Gary Anderson's Talkmarkets Articles by Subject

I have written a lot of vetted articles that are exclusive** to Talkmarkets. Sorting a portion of them by subject will give the reader an opportunity to make sense of it all. For readers interested in economic subjects of the day, these 30 themes are my efforts to make understanding economics easier:

1. Housing bubble Causes:

2. Great Recession causes:

4. Hoarding the new gold (bonds):

5. New Normal and Economic Theory:

6. Helicopter Money:

7. Taper Tantrums:

8. Will Rogers:

9. Edward Lambert Effective Demand Limit (meaning growth is limited by labor share of GDP):

10. Liquidation by the Fed:

11. Trump Shock and Economists Selgin, Coppola and Lambert:

12. Basel Accords and China:

13. Attacks on Millennials:

14. Trump and Rural America:

15. Sovereignty and Cashlessness:

16. Reserve Currency and Triffin Paradox:

17. Eurodollars, Repos, and Jeffrey P Snider:

18. Brexit (Economic Benefits):

19. Self Driving Cars:

20. Blackrock and Bond Demand:

21. LIBOR Explained with Chart:

22. Japan and Perpetual Bonds:

23. GSE's (Fannie and Freddie):

24. Economic Alchemy (Turning Lead Into Gold):

25. Interest on Bank Excess Reserves:

26. Macroeconomics

27. Inflation and Reflation:

28. Recession and the Federal Reserve

29. Wall Street and the Fed:

30. Greenspan Conundrum:

Articles are exclusive to Talkmarkets if they are published on the site before being published elsewhere for 48 hours. Most of my articles on Talkmarkets are written to be considered "evergreen", or intended to be fresh articles even as time passes. Most subjects I have written about have proven to lend themselves to considerable lasting effect.

While I have supported some economic policy, it turns out that racism was a strong motivator for some of those policies. I oppose racism in all forms and prove my commitment by rejecting anything other than the Westphalia or Westfalia view of sovereignty, which is mutual respect for all nations by all other nations. Perverse sovereignty is as bad or even worse than excesses in globalization which gives banks power over governments. Both are ultimately bad for America. 


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