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Why U.S. Bond Yields May Continue Lower: Wall Street May Have It Wrong about Interest Rates

Will  U.S. interest rates continue to remain low as the economic "recovery"  after the financial crisis progresses in fits and starts? In this post, stock Investingg 101 maintains that a recovery that may not gain traction until the money created by the Federal Reserve circulates in the actual economy, not just flowing to and propping up the stock market.

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Will the U.S. Suffer an Inflation or Deflation in 2009-2010, (or Both)?

In my article, The Credit/Debt Crisis: A Depression Era Stock Market and America's Financial Failure?, published on my website on October 10, 2008, I posited four possible scenarios regarding the outlook for our general economic future. Of those four scenarios, it may be that we are experiencing the most chaotic and potentially destructive scenario, one that may be difficult for many to envisage:

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Stocks, Gold, Oil, the Dollar, and Inflation: A Potpourri in the Current "Unwinding of Debt" Crisis

We have seen the gold price peak at over $1,000 per ounce at the time of the Bear Stearns bailout, and decline into a correction afterwards. I have written on my website in previous articles for many months that I was expecting a temporary pause in the upward progress of the gold and oil markets, and in many other inflation hedge style investments.

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