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Warren Pollock

Warren Pollock

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Occams Razor and Delta V

    Published 08 July 2005 | viewed 5,665 times

    The drama of London's terror attack yesterday was clearly evident. The event itself factually illustrates that relationships between people and governments are in a state…

  • Creative Credit; The World Trade Center

    Published 31 May 2005 | viewed 4,615 times

    Starting in 1986, General Motors Acceptance Corporation began aggregating car loans into asset-backed securities and bonds. Innovations in creative credit were effectually transferred from the…

  • The White Noise of Democracy and the Markets

    Published 13 May 2005 | viewed 4,147 times

    The purpose of this newsletter is to provide you with an analytical observation of markets, politics, events, business and economics. This work and writing takes…

  • Gold In USD

    Published 27 April 2005 | viewed 4,664 times

    Once again, Gold advisory services are in cheer leading mode. However, It looks to me that gold is in an unresolved wedge (green lines). A…

  • The Prelude to Default

    Published 22 March 2005 | viewed 5,489 times

    A working man, it seems, has nowhere to hide from the dislocations now embedded in the system. A gardener, for instance, might not be able…

  • 2005 and 2006 Forecast - Part Two

    Published 28 December 2004 | viewed 4,968 times

    4.1. Oil Without considering the current market price of oil, I am fully confident in drawing the conclusion that an oil shock did in fact…

  • 2005 and 2006 Forecast - Part One

    Published 28 December 2004 | viewed 5,735 times

    Index 1.0. Coping Skills 1.1. The bottom line 1.2. Labor Deflation 1.3. Duck Diving The Wave 1.4. Embracing Stoic Paradoxes 1.5. When and How the…

  • Low Rates and Deflation

    Published 16 January 2004 | viewed 2,450 times

    Over the last few days Central bankers have been making statements to firm the dollar. There are also signs that they are taking less visible,…

  • Before and After

    Published 17 October 2004 | viewed 2,762 times

    Periodically and with unwanted regularity I am asked to provide specific financial counsel to casual acquaintances who are invariably facing some economic challenge, frustration or…

  • A Piece of the Action

    Published 03 September 2004 | viewed 3,119 times

    Japan Sells 1.9 Trillion Yen of 1.6% 10-Year Bonds --(Bloomberg, September 2, 2004.) Editor: The US sells 10-Year bonds to Japan at 4.11 per cent.…

  • Discounting War and Terror Risk

    Published 03 August 2004 | viewed 2,362 times

    Captive over-reliance on the United States means that international markets are hesitant to accurately discount the future costs of war, natural resource shortfall, lost manufacturing…

  • Money in the Bank

    Published 12 July 2004 | viewed 3,915 times

    Russia and Argentina are not the only places where savings deposits are lost. In the US, savers lose money in banks all the time. A…

  • Mirror:Mirror - The Command Economy Takes Hold

    Published 27 June 2004 | viewed 5,849 times

    Working from a very low economic baseline, the Chinese command economy accomplished some very incredible things. Scarce resources were centrally allocated by the government into…

  • Stick Figure Theater, aka Observations in Parallax

    Published 17 June 2004 | viewed 3,148 times

    The majority of the people in the financial media are concerned with the business of marketing stocks, mutual funds, and bonds. We also know that…

  • "Pax Hegemon"

    Published 24 February 2004 | viewed 3,284 times

    Selective rather than common interest would better describe the present global economic resource allocation system. The quest for selective interest can historically be traced back…