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The CEO of PIMCO net worth is $4,000?
Three weeks ago my wife, Amy, and I sold our house and moved into a rental apartment. I believe the U.S. housing market is set to cool given the current level of prices and fundamental trends. Recent price gains have likely come primarily from rising speculation and âcreative financingâ because affordability is declining and inventories are rising. When asset prices diverge from fundamentals, I favor taking the other side of the trade â even if it involves moving. Amy wasnât thrilled about moving, but my sense is she will look back on our sale and view it as a good one
Global transfer of wealth from the West to the
Carol Browner, between her two tours of duty in Washington, served on the Commission for a Sustainable World Society, which is part of the Socialist International. At the Commissionâs September meeting in Stockholm, socialists are âoffering a different discourse, shifting the current economic paradigm towards one based on greater equity.â In other words, the Commission proposes a global transfer of wealth from the West to the rest.
The XXIII Congress of the Socialist International, held in Athens, Greece last summer, set out the way this transfer is to be accomplished:
The International believes that the global agenda for responding to climate change must be linked to greater efforts to reduce poverty; must include stepped up efforts to cancel the debt of poorer countries and to reduce trade barriers to provide developing countries with better market access; and must e…
It was the yen (and the Bank of Japan) that was also the single biggest source of cheap money,
which helped fuel the recent and unprecedented bull markets in stocks, real estate and commodities. But it didnât do it to inflate global asset bubbles. It did it in hopes of jump-starting its own depressed economy. So it offered investors the globe over the cheapest source of financing on the planetâ¦loans at near 0% interest. It was basically FREE money. And so irresistible was it, that investors came from everywhere to dip their toes into the deep waters of this enchanted money pool