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December 13, 2012

December 13, 2012

Many People Ask How the U.S. Will Ever Pay Off its National Debt.  The Answer is Simple.  It Won’t.

The U.S. will not ever be able to pay off its debt entirely.  This is why we are amazed that investors and governments have bought up so much U.S. government debt in the past few years.  Buyers must believe that either the U.S. will be good for its word and repay its debt, or that, just as in a game of musical chairs; they won’t be left standing when the music stops.

In our opinion, the real question is: Will there be a partial or full repudiation of the debt — as all of the world’s great empires have historically done?  Or will the U.S. be satisfied to lower the value of its currency so that it can repay debts with a devalued dollar?

We Doubt the Fiscal Cliff Resolution will Include any Real Cuts in Government Spending…

Where Does this Leave Bondholders?…

People have Paid Too Much Attention to Simpson-Bowles…

We Expect a Much Lower Valuation for the U.S. Dollar in Coming Years… 

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India:  Is the Worst Over?

Corruption in India — hundreds of millions of Indians are fed up

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Source: Jagran Post

We discuss positives and negatives of India’s business and economic environment.              


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