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Are we facing a similar recovery to Japan in the 1990s?

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colin_twiggs
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Richard Koo, author of The Holy Grail of Macro-economics, speaking at the Inaugural Conference of George Soros' Institute for New Economic Thinking:

Youtube: Richard Koo

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Apologies for the delay. Try this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6k0_a1JS5hU


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quote:

[Joseph Stiglitz], who called for the government to enact more stimulus to help get the economy out of a long-term malaise, was skeptical of more Fed action to support the economy. He said the central bank has flooded the market with liquidity, but that money isn’t flowing into domestic investment in the U.S. Banks are using the money to repair still-damaged balance sheets or funneling cash elsewhere in the world looking for better returns on investment, he said.




Wall Street Journal October 6, 2010.


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Jeremy Grantham slates the Fed's actions in the marketplace. An excellent interview that helps clarify the big picture.

CNBC interview with Jeremy Grantham


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Perhaps not the exact Japanese style recovery




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This may help give some perspective.

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Faster and faster






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A little more perspective.

This chart has both the Nikkei and the S&P measured in Yen. Both charts have been rebased to 1 at their respective pre crash peaks and then overlayed.



Most of the economic adjustments are occurring in currencies.

Beware the measuring stick. Nominally things may look better when measured with a shrinking US$ measuring stick, but the reality is not so rosy.

If Japan is indeed the road map for the US – than in “real terms” we can look forward to another decade+ of sideways/declining markets to purge the non-performing debt from the system and set a new foundation. In nominal terms anything could be produced – But nominal moves do not represent real prosperity and will be countered (by any free market) over time.







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Yes, it is aristocratic alchemy. Now you see it, now you don't.




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