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Could Market Complexity Trigger The Next Crash?

Complex systems are all around us. By one definition, a complex system is any system that features a large number of interacting components (agents, processes, etc.) whose aggregate activity is nonlinear (not derivable from the summations of the activity of individual components) and typically exhibits hierarchical self-organization under selective pressures. In today’s infographic from Meraglim we use accumulating snow and an impending avalanche as an example of a complex...

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Peter Boockvar Warns “If Central Bankers Get Their Way, The Global Bond Market Will Blow Up”

Via, Lars Schall interviewed Peter Boockvar. Peter is one of those rare and informed people in the investment space who really understands the history and role of Central Banks in general, the Federal Reserve Bank in particular, and their interactions with the financial industry on (government) policy. We are very pleased to have Peter Boockvar on board this month with his first Matterhorn Interview. We recommend a good listen below.   Transcript Lars Schall: Howdy,...

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David Morgan: We Are On The Precipice

Submitted by Adam Taggart via, Precious metals guru David Morgan returns to address the great threat to the global financial/monetary system from derivative risk. He sees the world at an unprecedented moment in history where the interconnected nature of the global economy makes all players vulnerable to the mind-boggling volume of outstanding derivatives, which makes the sum of all world equity + debt look tiny in comparison (if you haven't seen it yet, look at this...

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