Eerie Echoes of the 1930’s

Because of reader requests, I’ve started to put together a book which will be a
kind of “Best of 13-years of Peoplenomics.  Everything major is in there:
A macro view of longwave economics, peak and trough wars, but more importantly,
what to do with that information.  In our own case, that has meant making a
long-term tactical decision to flee the big cities which is curious in it’s own
right because the big cities were the beneficiaries of the previous cyclical
depression.  We’ll launch into one of the early chapters – echoes of last
time around – after the usual Saturday morning news review and the introduction
of a new chart as we look at what market action closed Friday and what could be
ahead for next week’s action and beyond.

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Murder Rooms and the Slow Death of Bonds

Two rather distasteful subjects to cover this morning, each involving death, but
at least we have a choice:  Do we extend ultimate home prepping to follow
the construction plans of the S.A drug cartels, or do we die when the bond
market implodes?  The one certainly fits with building a solid home defense
plan verging on the paranoid, while the other comes along to some extent no
matter what due to incredible assumptions about returns built into many pension
plans.  Fortunately, before we get to the blood and gore on either front,
we’ll first have coffee and remind you not to sit too close to the monitor for
this morning’s report.  We assume no liability for your cleaning bills.

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Low-Cost Prepping for a Troubling Fall

No, don’t panic.  The world is not going to end without more notice than we
have now.  But yes, some decent-sized problems could arise and IF they do,
and  there are a lot of things regular folks, even those on Social Security, can do to
improve their personal prospects.  In the worst case you’ll have simple
pre-purchased a lot of goods that you’ll need in coming months anyway.  How
long does a can of cream of mushroom soup last?  Or a can of tuna or
chicken breast?  So today we’ll go through the thinking and the planning
because while we always hope for the best, we’re also ready for something less
than that.  Before we roll up our sleeves, though, a drop of two more of
that Kona roast/decaf blend.  If you think the headlines are jittery now, just
give it a few months.

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Crash? The Kondratiev (K-Wave) View of 2013

We will keep our review of current events a bit shorter than usual this morning in order to focus more on some of my recent work in Kondratiev long wave economic cycles, which are a kind of heartbeat underlying much of our economic, thence social, political, and military activities.  This is the first part of what will be two parts:  This morning we pencil in some timing scenarios (duck this fall!) and then in Saturday’s report we’ll deal with the prepping side and how to deal there.  So hop to it!  We begin with hot PPI numbers just out because the next couple of trading days will come down to that:  Numbers…

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