• Published On: May 6, 2024Categories: Kondratieff's Monetary Wave

        The Monetary Wave, also known as Kondratieff's Down Wave, is a pivotal theory in understanding long-term economic cycles. This phenomenon occurs when the costs associated with credit significantly decrease, leading to a surge in wealth. However, this increase is grounded in something other than genuine productive investments or their returns. Still, it is[...]

  • Published On: May 4, 2024Categories: The Kondratieff Cycle

    Exploring the Economic Long Wave, also known as the Kondratieff Cycle The Economic Long Wave, often called the Kondratieff Cycle, is a theorized recurring pattern within the global economy. It intricately intertwines with the life cycle of technology, offering a unique lens through which to understand economic fluctuations. This phenomenon holds particular significance in the[...]

  • Published On: May 3, 2024Categories: Market's, The Economic LongWave Podcast

    Why most forecasting fails. The progression of technology follows a logarithmic pattern. The LongWaves, Kuznets and Business cycles move cyclically while our National/Personal debt accumulates exponentially. We "fail" to anticipate what is coming because our brains are also hardwired to think linearly so we extrapolate those trends into the future.  LINK TO .....THE ECONOMIC LONGWAVE[...]

  • Published On: May 1, 2024Categories: Economic Winter Watch

    Question: Will the upcoming Economic Winter be more severe than the Great Depression? Answer: Depressions are typically triggered by an excessive accumulation of unproductive debt. Long-term mortgages, home equity lines of credit, and credit card debt, which were not prevalent until after the 1930s, will contribute to a more significant economic contraction since debt levels[...]

  • Published On: April 26, 2024Categories: Economics, Economy

    The economic landscape of Canada underwent a significant transformation in 1971, marking a pivotal moment in its trajectory. This shift heralded the ascendancy of Creditism, where the dynamics of economic growth became increasingly intertwined with the expansion and contraction of credit. Gone were the days when capitalism operated solely on capital accumulation and investment principles.[...]

  • Published On: April 20, 2024Categories: Japan, Market's

    I came to Japan um and then very quickly analyzed the situation and concluded that even though in 1991 the top 10 banks in the world were Japanese and most people were saying buy Japanese stocks, they're lowering rates, that's great for the economy and for stocks, I said the opposite I expected that Japanese[...]

  • Published On: April 20, 2024Categories: Kondratieff's Monetary Wave, The Kondratieff Cycle

    The ascendancy of the FIRE (Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate) sector preceding an economic collapse is uniquely accounted for by the "Monetary Wave" within the Kondratieff cycle. Key Takeaways: The Kondratieff Wave, also known as the K-Wave or the Long Wave, is an economic theory that suggests the existence of long-term cycles in capitalist economies.[...]

  • Published On: April 18, 2024Categories: BITCOIN, GOLD

      Few voices in finance carry as much weight as Ray Dalio's. With his keen insights and deep understanding of economic cycles, Dalio has become a beacon for investors seeking to navigate the complexities of the modern financial landscape. One of the central themes in Dalio's work is the importance of understanding the nature of[...]

  • Published On: April 18, 2024Categories: Economic Winter Watch

    Canada Household Credit from February 1982 to February 2024 has witnessed fluctuations akin to the ebb and flow of a monetary tide. However, one notable trend emerged throughout this extensive timeline: a persistent weakness in credit growth. Despite various economic cycles and policy interventions, credit expansion within Canadian households has remained tepid, failing to surge[...]

  • Published On: April 17, 2024Categories: Economics, Economy

      Introduction: In economics, the financial cycle is often overshadowed by its more famous counterpart, the business cycle. However, understanding the dynamics of the financial cycle is crucial for comprehending the broader economic landscape. Just as the tides of the ocean ebb and flow, the monetary cycle follows a similar pattern of expansion and contraction,[...]

  • Published On: April 16, 2024Categories: Climate Change Bubble

    The ongoing deflation of the climate change bubble, encompassing ETFs, indexes, and related stocks, reflects a growing realization of the complexity and challenges ahead. Factors like regulatory shifts, technological advancements, and shifting investor sentiment contribute to this correction. Companies once seen as climate change pioneers face scrutiny over their long-term viability and alignment with sustainability[...]

  • Published On: April 15, 2024Categories: TELTAAM

    Attention Subscribers: A new update is now available for you. Access it here. 📢 #ExclusiveContent #Substack   To succeed in investing, it is essential to analyze historical patterns thoroughly. Studying historical patterns' enables a model to forecast future market trends accurately. Consequently, it is vital to strategically position oneself based on models to take advantage[...]

  • Published On: April 12, 2024Categories: Economics, The Kondratieff Cycle

    As students of The Economic LongWave, we often grapple with the complexities of defining and understanding the prevailing economic systems. In Canada, as in many other countries, the traditional labels of socialism and capitalism have long characterized our financial framework. However, it wasn't until delving into Richard Duncan's insightful work, "The Corruption of Capitalism," that[...]

  • Published On: April 12, 2024Categories: Real Estate, TELTAAM

    The once-thriving era of debt inflation is now undergoing a harrowing transformation into a downward spiral of rapid debt deflation. Debts are being settled, written off, or defaulted on, while borrowing, especially in realms like mortgages, is dwindling. This trajectory points us toward a period of disinflation, a perilous prospect for the millions deeply entrenched[...]

  • Published On: April 10, 2024Categories: Market's

    The theory behind the business cycle and  The Economic LongWave is closely associated with Joseph Schumpeter's work. Schumpeter was a renowned economist who significantly contributed to studying economic development and innovation. Schumpeter's theory of the business cycle is based on the idea that innovation and new technology are the driving forces behind economic growth. He[...]

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