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John Mauldin

John Mauldin

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

John Mauldin is president of Millennium Wave Advisors, LLC, (MWA) a registered investment advisor.

  • Market Timers or Market Cheaters?

    Published 06 September 2003 | viewed 4,547 times

    Given the wide disparity of views about the economy, it is little wonder that the reaction to Greenspans latest speech has been all over the…

  • Greenspan's Uncertainty Principle

    Published 30 August 2003 | viewed 2,708 times

    This week we are going to examine in some detail Alan Greenspans speech given today in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I was working on an entirely…

  • Manufacturing the Data

    Published 23 August 2003 | viewed 3,799 times

    How can I talk about a mere Muddle Through Economy when manufacturing is rising, the Phillie Fed Index skyrockets, housing and new home construction is…

  • Stupid Economist Tricks

    Published 16 August 2003 | viewed 4,229 times

    This week we further explore the variation in economic forecasts and then finish with Part Three of "How the World Really Works" from my friend,…

  • Conflicting Opinions

    Published 08 August 2003 | viewed 3,235 times

    What can we make of the huge variations in economic predictions by quite reasonable analysts? I briefly touch on the topic from my perch in…

  • The Velocity of Money

    Published 01 August 2003 | viewed 3,576 times

    This week as I am in Nova Scotia, where my bride "suggests" I will be far removed from any internet access, I am pleased that…

  • Greenscam: The View From Europe

    Published 26 July 2003 | viewed 3,066 times

    This week we review what I learned on my trip to Geneva; we look at a way to invest in the Chinese Renminbi; I offer…

  • The Most Unlikely Action

    Published 19 July 2003 | viewed 3,066 times

    This week we look at what Greenspan really said and what he didn't say; the real reason why the bond market reacted so violently (not…

  • Poker at the Federal Reserve

    Published 12 July 2003 | viewed 3,026 times

    Is this a critical time in the bond market or are we simply back to where we were a few months ago before the recent…

  • Mid-2003 Forecast: Muddle Through*

    Published 05 July 2003 | viewed 3,091 times

    I promised in my January 2003 forecast I would re-visit my predictions, giving you a mid-year update. Faster than I can believe, that time is…

  • The Investment Matrix Revelations

    Published 28 June 2003 | viewed 4,016 times

    This week the Fed cut rates by 0.25% as I predicted, yet the long rates have risen by over 0.50% from the lows. The dollar…

  • Bull Market or Bear Market Rally?

    Published 21 June 2003 | viewed 4,182 times

    This week I want to briefly look at some comments by Stephen Roach and Rob Arnott, two of my favorite analysts. Then we quickly segue…

  • The Economic Silly Season

    Published 13 June 2003 | viewed 4,384 times

    It seems to be the economic silly season. This week we will explore some of the more absurd ideas to make their way to my…

  • Thoughts from the Frontline

    Published 07 June 2003 | viewed 5,500 times

    Today we have a guest writer for Thoughts From the Frontline, as I am in Puerto Vallarta sipping margaritas by the beach. I asked my…

  • The Muddle Through Economy

    Published 31 May 2003 | viewed 3,139 times

    This week we will visit one of my main themes for the last two years: the Muddle Through Economy. This is a summary (and first…

  • The Trend is Your Friend, (Until It Isn't)

    Published 24 May 2003 | viewed 4,357 times

    This week we look at trends and how to make them your friend. Whether its stocks, the dollar or interest rates, getting the trend right…

  • Presupposing Deflation

    Published 17 May 2003 | viewed 2,755 times

    The topic du jour is deflation. I must have read 40 or so treatises on the deflation debate this week alone. Some are rather lengthy…

  • King Dollar and the Guillotine

    Published 10 May 2003 | viewed 3,268 times

    "Whoever you are, I have always depended on the kindness of strangers." (Blanche Dubois from Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire.) The world is in…

  • Why the Stock Market Is Rising

    Published 03 May 2003 | viewed 4,190 times

    Today we speculate about why the stock market is rising and whether it can continue to do so, given all the negative economic news. Along…

  • Investing: Faith Versus History

    Published 25 April 2003 | viewed 3,291 times

    This week we briefly look at a few choice economic insights, and then I once again will close with a portion of my book-in-progress about…