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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 Singularity Is Near

    Published 24 September 2005 | viewed 5,754 times

    This week, after a few brief thoughts on central bank buying of the dollar, and a very interesting observation about dopamine addiction in the US…

  • A Critical Juncture

    Published 10 September 2005 | viewed 5,443 times

    This week we once again look at Fed policy, the economy and some very interesting statistics and commentary from some very thoughtful commentators. We are…

  • Time to Call an Audible

    Published 03 September 2005 | viewed 7,341 times

    Nearly all eyes are on the terrible devastation caused by Katrina, and rightly so. I can do little to add to the amount of news…

  • The Fed Targets Your Home

    Published 26 August 2005 | viewed 5,281 times

    What is the relationship between housing prices and stock market forecasting? What will happen if the housing market begins to falter? Exactly what did Greenspan…

  • What Will Cause the Next Recession?

    Published 20 August 2005 | viewed 8,953 times

    It's a race to see what will be the cause, or maybe better put, what will be blamed for the next economic slowdown. Will it…

  • The Greenspan Uncertainty Principle

    Published 13 August 2005 | viewed 5,209 times

    This week we revisit our old friend, the Yield Curve. We look at what it may or may not be telling us, how the Conference…

  • The World Is Flat

    Published 06 August 2005 | viewed 7,281 times

    I got home late last night from two weeks with the kids in Europe, and jet lag is kicking in. Since I should not be…

  • India - The Next Big Player

    Published 29 July 2005 | viewed 5,458 times

    Last week we looked at China, and this week we look at India, the next rising superpower in Asia. I have asked my friend (and…

  • Those Clever Chinese

    Published 23 July 2005 | viewed 8,075 times

    Last week I said that for this week's letter we would look at the US trade deficit and China, and in particular the possible revaluation…

  • Mid-Year Forecast - More See-Saw Fed

    Published 16 July 2005 | viewed 5,598 times

    Where will Treasury rates go? What about inflation/deflation? The dollar? The stock markets? Gold? We cover all this and more in this week's letter. I…

  • Are There Too Many Hedge Funds?

    Published 09 July 2005 | viewed 7,123 times

    At precisely what point can we say that there are too many hedge funds? Are too many funds the reason hedge fund returns were down…

  • Thoughts on the Housing Bubble

    Published 02 July 2005 | viewed 7,302 times

    Looking at a recent magazine covers one is left with the impression that the whole world is concerned about US real estate prices. This is…

  • Idea of Europe

    Published 25 June 2005 | viewed 5,875 times

    This week we return to Europe, as what is happening there is one of the most important questions of the day. It is every bit…

  • Public Pensions, Public Disasters

    Published 18 June 2005 | viewed 5,677 times

    This week we will look with fresh eyes at an old problem: US pension funds, both public and private, are under-funded, and the situation is…

  • Whither Europe and the Euro?

    Published 11 June 2005 | viewed 4,906 times

    What if the Malthusian doom and gloom crowd is wrong? What if the trend of lower population growth clearly evident in the developed world is…

  • Can the Fed Find the Sweet Spot?

    Published 04 June 2005 | viewed 4,337 times

    The questions of the day seemed to revolve around Fed policy, the US trade deficit and the dollar. We look at all of these questions…

  • The Greenspan Conundrum

    Published 28 May 2005 | viewed 5,208 times

    "There is little doubt that, with the breakup of the Soviet Union and the integration of China and India into the global trading market, more…

  • Kicks Just Keep Getting Harder to Find

    Published 21 May 2005 | viewed 6,229 times

    "It seems like kicks just keep getting harder to find, All your kicks ain't bringing you peace of mind, Before you find out it's too…

  • The Problem With Indexes

    Published 14 May 2005 | viewed 6,589 times

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

  • A Stable Disequilibrium

    Published 07 May 2005 | viewed 4,833 times

    This week we look at a speech given by Paul McCulley (Managing Director at PIMCO funds) at my recent Accredited Investor Conference in La Jolla.…