Today I am reading the book Intrepid by Bill White and Bob Gandt with a forward by John McCain.
This is a great book that recollects the history of the men and women who have served their nation about this ship. This is a fit read for this time and for this age. Today is Memorial Day as we intensify our memory for those who have died in our nation’s service, let’s remember them and their sacrifices every day… but set aside this day (or one like it if you live outside the US) as a time of special honor, emotion and gratitude.
This book is also a great read because the word Intrepid is described in the Merriam Webster Dictionary as: characterized by resolute fearlessness, fortitude, and endurance.
History has brought us to an era of change when we need to be intrepid.
Remembering the past can help us understand change and help us be intrepid.
The West has enjoyed decades of extraordinary expansion due to the Veterans of WWII. Yet old memories of war from the past tie us to the future we face now.
Memorial Day was originally called Decoration Day which began after the American Civil War to commemorate the fallen soldiers of the Civil War.
The power of Civil War memories taught me a lesson about how strongly the threads of history bind us to today.
Growing up as an Oregonian, the Civil War was just an idea… known only through history books and the “Red Badge of Courage” which we had to read in our high school sophomore year. An idea without emotion attached.
Then one day I conducted a seminar in Pascagoula, Mississippi and was talking about how the US economy grew after the end of the Civil War. One delegate jumped in with “Who the hell said it was civil and who the hell said it has ended?” After the seminar I asked the MD who had sponsored this seminar if that delegate was joking. My education was to learn that delegates really did still feel very emotional about that conflict. The doctor went on to add that he believed the North had been beating up the South ever since.
I found that hard to believe until I looked at the poorest states in the Union. That was over 30 years ago. Then I married a Georgia Peach. Merri was born and grew up in Macon, Georgia. Spending time there taught me new names for the Civil War… such as “War Between the States” and “The War of Northern Aggression”.
Over this ridge at our North Carolina farm and down a couple of hollows is the border with Tennessee. Some of our neighbors fly Confederate flags… very large ones… by their house… a tradition passed down from father to son in a long memory. They would agree with those different names.
There may be a point to their side of this memory. Today the ten poorest states in the Union based on rank by median household income are:
That’s a long memory… but not anywhere as long as some.
We can prepare for change by reflecting memories, long and short…and try to understand how those events remain woven into our lives today.
For example, let’s look at the recent JP Morgan $2 billion (or is it $3 billion) dollar loss. Let’s refresh our short term memory beginning with excerpts from a 2008 CNN article entitled “Where’s the bank bailout money?”: NEW YORK (CNN) — Banks have launched public relations campaigns to bring in customers and soothe nerves, with ads offering “peace of mind” and other promises.
Citigroup, along with JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Bank of America got the biggest chunks of the bailout.
But what’s not public is what they are doing with the billions in federal bailout money they’ve received — the money doled out through a $700 billion rescue plan so banks could start lending again.
CNN contacted the banks that were given the biggest chunks of the bailout: Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Bank of America.
The latter received $15 billion as part of the federal Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP).
Where the money went is not clear.
“We are using the TARP funds to build our capital and make every good loan that we can,” Bank of America said. The bank said it expects to release more information in its fourth quarter earning report.
Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo each received $25 billion — the largest amount given to any bank.
Then a January 21, 2011 Time Magazine article entitled “Big Bad Bankers” brought us up to date. Here is an excerpt: Banks are back. JPMorgan Chase recently announced that it earned $4.8 billion in the fourth quarter of 2010, nearly 50% over the previous year.
There is nothing inherently wrong with large banks making large profits. Yet the news from Wall Street is attracting the ire of Main Street, which continues to struggle.
While everyone else struggles, banks have been in a privileged position, benefiting from interest rates on short-term interbank loans (the mother’s milk of all banking transactions) of nearly zero and long-term rates above 3% plus fees. Because a functioning banking system is as essential to modern society as power plants and water, banks have been given every advantage by government.
I was able to see something like the JP Morgan’s fiasco coming because I recall this phenomenon well. I did not know specifically that JP Morgan would be the one… but what history suggested was that some bank who felt it would not be allowed to go out of business and was paying huge bonuses to its staff would really… really screw up. According to the news, losses of $2 billion could grow to three and even more. The Wall Street Journal reported that JPMorgan may lose $5 billion on its derivative business.
