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David Rosenberg On The Depression, The ECB, MF Global As A Canary In The Coalmine...

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David Rosenberg On The Depression, The ECB, MF Global As A Canary In The Coalmine...

Consuelo Mack has just released a long overdue interview with David Rosenberg, in which the former Merrill strategist is allowed to speak for 27 whole minutes without commercial interruptions of manic depressive momentum chasers cutting off his every sentence, demanding he tell them what stocks he is buying right this second! In addition to the traditional now discussion of America's depression (see attached extended walkthru by Rosie), probably the more interesting part in the interview starts at minute 11 when the conversation shifts to MF Global which to Rosie is a canary in the coalmine, and is merely the 2011 version of Bear Stearns as there is "never just one cockroach." Then the Q&A shifts to Europe, the ECB's next steps and the future of the Eurozone and Germany in particular. Mack concludes with some thoughts on what bond rates indicate about the future of the word, how the 7% output gap as a % of GDP will drive deflation (although in a vacuum: there is little accounting for the Fed's and global central bank kneejerk reaction), and how the corporation is now more powerful than the sovereign, courtesy of more pristine corporate balance sheets than those of actual countries, all of which are on the verge. Will the IBM Stellar Sphere, the Microsoft Galaxy, Planet Starbucks take over when Europe and the US finally tumble? Oh, and like a good M. Night Shyamalan movie, there is a surprising twist ending.

And the associated pdf for those who wish to learn more.

Rosenberg 100611 - Not Your Fathers Cycle

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He makes no sense when suggests that he is long term bullish - essentially because it was really bad before and then it got better. But he has written and spoken numerous times that most of the last three decades growth was fraud and false prosperity since it was based on exponential debt creation. So is he then bullish on the creativity of a new generation of fraudsters? two thumbs down.

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