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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.

  • Sometimes They Do Ring A Bell

    Published 13 November 2004 | viewed 4,727 times

    With many sub-market indexes hitting new highs, and given the recent performance of the market, how can I maintain we are still in a long-term…

  • The Next Bush Recession

    Published 06 November 2004 | viewed 6,602 times

    This week we enter the realm controversial. The election is over, and now reality will impinge its often unpleasant odor over the political landscape of…

  • Premise #3: A Falling Dollar

    Published 30 October 2004 | viewed 3,752 times

    In March of 2002, I wrote an e-letter entitled "King Dollar and the Guillotine," which as the title suggests was a quite negative view of…

  • The Bottom Right Hand Corner

    Published 23 October 2004 | viewed 3,319 times

    What makes one person a pessimist and another an optimist when speculating about the future of the US and the markets? How do we come…

  • Premise #2: The Muddle Through Era

    Published 16 October 2004 | viewed 3,846 times

    We are doing a series on my basic investment premises: the themes which drive my overall investment strategies. Last week we looked at some of…

  • Elections, Recessions and the Economy

    Published 09 October 2004 | viewed 3,265 times

    What are the basic premises which determine your investment portfolio? Is there a consistency to your thought, or is your portfolio a blend of ideas…

  • Horse Racing and the CIA

    Published 02 October 2004 | viewed 3,046 times

    This week we explore in depth an essay on how we think from that bastion of investment analysis, the US Central Intelligence Agency. We look…

  • Running Money

    Published 25 September 2004 | viewed 3,735 times

    How might the economic world be turned upside down as we go from a post-industrial society to a world driven by intellectual property? What if…

  • The Zero Bound Dilemma

    Published 17 September 2004 | viewed 3,231 times

    A battle plan, we are told, seldom survives contact with the enemy. Nonetheless, military leaders throughout the world wisely persist in making plans they know…

  • Single Derivative Investing

    Published 03 September 2004 | viewed 4,273 times

    When can we once again return to the stock market with some long term confidence? What's up with bonds and global reflation? This week we…

  • The Rewards of Lazy Investing

    Published 28 August 2004 | viewed 3,808 times

    Is being lazy the secret key to riches? Can you grow your portfolio 2,000 percent with just one decisions? Did I spend 432 pages and…

  • Why Investors Fail

    Published 21 August 2004 | viewed 3,572 times

    This week we look at how to make you a top 20% investor, think about some of the mistakes we all make and much more.…

  • $450 Billion Pension Fund Shortfall

    Published 14 August 2004 | viewed 3,810 times

    This week we start out with the weather and end up buried in the footnotes of the Pension Benefits Guaranty Corporation as we wonder about…

  • Lean, Mean Reversion Machine

    Published 07 August 2004 | viewed 3,905 times

    This week we look at a thoughtful analysis by one of my long time favorite analysts, Jeremy Grantham, on what stock market returns should be…

  • The Endgame For Mutual Funds

    Published 31 July 2004 | viewed 4,812 times

    This week we are going to look at one aspect of the future of investing. A few weeks ago, I was with good friend Doug…

  • Recession Watch

    Published 24 July 2004 | viewed 4,661 times

    There are always a few dark clouds that determined bears can find, even in the best of times, albeit they may be no bigger than…

  • The China Productivity Miracle

    Published 17 July 2004 | viewed 5,751 times

    This week we look at China with a few thoughts that are not part of the conventional wisdom, and throw in a comment or two…

  • How to Recognize a Housing Bubble

    Published 10 July 2004 | viewed 5,339 times

    Today we take a final look at the housing market. Are we in a bubble or is it merely a period of overheated prices which…

  • The Real Growth in Housing

    Published 03 July 2004 | viewed 4,863 times

    This week we once again look at the US housing market. We explore what may be the prime contributor to spiraling home prices. (I bet…

  • The ARMS Trade

    Published 26 June 2004 | viewed 3,807 times

    This week we continue our look into the factors involved in housing prices. Specifically, we are going to look at the affect of Adjustable Rate…