That recollection was of banking trends in the 1980s. Back then, the US was coming off a recession and the Fed was increasing liquidity and lowering interest rates just as they have been these last several years.
One of my readers… a real estate developer… went bankrupt when his lender jerked his line of credit. One investor or another claimed fraud and the poor developer ended up in criminal court. His defense lawyer called me as an expert witness.
I remember that Federal prosecutor. He did not like me at all… especially because I refused the defense attorney’s offer of pay. When he asked why… he suggested that the defense had put me up to this.
“Not true,” I replied. “I actually like to see justice”. The big banks were making all the bucks and the small developer was going down the drain. Then the system was blaming some little guy while the fat cats laughed in their country clubs. I did not like it then when bankers were using my tax dollars and my bank deposits to enrich themselves while they let the overall economic system down. I do not like it now either.
The reason banks were not making loans then and now is simple. The Fed is supplying the banks with reserves at a near-zero rate. Not much of this money is loaned to business or homeowners, because the banks can buy Treasury bonds that pay 3% to 4%. They borrow from the government at zero and invest the loan with the government for 3%. Wow, anyone could make money with that sort of deal!
Or worse. Why should bankers who are rewarded with performance bonuses pass Federal money on to borrowers when the banks can speculate instead and pump up their profits… and bonuses and make fortunes?
Here are short term memories we can reflect on about JP Morgan’s billions lost. According to numerous news reports the CEO of JP Morgan Chase Jamie Dimon took home $23 million last year.
Ina Drew who was in charge of the specific risk at JP Morgan Chase that created the billions lost earned $14 million last year.
Yet it is the nature of the income that creates the problem. For example according to numerous news reports, Drew’s base salary was a mere $750,000. Much of the balance of the extra $13,250,000 came in the form of cash bonuses and stock options.
The trader who was in charge of the JP Morgan team which actually placed these losing bets in London, Bruno Michel Iksil, is said to be one of the highest paid bankers in London… again because of bonuses.
JP Morgan thanks in part to the 25 billion provided by US taxpayers and the global economic recovery earned well in 2010 and paid 26,000 bankers worldwide a pay and bonus pot of around 8.7 billion in 2011, or $334,000 each.
The London Independent newspaper cited an unnamed senior JPMorgan banker as saying that Iksil’s actions were “bloody annoying” and said that it is “probably quite likely” that the 2012 bonus pool will be halved.
Long term memories show us repeatedly that human nature is such that money distorts society for the benefit of a few at the expense of many.
We can blend these short term with the longer term to spot the past weaving its way into our future. For example we can see how the banking problems in the 1930s are connected to banking imbalances now.
The 1930s Depression led to the creation of the Federal Housing Administration. The FHA helped create fixed rate mortgages by insuring them.
Then Fannie Mae created the first liquid secondary market in these mortgages and thereby freed the loans so lenders could make more loans.
Along with the 1970s recession came Ginnie Mae, another full faith and credit of the United States opportunity. Plus the US federal government authorized Fannie Mae to purchase private mortgages, and added Freddie Mac, to perform a similar role to Fannie Mae to help serialize private mortgages.
After the 1980s recession, Fannie Mae issued its first mortgage pass-through, called a mortgage-backed security and shortly after Freddie Mac issued the first collateralized mortgage obligation.
The government also passed the Secondary Mortgage Market Enhancement Act (SMMEA) to improve the marketability of private label pass-throughs so they could be legal investments equivalent to Treasury securities and other federal government bonds for federally-charted banks.
In other words, the US government has again and again thrown liquidity into every economic downturn. Now with its huge debt… huge and growing trillion dollar deficits and other obligations added to the European crisis, one has to ask how much do we have in reserve?
Have modern leaders left the current economy in a position to recover without another major cleansing? Will Western governments find a solution… again?
No one… no economist… no banker or investment manager… no bureaucrat or politician can guarantee the future. Therefore we cannot not rely on the government to look after us.
