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ECRI Forecasting Global Economic Slowdown

Posted by Larry Doyle on May 19th, 2011 8:30 AM |

What lies ahead on our global economic landscape?

Pack lightly because the economic road ahead appears to be increasingly challenging. While government mouthpieces and their media friends are wont to look in the rear view mirror for hints of easier traveling, the wise travelers amongst us always keep our eyes on the road ahead.

Who can help us navigate the upcoming terrain and is forecasting a steep economic slope? I thank one of this blog’s most loyal supporters for introducing the Economic Cycle Research Institute to Sense on Cents.

What exactly makes the ECRI so special?

ECRI is the world’s foremost predictor of recessions and recoveries. (more…)

Ben Davies: Ex Scientia Pecuniae Libertas/Out of Knowledge of Money Comes Freedom

Posted by Larry Doyle on October 25th, 2010 8:47 AM |

I thoroughly appreciate those involved in the markets who also have an equal appreciation for history, languages, literature, and the arts and sciences. Rare is the individual who is able to intertwine their passions and fluent enough to share them with others.

I thank a loyal reader of Sense on Cents who brings us just such an individual, that being Ben Davies, CEO of London-based Hinde Capital. Davies spoke the other day to the Committee for Monetary Research and Education in New York. Although his remarks are extensive, I found them to be quite compelling and truly insightful. I commend Ben for his passion and well rounded perspectives. If you consider yourself a student of the markets, interested in our global economy, or merely a lover of topics well written, you will want to read and savor Ben’s thoughts. I am happy to share them here today.

Remarks by Ben Davies,
CEO, Hinde Capital, London
Fall Dinner Meeting
Committee for Monetary Research and Education
Union League Club, New York
Thursday, October 21, 2010 (more…)






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