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International Risk Assessment

M&A across international borders has risen about 75% over the past two quarters. Since M&A protects firms from deflationary risk, while at the same time causing it, the increased activity tends to indicate a global financial crisis. The Bank for … Continue reading

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Rising Rates Against Demand Destruction

Rising rates against demand destruction is double the trouble. Rising rates, due to more demand for debt against negative equity, feeds the deflation monster and increases its appetite. Eventually it occupies more space than it can manage to contain (the … Continue reading

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A Speedy Recovery

Assuming the Risk of Addjective Reality Speed equals space over time. In other words, time is relative to speed. Time derives from speed. It is a derivative value that defines or delimits unlimited space with comparative (addjective) reality. Doing the … Continue reading

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