However we should not despair. We can (and should) look after ourselves and each other through service. Economic history since before WWI has been suggesting that we’ll see a crash in 2011 and perhaps 2012, but then will come to the light at the end of the tunnel.
This is a really important historical fact to consider. Our challenge at this time is not to rearrange our lives for doom and gloom but to broaden our horizons so that we are ready to launch into the next even brighter future.
This is why we need to be intrepid now.
This chart from Tradingeconomics.com (linked below) shows the connection between periods of zero or negative US economic growth and passage of these various government agencies and regulations to make it easier for the Fed to put money into the financial system.
In each case this did not resolve the problem. Instead new ideas… new technology and new social pacts created wave after wave of growth.
All the memories we can view suggest this will happen again. What will the technology be? What countries will lead the way?
I do not know.
I do know history suggests that those who are intrepid and approach the era ahead with resolute fearlessness, fortitude, and endurance are those who will benefit from the next economic cycle up the most and now is the time to become more intrepid.
Enjoy today’s holiday. We are living in the most prosperous time known to mankind through the valiant efforts of those who have sacrificed so much. It is with great gratitude that we look forward to sharing an intrepid future with you.
Enjoy the Good New DaysMany people yearn for a return to the good old days. This is a mistake. Those days are gone and will never return. Honestly they really were not that good. We would be sorry if they were here now. The future is better and for a special few the days, months and years ahead will be much better than the past. We plan to be among them and invite you to join us in an easier, freer, richer, safer world.
Soon you will be reading… again, about how instability in the US dollar threatens our lifestyles. The dollar, once the world’s reserve currency is burdened with debt and deficits that threaten economic and social order almost everywhere. This is nothing new. In fact, deterioration in the greenback is one reason for a seven decade downward spiral in your and my freedom. When we work hard and save carefully, but get less and less in return, we become boxed in. It’s a never ending rat race. This is a trap, a downwards spiral where the more dollars we get the less we can buy.
Learn how to have more freedom and time, less stress, better health care, extra income, greater safety and profit in your savings despite America’s deficits, debt and currency risk.
A downward spiral of the US dollar began the downward spiral of our freedom.
Fortunately there are secrets that will allow a few to live much better, free of debt and worry despite the decline in the dollar’s purchasing power. My wife Merri and I have traveled, lived, worked and invested around the world for nearly 50 years to gain this information. Let me share the basics of this data and how it can help you.
The first fact behind this secret is that things are really good in the western world. Despite the many problems, we are surrounded by more abundance and greater opportunity than almost anyone has ever enjoyed, anywhere, ever. To enjoy a fair share of this wealth, all we have to do is understand human nature and learn how to invest in the new economy, as it changes and becomes new, again and again. Merri and I have made seven huge transitions in the 50 years. Each has allowed us to always stay ahead of losses that the majority of Americans suffer. We are in another transition right now and want to share why and what to do so you can stay ahead and live a richer, independent life too.
The concept of democracy, as we learned it, has weakened, but we still have free will and do not have to let poor government, wars, economic and social injustice blur our well-being. We can still be free and responsible for our health, our income and our wealth. The majority of people blame on government and big business for economic failure. They want them to fix the problems, step back from the change and rebuild from what they perceive as ruin.
The few who succeed see change as a gift instead. No change is a guarantee that nothing gets better. Evolution brings destructive innovation but such change is not ruin. It is opportunity.
The change in the purchasing power of the US dollar is one of the greatest risks we have to our independence, safety, health, and wealth, but is also a chance for huge profit as i explain below. Though the greenback has been strong for a number of years, its strength is in serious jeopardy. The growing federal deficits increase the national debt and this with rising interest rates propels a growing debt service.
When the Dow Jones Industrial Average recently passed 20,000, another milestone of “20” took place that has a much darker meaning to your and my spending power. The U.S. national debt passed the $20 trillion mark.
The problem is that the Dow will come back down. National debt will not fall.
In the past decade US debt nearly doubled and the Congressional Budget Office estimates that the rate of debt will continue to rise for at least ten more years. That debt is all the debt issued by the US Department of the Treasury since 1790. In other words in the ten years from 2006 to 2016 the US government added as much debt as it had accumulated in the previous 216 years!
