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A Coming Storm Update

by Wes Bridel on March 3, 2015

in Economic Updates

The following is a reprint of the March 2015 Coming Storm newsletter…
A Coming Storm Update
Good news.  The work of the Lord is progressing.  I haven’t written much in the past couple years in part because I didn’t have anything different to say than what I’ve already said.  I would write from time to time to [...]

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The US Will See Real Recession

by Wes Bridel on April 27, 2012

in Stewardship

Recession in the US?  According to the media, we’re far from this, right?  Well, maybe.  Right now, we’re seeing slow growth that doesn’t get anyone excited, but is actually positive.  Will we see slow growth like China, or full blown recession like Europe?
What the media and government don’t like to mention is that the money [...]

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Europe Undergoing Severe Recession

by Wes Bridel on April 20, 2012

in Stewardship

It might be obvious to all now that Europe will not escape a severe recession.  At the time we first wrote this prediction, the media talk was about how the rest of Europe was pulling together and saving Greece.
Well, they’ve “saved” Greece and now Greece is back in trouble.  They’ve “saved” the European banks with [...]

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Japan will see recession in 2012

by Wes Bridel on February 20, 2012

in Economic Updates

It has taken long for details of our Recession in Japan prediction to start to come in. Japan has been sucking fumes for over 2 decades now.  Today, we’ll continue the series on economic predictions for 2012 and beyond…
In the 1970’s and 1980’s the growth story of the Japanese economy was unreal.  People across the [...]

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The financial news is teeming with fascinating (if often disturbing) information. We’re bringing the top stories of the last month to you here in this post and one or two more to follow.  You can find a recent post of this type that we did here.  The articles that stood out over [...]

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The US Economy Teetering

by Wes Bridel on September 26, 2011

in Economic Updates

The US economy is suffering one bit of bad news after another.  Today we look at one bright side of the markets as well as plenty of items for concern.  This video explains what’s going on and where the economy will go next.  We’re continuing a  series of [...]

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The financial news is teeming with fascinating (if often disturbing) information. We’re bringing the top stories of the last month to you here in this post and one or two more to follow.  You can find the last post of this type that we did here.  The articles that stood out over the last month [...]

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Inflation – The Case for Dollar Decline

by Wes Bridel on June 30, 2010

in Stewardship

Inflation happens when the Dollar loses value because more of them have been printed.  We’ve been discussing the factors which show our economy is headed for a more serious recession.  There is no real broadly accepted definition of hyperinflation.  Inflation is technically when the money supply is increased.  However, most people look for the effects [...]

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Economic Indicators of Depression

by Wes Bridel on June 14, 2010

in Stewardship

Economic indicators point towards a depression.  Signs are everywhere.  We began speaking about this last week.  Today, we’ll begin to look at these economic indicators so that you can see for yourself the signs of depression.
Western Governments, lead by the United States, have for decades utilized the printing and borrowing of [...]

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Most economists today see us entering a protracted deflationary depression similar to the Great Depression.  Others (including many of the most spectacularly successful investors of all time) see [...]

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