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Kurt Kasun

Kurt Kasun

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

A contributing writer to GreenFaucet.com, Kurt Kasun writes a high-end investment timing service, GlobalMacro, which is focused on identifying opportunities that produce returns in excess of market with reasonable risk. He is strategically located in Washington, D.C., a key to maintaining contacts and relationships which help Kurt understand global policy and economic factors as they emerge. His investment approach has always been macro in nature largely due to his undergraduate studies at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point (B. S. National Security, Public Affairs, 1989) and his graduate studies at George Mason University (M.A. International Commerce and Policy, 2006).

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    Published 27 July 2009 | viewed 2,577 times

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    Published 06 February 2009 | viewed 3,639 times

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    Published 22 December 2008 | viewed 10,507 times

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  • Revenge of the Barbarous Relic

    Published 20 November 2008 | viewed 4,476 times

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  • Greenspan and the Gold Standard: Thinking Out Loud

    Published 07 November 2008 | viewed 3,279 times

    I wish some Congressman would have had the courage to ask Greenspan why he abandoned his principles he so eloquently (and correctly) wrote about in…

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    Published 30 September 2008 | viewed 6,381 times

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  • What Next For the Real Economy?

    Published 22 September 2008 | viewed 4,260 times

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    Published 17 September 2008 | viewed 3,972 times

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  • Surviving the Credit Chaos

    Published 16 September 2008 | viewed 4,560 times

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  • Extraordinary Measures Today, a Financial Funeral Tomorrow

    Published 10 September 2008 | viewed 6,825 times

    I wish I was referring to Fannie and Freddie in the title of this piece, but because those institutions are being resurrected, the funeral I…

  • Kicking the Debt Habit Cold Turkey

    Published 03 September 2008 | viewed 4,774 times

    Things are about to get really bad. Rotating bubbles are now becoming rotating sector recessions as the positive feedback loops, created as money and credit…

  • Commodities: Is the Decennial Pattern Still in Effect?

    Published 20 August 2008 | viewed 2,593 times

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  • Global Goldilocks?

    Published 14 August 2008 | viewed 3,649 times

    The new narrative forming among the Goldilocks crowd is that US economic supremacy reigns once again, as manifest in a reawakened "King Dollar". The US…

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    Published 31 July 2008 | viewed 3,288 times

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    Published 25 July 2008 | viewed 7,765 times

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    Published 25 June 2008 | viewed 4,494 times

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    Published 10 June 2008 | viewed 3,745 times

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    Published 30 May 2008 | viewed 2,817 times

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    Published 24 May 2008 | viewed 4,136 times

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