Announcing Macro Watch: Richard Duncan’s video newsletter
Today, I would like to announce to the Rich Dad Community that I have launched a video newsletter called Macro Watch.
The goal of Macro Watch will be to anticipate the future direction of asset prices and economic growth by analyzing trends in credit growth, liquidity and government policy.
In the past, spontaneous forces of supply and demand drove the economy. It doesn’t work that way anymore. Today, credit growth drives economic growth, liquidity determines the direction of asset prices, and the government attempts to control both credit growth and liquidity to make sure the economy does not collapse!
Macro Watch will be published quarterly. Each issue will be approximately one hour long and will be broken into a number of separate video presentations.
In the first issue of Macro Watch, I explain why I believe the Fed will continue its policy of Quantitative Easing by creating between $500 billion and $1 trillion of fiat money a year in both 2014 and 2015; and I discuss how that policy is likely to impact the price of stocks, bonds, property, commodities and currencies over the months and years ahead. (Please see below the outline of Macro Watch: Fourth Quarter 2013.)
The cost of a one-year subscription is US$500. For the next five weeks, I am offering Macro Watch to the Rich Dad Community for US$250 for the first year. This offer will expire on December 31st.
To subscribe to Macro Watch at a 50% discount, go to:
Click on the box, “Sign Up Now.”
That will take you to the Checkout page.
There, two lines below “Checkout”, it asks:
“Have a coupon? Click here to enter your code”
Click on that and enter your code, which is: richdad
Then, after you fill in your billing address, check the “terms and conditions” box and hit “Sign Up Now” you will have immediate access to:
Macro Watch: Fourth Quarter 2013, and
Two video courses: Capitalism In Crisis and How The Economy Really Works
Future issues of Macro Watch will be uploaded onto my website near the beginning of each quarter.
Here is the outline for Marco Watch: Fourth Quarter 2013:
This video presentation considers the sources of the fundamental weakness in the US economy that have made Quantitative Easing necessary.
The Outlook For Credit Growth
Over the next three years, credit growth is likely to remain too weak to drive economic growth. This video explains why.
Liquidity Part One: Foreign Generated Liquidity
This video introduces the concept of Liquidity and looks at the impact that foreign-generated liquidity has on asset prices in the United States.
Liquidity Part Two: Domestically Generated Liquidity, QE
The second major source of Liquidity, Quantitative Easing, is discussed here. Scenario analysis is used to estimate how much QE will be required in 2014 and 2015 to make the economy grow.
Prospects For Asset Prices
This presentation discusses the prospects for asset prices in light of the analysis presented in the preceding videos.