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One of the few things economists agree on is that prices are determined by supply and demand. Within the framework of supply-demand curves an increase in the price of a good is associated with a fall in the quantity demanded and an increase in the quantity supplied. A seemingly accelerating trend with many Americans is to look with skepticism and a jaundiced perspective in business, capitalism, and the profit motive.
Business and the profit motive have turned us from an agrarian to a high-tech producing and consuming nation. The situation Americans face in the future will be nothing like they have experienced in the past. Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s speech to the Jackson Hole summer retreat was “consistent” with a possible two rate hikes this year, her top deputy said Friday. Today, in place of our normal market commentary, we’re passing along expert insight from Palm Beach Letter editor Teeka Tiwari. Stated differently, even at the peak of recent financial bubbles in London, NYC, Miami or Houston they did not build such monuments to sheer economic waste and capital destruction. Annual production grew from about 70 million tons in the early 1990s to 825 million tons in 2014. To wit, Beijing’s tsunami of cheap credit enabled China’s state-owned steel companies to build new capacity at an even more fevered pace than the breakneck growth of annual production.
To quote The Christian Science Monitor: “The nation’s Republicans are working against the clock to answer two key questions: Can [their candidate] possibly attract enough independent and Democratic votes to win in November? The pound has risen against the dollar for two straight weeks amid a raft of positive UK data, rounding off its best performance against the greenback since the Brexit vote. Sterling touched a three-week high of $1.3280 against the dollar yesterday after Janet Yellen, the chairman of the US Federal Reserve, said the case for raising interest rates in the world’s largest economy was strengthening, but gave no indication that officials could tighten monetary policy as soon as next month. The youngsters do not rise from their seats when elderly people enter, they go against their parents, chat in company, gobble down their food and tyrannize their teachers. This quote, while it has nothing to do with investing, is extremely relevant when it comes to the investing world.
It’s an investing must-know that I am about to explain, and it can be summed up basically by this quote.
The markets moved sharply lower in the late morning sparked by Stanley Fischer, who came out after Janet Yellen’s relatively meek message, and delivered a strongly hawkish message pointing to a rate hike in September.

That was theater of the absurd of course, since a one and done 25 basis point rate hike does not mean a whole heck of a lot.
Although it does send an odd signal about the Dollar with the rest of the world in lowering even into negative rates. An article in the Wall Street Journal reports that Puerto Rico’s pension fund is underfunded by $43 billion, which is on top of $70 billion in various forms of Government debt.
Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) has posted a loss of $52 billion for April to June, following the tumbling Tokyo stock market and the yen’s surge. The value of the fund’s assets dropped $1.3 trillion last quarter, wiping out all the gains GPIF made since October 2014, when it revised its investment strategy and put more money into stocks and foreign bonds.
The decline is another disappointment for the fund after a reported annual loss of 3.8 percent for the year ended in March, the worst performance since the financial crisis in 2008.
Concerns over the US economic outlook as well as UK’s vote to quit the European Union significantly hurt global equity markets, boosting demand for Japanese currency which was seen as a haven for investors in a time of economic uncertainty. Many a-list celebs have tones of fame but their fortunes are small potatoes compared to these folks, the billionaires. The story of millionaire Simon Cowell, who dropped out of school at 15, worked for Sony BMG and EMI Music. Our roundtable guests talk about their roles as agents and being acknowledged by their clients. The world knows Valeria Lukyanova as the girl who turned herself into a real-life Barbie doll. This is summarized by means of supply and demand curves, which describe the relationship between the prices and the quantity of goods supplied and demanded. Conversely, a decline in the price of a good is associated with an increase in the quantity demanded and in a decline in the quantity supplied. In spite of efforts by some to rewrite history, those of us who are students of history recognize that capitalism made America the economic superpower that it is. All of us are dependent upon business and the profit motive for everything we do every day.
While we have seen old footage and heard stories about the Great Depression (starting in 1929), we have no idea how bad things really were during the 1930’s. Thus, when things really got bad, folks in the cities could move out and stay with their relatives on the country farm.

For this reason we have to treat Fed statements as important, even though they really aren’t.
As you’ll see, Teeka likes gold today for the same reasons we do here at the Dispatch. Beyond that 12X gain, it is the capacity build-out behind the chart below which tells the full story.
Consequently, annual crude steel capacity now stands at nearly 1.4 billion tons, and nearly all of that capacity—-about 65% of the world total—— was built in the last ten years. They are bad mannered, despise all authority, show no respect and talk when they should be working. In short, the law of supply is depicted by an upward-sloping curve while the law of demand is presented by a downward-sloping curve.
And the more we allow the government to interfere in our economy, the more we move toward a fascistic system where the government controls the means of production. This is not an option for most Americans today as only 2% of the population are farmers and ranchers (source). Today we have the Fed making pronouncements and the markets can be expected to gyrate around and react as usual. That’s mighty generous of Congress to use Citizens’ money for that, especially when most Congressmen have their money tax-sheltered in the Rothschild Trust Company in Reno. NO MATERIAL HERE CONSTITUTES "INVESTMENT ADVICE" NOR IS IT A RECOMMENDATION TO BUY OR SELL ANY FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO STOCKS, COMMODITIES, OPTIONS, BONDS, OR FUTURES.
That explains why Congress is using other people’s money to bailout their own money plus the money of those who fund Congressional seats. ACTIONS YOU UNDERTAKE AS A CONSEQUENCE OF ANY ANALYSIS, OPINION OR ADVERTISEMENT ON THIS SITE ARE YOUR SOLE RESPONSIBILITY.

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