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This page links my Debtwatch Reports in PDF format.

April 2009

March 2009 Special: 0.5% rise in unemployment

March 2009

February 2009

December 2009: Bernanke an expert on the Great Depression?

December 2008

November 2008

October 2008

September 2008

August 2008

July 2008

June 2008

May 2008: Defer the RBA (Enhanced Independence) Bill

Shared Equity Mortgages Reprint

April 2008

March Special: Why Now?

March 2008

February 2008

November 15th 2007

November 2007

October 2007

September 2007

August 2007

July 2007

June 2007

May 2007

April 2007

March 2007

February 2007

December 2006

November 2006

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  15. scifi97 says:

    This report from Hoisington Management strongly supports Steve’s conclusions I believe. 2015 Surging Debt

    The striking aspect of the U.S. economy’s 2015 performance was weaker economic growth coinciding with a massive advance in nonfinancial debt.
    Nominal GDP, the broadest and most reliable indicator of economic performance, rose $549 billion in 2015 while U.S. nonfinancial debt surged
    $1.912 trillion. Accordingly, nonfinancial debt rose 3.5 times faster than GDP last year. This means that we can expect continued subpar growth for the
    U.S. economy.

    The ratio of nonfinancial debt-to-GDP rose to a record year-end level of 248.6%, up from the previous record set in 2009 of 245.5%, and well above
    the average of 167.5% since the series’ origination in 1952 (Chart 1). During the four and a half decades prior to 2000, it took about $1.70 of debt
    to generate $1.00 of GDP. Since 2000, however, when the nonfinancial debt-to-GDP ratio reached deleterious levels, it has taken on average,
    $3.30 of debt to generate $1.00 of GDP.

    http://www.hoisingtonmgt.com/pdf/HIM2016Q1NP.pdf

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