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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.

  • Wildness Lies in Wait

    Published 30 April 2005 | viewed 6,027 times

    This week we look at the "The Triumph of Irrational Expectations over Long Run Experience." It is a cautionary tale, but enjoyable in the telling,…

  • The More Things Change

    Published 23 April 2005 | viewed 6,834 times

    This is the text of a speech given at the Accelerating Change 2004 conference at Stanford University. The conference organizers asked me to look out…

  • Forecast: The Next Ten Years

    Published 16 April 2005 | viewed 8,308 times

    This week we look at how politics and geopolitical events can affect our investments. We look at a decade-long forecast from one of my favorite…

  • Unexpected Returns

    Published 09 April 2005 | viewed 6,013 times

    Writing on the train to Yorkshire from London, I am surrounded by a gorgeous English countryside on a beautiful spring day. Life has its moments.…

  • $100 Oil is the Solution

    Published 02 April 2005 | viewed 10,300 times

    How can we go from oil priced in the low teens only a few years ago to oil now holding steady in the mid-50s? This…

  • The New Retirement Model

    Published 19 March 2005 | viewed 8,939 times

    It seems like every week I get a letter from a reader asking questions along the following line: "How can I make a lot of…

  • The Trade Deficit End-Game

    Published 12 March 2005 | viewed 6,406 times

    This week we finish with our series on the US trade deficit. When will we see a real problem? What are the likely results from…

  • Why Trade Deficits Matter

    Published 05 March 2005 | viewed 5,273 times

    We have been looking at the US trade deficit and the global trade imbalance for the past two weeks. It is currently an unsustainable trend,…

  • The Dollar as the Old Maid

    Published 26 February 2005 | viewed 5,737 times

    This week we continue to look at the imbalance in global trade and the US trade deficit. What are the ramifications for the dollar? I…

  • Bretton Woods, Part Two

    Published 19 February 2005 | viewed 5,518 times

    "Another G-7 meeting has come and gone. And what has been accomplished? Next to nothing, in my view. The club of the world's wealthiest nations…

  • Social Securitys Flawed Assumption

    Published 05 February 2005 | viewed 5,928 times

    Social Security in the US (and the equivalent in Europe and Japan), as well as some pension plans, might be in far worse shape than…

  • Insiders Send a Signal

    Published 29 January 2005 | viewed 7,424 times

    Is the US stock market rolling over? What are insider investors telling us? Are there sectors that might run counter to the overall trend? We…

  • China: One Coin, Two Faces

    Published 22 January 2005 | viewed 6,009 times

    This week we begin what will be a series of occasional letters on China. The topic, like the country, is so vast that it cannot…

  • The Problem of the Endgame

    Published 15 January 2005 | viewed 3,707 times

    Last week we looked at my 2005 Forecast. This week, we ponder the far more interesting question of where I could (or will be!) be…

  • Forecast 2005: The See-Saw Economy

    Published 08 January 2005 | viewed 5,439 times

    Once again it's time for me to demonstrate the foolhardy part of my nature by putting to electronic pen my forecast for 2005. I spend…

  • America's Creativity Crisis

    Published 31 December 2004 | viewed 3,480 times

    We start the year off with a little controversy. This week we take the long view of a problem created by current government policy as…

  • The Canary in the Coal Mine

    Published 18 December 2004 | viewed 4,709 times

    English coal miners, starting around 1911, would put a canary in the coal mine to warn them of air quality problems. This practice of two…

  • Greenspan: Be Careful What You Ask For

    Published 11 December 2004 | viewed 4,644 times

    Be careful what you ask for, the ancient wisdom says, because you just might get it. The world markets are asking for a return to…

  • Don't Confuse Me With the Facts

    Published 03 December 2004 | viewed 3,464 times

    Why do we do the things we do? How can two people, or even large groups, look at the same set of facts and come…

  • Things That Go Bump in My Worry Closet

    Published 20 November 2004 | viewed 4,008 times

    From ghoulies and ghosties And long-leggedy beasties And things that go bump in the night, Good Lord, deliver us! --Old Scottish Prayer Coming back from…