Friday, April 29, 2011
Currency Dead End Paradoxes
Several very important currency effects are at work. Most economists are either silent on the factors or wrong footed on the dynamic. That is not surprising since they have been incorrectly analyzing, interpreting, and forecasting the financial crisis as it built up in 2005 and 2006, and as it exploded in 2007 and 2008 to surprise almost all of them, even as it has failed to recover in 2009 and 2010 in contrary fashion to their deceptive rosy positions. The major currencies must be examined for some key paradoxes. As the monetary system crumbles into its final phase, the foundation under which the major currencies stand, trade, and change is breaking down. Refer to the sovereign debt structure, overly burdened by runaway government debt. The focus here is on some important paradoxes that go directly against both common sense and traditional economic logic. The unusual under-currents have confused most economists to the point that the economist profession has become a laughingstock to the American households, a chain of promotional carnival barkers for Wall Street in pursuit of annual bonuses, a heretic priesthood to parade in front the media cameras, and a den of USGovt harlots in search for official gatekeeper posts. They understand pitifully little within the USEconomy, within the US banking industry, and within the fracturing latticework in global finance. My acrimony toward their profession has been the most consistent theme of the Hat Trick Letter for seven full years. The following paradoxes are powerful contradictions that fly in the face of standard economic theory.