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Michael Pento

Michael Pento

Euro Pacific

Contributor since: 29 Jul 2010


Michael Pento is Senior Economist and Vice President of Managed Products for Euro Pacific Capital. He is a well-established specialist in the Austrian School of economic theory and a regular guest on CNBC and other national media outlets.

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    Published 04 August 2011 | viewed 0 times

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  • Debt Ceiling Myths

    Published 21 July 2011 | viewed 0 times

    The debt ceiling debate that has dominated the headlines over the past month has been thoroughly infused with a string of unfortunate misconceptions and a…

  • The Psychology of Bond Investors

    Published 07 July 2011 | viewed 0 times

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  • The Extinction of Retirement

    Published 15 June 2011 | viewed 0 times

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  • Central Bankruptcy - Why QE3 is Inevitable

    Published 13 June 2011 | viewed 0 times

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  • Stimulus Wears Off

    Published 01 June 2011 | viewed 0 times

    The artificially engineered U.S. recovery is already starting to falter as a continuous procession of disappointing data continues to confirm the sad truth. Recent numbers…

  • Training Wheels Off, Crash Helmets On

    Published 20 May 2011 | viewed 0 times

    Based on many pronouncements by economic policy makers, reams of articles by the top financial journalists and near continuous discussion on the financial news channels,…

  • Inflation Destroys Real Wages

    Published 18 April 2011 | viewed 0 times

    In the same vein as medieval physicians believed bloodletting would cure illness, modern snake-oil economists still perilously cling to their claim that rising wages and…

  • Core Incompetency

    Published 04 April 2011 | viewed 0 times

    For years the Federal Reserve has told us that in order to detect inflation in the economy it is important to separate "signal from noise"…

  • The Inflation Knuckleball

    Published 29 March 2011 | viewed 0 times

    By its very definition, fiat money is something created out of thin air: the word "fiat" is Latin for "let it be done" (as in,…

  • Interest Rates Are On The Launch Pad

    Published 14 March 2011 | viewed 0 times

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  • Taps for the Dollar

    Published 02 March 2011 | viewed 0 times

    It now appears that the United States has finally succeeded in its efforts to destroy confidence in the U.S. dollar. Given the currency's reserve status,…

  • Arab Autocracies and US Inflation

    Published 24 February 2011 | viewed 0 times

    Civil revolt is currently spreading across the Arab world. What began in Tunisia has now metastasized into Bahrain, Egypt and Libya. Though two dictators have…

  • Geithner's Failed Makeover

    Published 16 February 2011 | viewed 0 times

    To counter the increasing demands that government reduce its micromanagement of the economy, last week the Obama Administration offered a fig leaf in the form…

  • The Cause and Evidence of Inflation

    Published 04 February 2011 | viewed 0 times

    In a heated debate on the February 1st episode of CNBC's "The Kudlow Report", financial commentator Donald Luskin offered his "textbook" definition of inflation as…

  • Inflation is Here to Stay

    Published 01 February 2011 | viewed 0 times

    In current economic analysis, inflation is largely in the eye of the beholder, and depending on how you choose to look, very different stories emerge.…

  • Bernanke's Golden Dismount

    Published 24 January 2011 | viewed 0 times

    There can be little doubt that Fed Chairman Benjamin Bernanke has been a very, very good friend to gold investors. However, some of those who…

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    Published 20 January 2011 | viewed 0 times

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    Published 30 December 2010 | viewed 0 times

    The Fed's lucky streak of luring bond investors with low interest rates may be drawing to a close. Nevertheless, the extended period of low borrowing…