That number does not include state and local debt. That number doesn’t include so-called “agency debt ( debt issued by federal agencies and government-sponsored enterprises) which is “guesstimated” to be another $8.6 trillion or so. That dreadful number does not include the so-called unfunded liabilities of entitlement programs like Social Security and Medicare.
Do you feel burdened by personal debt? Well, add the Federal National Debt because per person it is over $60,000. If one adds in all the other debt each and every American owes over $100,000! For each family of four, our friendly Congress has added an extra $400,000 debt.
How can America pay this back?
The answer is they cannot. However there is good news. Payback actually does not matter. No one expects the US or any country to ever pay back all its debt. Isn’t that nice? We all owe $100,000 but don’t have to pay it back? Right?
Here is the bad news. Everyone does expect every country to pay its national debt service. This is why we know there will be a downward dollar spiral. You see when debt service gets too high, governments always let the purchasing power of the currency fall. It’s a dirty trick. Someone owes you a bunch of dollars every month and they pay it. The problem is those dollars buy less clothing, less food, less housing and energy and less everything.
Wait a minute isn’t that good for us? If we each owe a $100,000 but get to pay it back in devalued dollars, don’t we reduce our debt? Yes, but those are the same dollars we are paid with. Those are the same dollars that pay for our food, our clothing and our shelter. Those are the same dollars in our savings account so the reduced purchasing power lowers our standards of living too!
Go to the store. Buy some bread or, heaven forbid, some fresh vegetables like peppers or fruit. Look at the cost of your prescription or hospital bills. Do something simple like have your car serviced at an auto dealer. Look at the dollars you spend and you’ll see what I mean.
A huge dollar conundrum looms from the rising national debt service as well. During most of the last decade when the national debt was skyrocketing, interest rates were plunging and remained really low. Now rates are starting to rise as will the US national debt service. This chart from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) shows that debt service is expected to more than triple in the next ten years.
Largely due to the Federal Reserve’s aggressive efforts to keep interest rates low, the U.S. government is paying historically low rates on its debt.
The CBO projects, unless the law changes, US national interest costs will more than double over the next 10 years, rising from $270 billion in 2017 to $712 billion in 2026 and totaling $4.8 trillion over the period. Interest costs are expected to continue climbing beyond the next 10 years and are projected to be the third largest category in the federal budget by 2028 (after just Social Security and Medicare), the second largest category in 2046, and the single largest category in 2050.
These interest costs add up to trillions of dollars that won’t be spent on roads, on the military, on health care or the environment or schools. That rising debt service creates a vicious cycle that can only lead to a devaluation of the US dollar so the debt can be paid, but in phony terms.
The loss of the dollar’s purchasing power erodes our independence, our freedom and our savings and wealth as well.
At the same time, low interest rates by big banks and higher health care costs soak up the ever diminishing income and savings we have left. According to a Gallup poll, the most unpopular three institutions in America are big corporations & Wall Street banks, HMOs and Congress. Yet there is little we can do because these institutions are in control.
Over the last 50 years the average income for 90 percent of the American population fell. Our health system is restricted by a Kafka-esque maze of legislation and insurance regulations that delay, frustrate, and thwart attempts by patients and doctors from proper medical care. Big banks and corporations restrict our freedom of choice. The business customer relationships are no longer transactions between free equals.
Banks can trap us in indebtedness at every age from student loans to mortgages to health care costs. They pay almost nothing on our savings. They hide unexpected fees and payments in complex and unreadable documents. Banks and big corporations routinely conceal vital information in small print and then cheat. Weak regulations and lax enforcement leave consumers with few ways to fight back. Many of these businesses ranging from cable TV to phone and internet service to health insurance have virtual monopolies that along with deceptive marketing destroys any form of free market.
These same companies control the credit-scoring agencies so if we don’t pay unfair fees, our credit scores will plunge and we could lose the ability to borrow money, rent an apartment, even to get a job. Many consumers are forced to accept “arbitration clauses” in lieu of legal rights. The alternative is to lose banking, power, and communication services.
Big business has also usurped our privacy. Internet companies sell our personal data. Personal information is pulled from WiFi and iPhones track and store our movements. The government can access this information, sometimes without subpoenas. There’s a lot that we don’t know, often withheld under the guise of “National Security.”
