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Bill Holter’s Commentary Two great minds telling it like it is! The Myth Of ‘Morning In America’—–How The Public Debt Went From $1 Trillion to $35 Trillion in Four Decades, Part 1September 2, 2016 ………One of the great virtues of the Trump candidacy is The Donald’s propensity to lob wild pitches—knowingly or not—at the sacred… Read more »

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I did not plan to write another public article so soon after the last one but today’s topic(s) are very important and very connected in my opinion. I apologize for the length but I can’t make this stuff up, I just try to tie it together. First, we have been hearing the word “rigged” on… Read more »

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The 2008 Great Financial Crisis came about because we began to hit “debt saturation” levels. The crisis was one of solvency but was attended to with added liquidity. Sovereign treasuries still had the ability to add debt to their balance sheets which was done in unprecedented amounts. Now, we are again bumping up against debt… Read more »

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All, Please watch, post or forward link if you wish to my latest interview with SGT Report. Best, Bill https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rwwma-zqupU http://sgtreport.com/2016/08/wake-up-call-our-entire-world-is-going-to-change-bill-holter/

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All, My wife Kathryn recently completed her latest portrait “A Twist on the 20’s”. She has started a bridal portrait that she will use as a sample for several exclusive wedding venues here in Texas. She is about halfway done with the bridal portrait, I promise it will knock your socks off! She has found… Read more »

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In a recent article, Peter Degraaf posted a series of charts including the one below. I must confess I had never seen this particular chart before but extremely glad it was posted. I knew the monetary base had grown wildly but did not realize the extent until seeing it in graph form. While Peter spent… Read more »