The View from Oklahoma

Elaine and I are in Oklahoma this weekend to meet with Robin Landry, who as I’ve told you many times, is one of the best long wave (and Elliott Wave) gurus out there.

Because of the road trip, our report this morning will focus on just one thing:  How the  markets are doing exactly what we forecast and are working toward new highs.

But the real story is why and what to expect thereafter….

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Multifactorial Collapse

What might make the pending Second Depression worse than the first is that we could have multiple systems crashing at once.

Not just a change of technology causing layoffs and bankruptcies in the farming set.
Oh, no, something much grander. 

Picture terrorism, energy, housing, and pensions blowing up as a kind of grand mal seizure…that’s the scent we’re on today.

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Limits to Complexity

Yes, there are.

True, many of the world’s problems can be addressed – for a while – by adding layers of complexity.  No question.

But how many such layers of complexity can be “piled on?”  That’s the rub…

Toss this in with the charts and it’s a nice summer morning of deep thoughts… (How’s this for a to-the-point opening, eh?)

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A Software-Directed Life

What do you need in a home that is full and offers far too many activities? (We call our place an ACH – activity centered home.)  Too much maintenance and such, as well?
You need software, of course.  Today we look at some of the shortcomings of various programs out there…

First, though, we track down the meme “climate change” and discover it is not (in some cases) coming from the scientists, but from the PR departments and news orgs…like that’s a surprise.  But a clear example worth considering presents itself…

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