The glow on Western democratic capitalism has dimmed… or so it seems. The US, leading the way, is still a superpower with economic, innovation and military might, but the institutions that should serve the people have become flawed or broken.
America’s infrastructure is in shambles. The nation’s bridges are crumbling, many water systems are filled with toxins, yet instead of spending more to fix this, we build more prisons. The 2.2 million people currently in jail is a 500 percent increase over the past thirty years. 60% of the inmates belong to ethnic groups. Not just non-white ethnic groups are suffering. Annual death rates are falling for every group except for middle-aged white Americans. Death rates are rising among this group driven by an epidemic of suicides and afflictions stemming from substance abuse, alcoholic liver disease and overdoses of heroin and prescription opioids.
America’s middle class is shrinking. Nearly half of America’s income goes to upper-income households now. In 1970 only 29 percent went to this group. How can we regain our freedom, our happiness and our well being in such a world? What can we do?
The answer to a better, freer life is to combine better health, higher income and greater savings for a happier, more resilient lifestyle.
Merri and I are in our 48th year of living, working, investing and researching to find and share ideas on how to have simpler, low stress, healthier, more affluent lifestyles. Our courses, reports and email messages look at ways to gain:
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Many readers use our services for just one of these three benefits. They focus only on health or on earning more or on investing better.
27 years ago Merri and I created the International Club as a way for readers to join us and be immersed in all three of these benefits. The International Club is a year long learning program aimed at helping members earn worry free income, have better affordable good health and gain extra safety and profits with value investments.
The three disciplines, health, earning and investing, work best when coordinated together. Regretfully the attacks on our freedom are realities of life. There is little we can do to change this big picture. However we can change how we care for our health, how we earn and how we save so that we are among the few who live better despite the dollar’s fall.
We start with better lower cost health care.
Club membership begins by sharing ways to be free of the “Secret Hospital Charge Master”. Just as governments hide truth behind “National Security”, big health care businesses hide medical truths behind “Charge masters”. Most hospital charge masters are secret because big business does not want us to know how much hospital costs have risen. Motivations beyond our good health, like corporate greed, want to keep us in the dark about health care cost.
Despite rising health care costs, a report from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention shows that hospitals are the last place we want to be for good health. One report shows that hospital-acquired infections alone kills 57% more Americans every year than all car accidents and falls put together.
Often, what patients catch in the hospital can be worse than what sent them there. Governments and health care agencies agree – antibiotic resistance is a “nightmare.” An antibiotic-resistant bacteria may be spreading in more hospitals than patients know. About one in every 25 hospitalized patients gets an infection and a 2013 report from the Journal of Patient Safety showed that medical errors are the third-leading cause of death in the country.
Along with the risk of hospital acquired illness and medical errors, the second huge threat to our well being… is health care costs, especially at hospitals. This is why charge masters are so often secret. There are few risks to our wealth that are greater than a hospital stay.
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In the 1980s, a remarkable set of two economic circumstances helped anyone who spotted them become remarkably rich. Some of my readers made enough to retire. Others picked up 50% currency gains. Then the cycle ended. Warren Buffett explained the importance of this ending in a 1999 Fortune magazine interview. He said: Let me summarize what I’ve been saying about the stock market: I think it’s very hard to come up with a persuasive case that equities will over the next 17 years perform anything like—anything like—they’ve performed in the past 17!
Club members receive a report about opportunity in the current strength of the US dollar is a second remarkable similarity to 30 years ago. The dollar rose along with Wall Street. Profits came quickly over three years. Then the dollar dropped like a stone, by 51% in just two years. A repeat of this pattern is growing and could create up to 50% extra profit if we start using strong dollars to accumulate good value stock market ETFs in other currencies.
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With investors watching global stock markets bounce up and down, many missed two really important profit generating events. The price of silver dipped below $14 an ounce as did shares of the iShares Silver ETF (SLV). The second event is that the silver gold ratio hit 80 and has remained near this level, compared to a range of the 230s only two years ago.
These two events are a strong sign to invest in precious metals.
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