Posts Tagged ‘Financial Repression Authority’

Notes From Underground: Financial Repression Authority Podcast With Peter Boockvar

January 8, 2017

Yes, the talk of the weekend has been the 0.4% increase in the average hourly earnings embedded in the jobs data. The Fed had three members speak after the data release and all noted that the wage gains may mean that we are at full employment. Jeffrey Lacker was the most concerned about the FED being behind the proverbial curve. My analysis will be later in the week but first I wanted to share the FRA podcast as it includes the wisdom of Peter Boockvar of the Lindsey Group. Enjoy and I look forward to your comments as they will be answered and hopefully provide substance for an upcoming post.

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Notes From Underground: A Round Table Podcast From the Financial Repression Authority

October 25, 2016

I have been doing more media coverage of political economic discussions and I am proud and honored to be a part of Gordon T. Long’s laborious work for the Financial Repression Authority. Much of what is discussed on the podcast has been a constant theme in Notes From Underground and my ubiquitous discussions with Rick Santelli. I would like feedback from readers about setting up such a format in which an interactive video effort would allow the give and take of real-time Q&A. It is a fairly long (43 minutes) so turn down Joe Buck on Fox ‘s World Series coverage and listen to the discussion. Take notes and put forth questions as to further the discussion that makes NOTES worth writing. As a long-time Cubs fan I am enjoying the recent high-level play of the young stars but am saddened for all the Cub fans who have not been able to experience the joy of seeing the CUBS in the world series. Oh well, as the world turns on a dynamic model.

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