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John Mauldin

John Mauldin

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010


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

  • The Conundrum of Risk

    Published 18 February 2006 | viewed 5,340 times

    One of the positive things about international travel is that it gives me a large amount of time to read and think. This week we…

  • Greed by Four Lengths

    Published 11 February 2006 | viewed 6,868 times

    This week we look at an interesting index of greed and fear, look at the yield curve and the new 30 year Treasury bond, the…

  • Ahead of the Yield Curve

    Published 05 February 2006 | viewed 5,676 times

    Last week we started a series on a very important book by friend Joe Ellis called "Ahead of the Curve." We continue this week looking…

  • Ahead of the Curve

    Published 28 January 2006 | viewed 8,088 times

    The economy grew at a much slower pace last quarter, with GDP only moving forward by 1.1%. This week we look at why and see…

  • The Rules of Trading

    Published 21 January 2006 | viewed 18,861 times

    The economy created 215,000 new jobs in November. A paltry 11,000 were manufacturing. Is that good enough? In previous recoveries we would have been seeing…

  • The Sacrifice Ratio

    Published 15 January 2006 | viewed 5,792 times

    This week we will look at a few very interesting items that did not make it into last week's forecast, as that letter was already…

  • Forecast 2006: On the Gripping Hand

    Published 07 January 2006 | viewed 6,615 times

    Once again it's time for me to demonstrate the foolhardy part of my nature by putting to electronic pen my forecast for 2006. I spend…

  • The Yield Curve

    Published 31 December 2005 | viewed 12,708 times

    The level of attention to the recent and mild inversion of the yield curve has bordered on hysteria in the media. Does it portend a…

  • Be Careful What You Wish For

    Published 24 December 2005 | viewed 7,554 times

    We are awash in debt, assert numerous authorities. And they point to the charts which show debt mounting seemingly to the sky. But not all…

  • Do Trade Deficits Matter?

    Published 18 December 2005 | viewed 6,437 times

    "I don't know whether change will come with a bang or a whimper, whether sooner or later. But as things stand now, it is more…

  • As Though It Were Real Money

    Published 11 December 2005 | viewed 6,401 times

    "Our analysis leads us to believe that recovery is only sound if it does come from itself. For any revival which is merely due to…

  • Empire of Debt

    Published 03 December 2005 | viewed 6,480 times

    "The economy in its entirety must continue to decline so long as more is being consumed than produced, and some part of consumption therefore takes…

  • Our Brave New World, Part Two

    Published 26 November 2005 | viewed 6,782 times

    Is it different this time? Can it be that trade deficits do not matter? Or is our collective debt going to end in a period…

  • This Time It's Different

    Published 12 November 2005 | viewed 7,820 times

    "For over ten years now, a wide majority of market strategists and economists from respected investment banks (Morgan Stanley, Dresdner...), a large number of upscale…

  • Thoughts on Pensions and Retirement

    Published 06 November 2005 | viewed 5,337 times

    How bad is the pension fund issue. Is it a crisis as the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) claims? Or is the American Benefits Council…

  • The Bernanke Era

    Published 29 October 2005 | viewed 4,767 times

    The King is going. Long live the King. We now know that Ben Bernanke will be the next Fed Chairman. His approval by the Senate…

  • Inflation and Fed Policy

    Published 22 October 2005 | viewed 5,243 times

    Exactly how do you measure inflation? Last week's letter showed how the Bureau of Labor Statistics uses "owners' equivalent rent" to measure the rise in…

  • Smoothing Out Inflation

    Published 15 October 2005 | viewed 4,979 times

    How can inflation be so low over the past few years if we see rising energy prices, ever-increasing medical costs and especially the cost of…

  • Aah, Brave New World

    Published 08 October 2005 | viewed 6,685 times

    Last week we looked at how technology has the potential to slow and possibly reverse aging within the next two decades. Marvelous cures for the…

  • Solving an Old Age Problem

    Published 01 October 2005 | viewed 6,358 times

    What will the world look like in 10-20-30 years? What might future technological advances allow us to do? What will medicine look like? Can we…