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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 Super Trend Puzzle

    Published 31 January 2004 | viewed 2,865 times

    I start this week's letter somewhere over Kansas on the way to Lake Louise outside of Calgary, Canada. I have been giving a great deal…

  • How to be a Top 20% Investor

    Published 24 January 2004 | viewed 3,214 times

    This week we re-visit one of my favorite themes: Why Investors Fail. I am doing the final edits on my book, Bull's Eye Investing, and…

  • The Supercycle of Debt

    Published 17 January 2004 | viewed 3,843 times

    Debt and the dollar, employment and interest rates, the US economy and world trade, money supply and inflation/deflation, taxes, deficits, commodity prices, politics, war, regulation…

  • Forecast 2004: The Silver Lining Economy

    Published 10 January 2004 | viewed 3,439 times

    For the last 10 days, I have been reviewing over 500 pages of forecasts, predictions, and data from a wide variety of sources. Some have…

  • The Outlook for the Housing Market

    Published 03 January 2004 | viewed 3,009 times

    This is always a fairly intensive research time of the year for me, as I begin to format my thoughts about the possible trends for…

  • Oil, Stock Prices and the Dollar

    Published 20 December 2003 | viewed 5,284 times

    This week we see what oil has to do with the price of tea in China, what they both have to say about the US…

  • The Fed Said What?

    Published 13 December 2003 | viewed 5,433 times

    Today we look at recent Fed statements, which give us more than a few clues as to what is really happening in the economy, plus…

  • The Problem With Assumptions

    Published 06 December 2003 | viewed 3,382 times

    Insanity, my bride tells me again and again, is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. This week we return to…

  • The 22 Rules of Trading

    Published 29 November 2003 | viewed 3,940 times

    This week we look at two very intriguing studies, one from James Montier where, safely perched in England, he forecasts future real returns on the…

  • Bras, Steel and Bush

    Published 22 November 2003 | viewed 4,167 times

    Whenever I venture from my "assigned" space of economics and investing, and roam into the realm of politics, I am sure to offend more than…

  • Your Inner Spock

    Published 15 November 2003 | viewed 3,163 times

    Why do we continue to make the same classic investing mistakes, generation after generation, throughout the world, in all times and in every culture? It…

  • The Steroid Economy

    Published 08 November 2003 | viewed 4,419 times

    Todays letter may be one of the more controversial, or at least debatable, letters I have written in some time. I take a very out…

  • Demography is Destiny

    Published 01 November 2003 | viewed 3,541 times

    This week we will look at the very long term trends in demographics. I find this whole topic fascinating and one that is fraught with…

  • Earnings Deflation

    Published 25 October 2003 | viewed 3,658 times

    Earnings season is upon us, and with each announcement the market seems to surge on new ecstasies or retreat with disillusionment. Each new announcement is…

  • Contradictions: The Fed vs. the Bond Market

    Published 18 October 2003 | viewed 3,670 times

    Two weeks ago we examined the changes in our lives. Last week we looked at imbalances in the economy. This week the theme that I…

  • The Great Balancing Act

    Published 11 October 2003 | viewed 3,490 times

    Last week we looked at change, and this week we turn our attention to balance, or more precisely, the dangers and opportunities of imbalance. Stock…

  • The Nature of Change

    Published 04 October 2003 | viewed 2,819 times

    The Nature of Change "My interest is in the future, because I am going to spend the rest of my life there." -- Charles F.…

  • Take Me Out to the Stockgame

    Published 27 September 2003 | viewed 3,531 times

    Exactly what are investors thinking? How can I be right about being in something called a secular bear market if stocks just keep going up?…

  • A Considerable Predicament

    Published 20 September 2003 | viewed 3,237 times

    This week we re-visit Federal Reserve policy, and how their current policy may be setting up a very real problem with interest rates. Is the…

  • The Weather Equalization Act

    Published 13 September 2003 | viewed 3,617 times

    This week we deal with tariff proposals and other absurdities, the Chinese and the huge rise in their holdings of US debt by foreign governments,…