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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.

  • Please Give Me a Housing Bubble

    Published 19 June 2004 | viewed 10,244 times

    As I have written about and documented on many occasions, the economic health of the US consumer is hinged upon the housing market and housing…

  • The Great Liberator

    Published 12 June 2004 | viewed 2,769 times

    As have many of my countrymen, I have been moved today by the funeral ceremonies of President Ronald Reagan. In what may be the most…

  • The Unwinding of the Carry Trade

    Published 05 June 2004 | viewed 12,741 times

    Will rising rates cause the hedge fund world to blow up and bring down the economies of the world? What about the huge recent rise…

  • It's Time for the Fed to Reload

    Published 29 May 2004 | viewed 3,016 times

    In what is the shortest e-letter I have written in years, for which many of you will be grateful, this week we once again delve…

  • The Sleaziest Journalism on Earth

    Published 22 May 2004 | viewed 3,585 times

    This week we explore the problems with generalizations and assumptions. We will use as the launching point a rather poor piece of sensationalistic journalism from…

  • The Summer Swoon: A Dearth of Value

    Published 15 May 2004 | viewed 3,140 times

    I returned very early this morning from the Las Vegas Money Show, where all flights to Dallas were cancelled last night due to the odd…

  • A Mass of Alpha

    Published 08 May 2004 | viewed 3,400 times

    While there has been a lot happening in the markets, sometimes it is important to drop back and look at larger issues. This week we…

  • The Yield Curve, Part 7

    Published 01 May 2004 | viewed 5,156 times

    This week we look at the probability of a future recession raining on the current economic parade, looking at two indicators which offer insight into…

  • Will They Raise or Will They Stay?

    Published 24 April 2004 | viewed 3,022 times

    With the theme song (circa 1979) from The Clash as our background music - Should I Stay or Should I Go? - we explore whether…

  • Bull's Eye Investing

    Published 17 April 2004 | viewed 2,550 times

    This week, I am going to depart from the regular format, as my book, "Bull's Eye Investing: Targeting Real Returns in a Smoke and Mirrors…

  • Employment Games and Other Silly Statistics

    Published 10 April 2004 | viewed 4,750 times

    This week we take a look at what value really means, and I offer a few thoughts on the recent employment numbers. They may not…

  • The Coming Generational Storm

    Published 03 April 2004 | viewed 5,141 times

    Today, we are going to look at a very important study by the always insightful James Montier on the Echo Bubble? Can we look at…

  • China Syndromes

    Published 27 March 2004 | viewed 4,464 times

    This week I have been struck by a wide variety of articles on China. Is it a boom getting ready to change the face of…

  • Peace in Our Time

    Published 20 March 2004 | viewed 3,351 times

    This week's letter is going to be a little shorter than normal, for which some of you are probably grateful. We are moving our offices…

  • Is Someone Ringing A Bell?

    Published 13 March 2004 | viewed 3,150 times

    This week we address the question of whether the stock market is forming a top, take further looks at Fed policy and the unemployment rate…

  • Those Magic Unemployment Numbers

    Published 06 March 2004 | viewed 4,075 times

    That loud boom you heard Friday morning coming from the futures pits was the job report imploding the dollar and sending interest rates tumbling. The…

  • Free Trade Wars

    Published 28 February 2004 | viewed 3,153 times

    Free trade, jobs, fairness and the economy are all front and center in the coming political debate. As politicians respond to polls, we are going…

  • Barbarians at the Fed

    Published 21 February 2004 | viewed 3,481 times

    This week we are going to visit my Worry Closet, where things goes bump in the night. There are many writers who assure us that…

  • The Bond Uncertainty Principle

    Published 14 February 2004 | viewed 3,952 times

    One of today's trickiest investment questions revolves around interest rates and bond investing. We are in an economic environment in history like no other, so…

  • The Unemployment Quandary

    Published 07 February 2004 | viewed 2,864 times

    This week we tackle some rather odd discrepancies in the employment numbers - are we adding jobs or losing them? Then is there a relationship…