Item of General Interest
April 14. I am back at home, after four weeks in China. I am even mostly over jet lag. I had a very interesting time there, thanks to Prof. Feng, his students, and his many friends.
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Max Keiser Report Last week, I recorded an interview with Max Kaiser on my post, The United States’ 65-Year Debt Bubble. The post can be found here. The video can be found here. US Natural Gas Overview Last week, I also … Continue reading
It looks to me as though 2012 is likely to be a truly awful financial year, with several crises converging: Either very high oil prices or recession, The US governmental debt limit crisis, The Euro crisis, The Chinese debt problem, … Continue reading
When I write about high oil prices having an adverse impact on the economy, quite a few readers respond by saying, “No, most (or all) of the problem is a debt bubble.” They seem to think that poor underwriting of … Continue reading
The US Department of Energy (DOE) recently issued a report called Report on the first Quadrennial Technology Review (QTR), which has as its purpose helping the DOE choose among conflicting priorities. The new report sets priories based on a distorted view … Continue reading