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The Mogambo Guru

The Mogambo Guru

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Richard Daughty (Mogambo Guru) is general partner and COO for Smith Consultant Group, serving the financial and medical communities, and the writer/publisher of the Mogambo Guru economic newsletter, an avocational exercise to better heap disrespect on those who desperately deserve it. The Mogambo Guru is quoted frequently in Barron's, The Daily Reckoning, and other fine publications.

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 17 May 2006 | viewed 6,372 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- Total Fed Credit was up only $1.6 billion last week, and while the custody holdings of…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 10 May 2006 | viewed 6,205 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- The Federal Reserve is still increasing Total Fed Credit, which increases credit in the banks, which…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 04 May 2006 | viewed 4,470 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- I am happy to report that the Federal Reserve is not increasing Total Fed Credit with…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 27 April 2006 | viewed 5,238 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- I am really, really getting scared here. This week, I don't know what scares me most;…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 19 April 2006 | viewed 5,417 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- Nothing much noteworthy happened last week, especially as pertains to the Federal Reserve, especially in comparison…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 12 April 2006 | viewed 5,994 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- I notice with dark dismay that the horrid Federal Reserve is now back on track to…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 05 April 2006 | viewed 5,458 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- I was stunned to see that Total Fed Credit actually went down by $6.7 billion last…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 29 March 2006 | viewed 3,842 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- I was surprised to see that Total Fed Credit was not exploding last week. I was…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 22 March 2006 | viewed 4,142 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- I am sitting, alone, in the Impenetrable Mogambo Bunker Of Ultimate Defensive Posture (IMBOUDP), and voices…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 16 March 2006 | viewed 6,197 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- Total Fed Credit went down by $5.4 billion last week, which was surprisingly out of character…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 09 March 2006 | viewed 6,810 times

    - The next time you hear anyone say something like "Ben Bernanke, the new chairman of the Federal Reserve, wants to be known as an…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 01 March 2006 | viewed 5,294 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. - I am really getting freaked out here, as this whole economics thing keeps getting weirder and…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 22 February 2006 | viewed 6,550 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- I don't remember the sound of wolves howling in the distance, but it was a darkly…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 16 February 2006 | viewed 6,317 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- I am, apparently, on the edge of a nervous breakdown, as nothing is making sense anymore.…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 01 February 2006 | viewed 4,848 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. -- I am having a hard time believing that the Federal Reserve is not expanding Total Fed…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 26 January 2006 | viewed 5,730 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. - Total Fed Credit did not appreciably change last week, up a mere $562 million, which is…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 11 January 2006 | viewed 6,843 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. - Things are spinning out of control, and I have locked myself inside the Mogambo Bunker Of…

  • E-Economic Newsletter

    Published 30 December 2005 | viewed 13,372 times

    This article originally appeared at The Daily Reckoning. I was surprised to see the surprisingly bullish article "Golden Opportunity" in this week's Barron's magazine, and…