 17 May 2011 | viewed 0 times

    Everyone is curious about the state of housing in the US. My friend Gary Shilling recently did a lengthy issue on housing as it is…

  • Kicking the Can to the End of the Road

    Published 15 May 2011 | viewed 0 times

    This week we turn from the crisis brewing in the US to the one that is coming to a slow boil in Europe. We visit…

  • Does Unreal GDP Drive Our Policy Choices?

    Published 09 May 2011 | viewed 0 times

    I am back from Rob Arnott's conference in Laguna Beach, and I must confess that if I had attended it before I wrote last week's…

  • Muddle Through, or Crisis?

    Published 07 May 2011 | viewed 0 times

    This week I finish the two-part letter on the Endgame and give you my thoughts on the economy and how it all plays out over…

  • Restoring Fiscal Sanity in the United States: A Way Forward

    Published 03 May 2011 | viewed 0 times

    One of the great privileges of traveling and speaking as I do is getting to meet a wide variety of very interesting people. Of late,…

  • The Endgame Headwinds

    Published 29 April 2011 | viewed 0 times

    I have written repeatedly about the Endgame in the weekly letter, as well as in a New York Times best-seller on the same topic. By…

  • The 'Miracle' of Compound Inflation

    Published 23 April 2011 | viewed 0 times

    Albert Einstein is famously quoted as saying, "Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world." And compounding is indeed the topic of this week's…

  • Charles Plosser and the 50% Contraction in the Fed’s Balance Sheet

    Published 19 April 2011 | viewed 0 times

    Dr. John Hussman is no stranger to Outside the Box readers. And his recent posting has my mind reeling. In essence he is saying that…

  • The Cure for High Price

    Published 16 April 2011 | viewed 0 times

    Today we once again think about the inflation/deflation debate, turn our eyes to Europe and the very interesting election happening there this Sunday, and speculate…

  • The Curve in the Road

    Published 10 April 2011 | viewed 0 times

    TWO roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one…

  • Birthdays and Investment Risk

    Published 05 April 2011 | viewed 0 times

    "Tail risk (the risk of large losses) is dramatically underestimated by many investors and the tools we have available to manage such risks are hopelessly…

  • The Plight of the Working Class

    Published 02 April 2011 | viewed 0 times

    Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right, Here I am, stuck in the Muddle Through Middle with you! -With thanks to Stealers…

  • The Confidence Game

    Published 28 March 2011 | viewed 0 times

    This week's Outside the Box is a little different. It's a stroll down history lane and thoughts on confidence, from Grant Williams, in the form…

  • Unintended Consequences

    Published 26 March 2011 | viewed 0 times

    The central banks of the developed world are printing money and are engaged in a very-low-interest-rate regime. What does that mean for emerging markets? It…

  • The Seven Immutable Laws of Investing

    Published 21 March 2011 | viewed 0 times

    I am in London this morning, just a few miles (in theory) from the writer of this week's Outside the Box. James Montier, now with…

  • The End of QE2?

    Published 19 March 2011 | viewed 0 times

    What happens when the Fed is finished with QE2? I have been letting that filter into my thinking lately as I look at the economic…

  • Inflation and Hyperinflation

    Published 12 March 2011 | viewed 0 times

    Bankruptcies of governments have, on the whole, done less harm to mankind than their ability to raise loans. -- R. H. Tawney, Religion and the…

  • The Cognitive Dissonance of It All

    Published 08 March 2011 | viewed 0 times

    I get a lot of client letters from various managers and funds, as you might imagine. I read more than I should. But one that…

  • Are Booming Economies Good for the Markets?

    Published 05 March 2011 | viewed 0 times

    "People only accept change in necessity and see necessity only in crisis." -- Jean Monnet The economy is doing better, and we will survey some…