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David A. Stockman is the ultimate Washington insider turned iconoclast. He began his career in Washington as a young man and quickly rose through the ranks of the Republican Party to become the Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Ronald Reagan. After leaving the White House, Stockman had a 20-year career on Wall Street.
Stockman’s career in Washington began in 1970, when he served as a special assistant to U.S. Representative, John Anderson of Illinois. From 1972 to 1975, he was executive director of the U.S. House of Representatives Republican Conference. Stockman was elected as a Michigan Congressman in 1976 and held the position until his resignation in January 1981. He then became Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Ronald Reagan, serving from 1981 until August 1985. Stockman was the youngest cabinet member in the 20th century. Although only in his early 30s, Stockman became well known to the public during this time concerning the role of the federal government in American society.
After leaving government, Stockman joined Wall Street investment bank Salomon Bros. He later became one of the original partners at New York-based private equity firm, The Blackstone Group. Stockman left Blackstone in 1999 to start his own private equity fund based in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Stockman is the author of numerous New York Times bestselling books and also provides private research and analysis to professional investors and firms globally through “David Stockman’s Contra Corner,” his subscriber advisory relating to investing, global economics, and public policy.
Stockman was born in Ft. Hood, Texas. He received his B.A. from Michigan State University and pursued graduate studies at Harvard Divinity School. He lives with his wife Jennifer Blei Stockman, and they have two daughters, Rachel and Victoria. He lives & works in the Miami, Florida metro area.
INFLATION NIGHTMARE: How to Protect Your Money in the Coming Crash by David A. Stockman
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CATEGORY: PERSONAL FINANCE / Investing / Current Events / Economics / Inflation
AUDIENCE: Mainstream, Financial, Conservatives, Republicans, Libertarians, Politicos & Anyone who wants to protect & grow their money
DAVID STOCKMAN IS A WELL-CONNECTED BESTSELLING CONSERVATIVE REPUBLICAN: Stockman will promote the book with a National PR Campaign, including both Conservative AND Mainstream Media, as well as speaking events at Presidential Libraries & Republican Clubs & Conservative Clubs. FUN(?) FACT(S):
The inflation rate for the 12 months ending January 2021 was 1.4%.
The Federal Reserve uses the federal funds rate to modulate inflation.
The Federal Reserve adopted an inflation target of 2% in 2012 following the global financial crisis.
"I urge everyone to read this important new book.”—Ron Paul, Host of Ron Paul Liberty Report
Americans are facing sticker shock at every turn: from the gas pump to the grocery store and every kind of consumer service. But the eye-popping price increases are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the threat to the country’s economic recovery. Inflation showers windfalls on the rich while penalizing workers, savers, retirees, small businesses, and most of Main Street economic life.
New York Times bestselling author and former investment manager David A. Stockman, who served as director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Reagan, explains the roots of today’s runaway inflation so investors at all levels can calibrate their financial strategies to survive and thrive despite economic uncertainty.
The Great Money Bubble covers the entire economic landscape, including:
Chapter 1: Washington’s Infernal Inflation Machine
An economist’s definition (classical, a la Friedman): Inflation is caused by central bank money printing, not by supply and demand for goods and services in the market
Inflation artificially increases the price of almost everything: goods, services, housing, stocks, other financial assets, collectibles and crypto
Different kinds of inflation
Core inflation vs. food/energy
PPI, CPI, inflation expectations, “stagflation”
Real world examples here, story format
What’s “normal” inflation? Is it necessary for growth?
Stockman’s thesis: Massive money printing is causing massive asset inflation in the form of stock prices that are not justified by earnings and interest rates that are drastically below what is needed to cover inflation and risk of loss, and it is tying up capital for long periods of time. Chapter 2: How do normal people experience inflation? How do you know if inflation is happening?
Stories > as in what an average person experiences to what happens to paycheck/dividends/savings accounts
Risk-free rate lower than inflation
What happens to your paycheck when inflation runs hot
Savings rates in the age of QE
Fed’s “hedonic adjustment” to hide inflation from ordinary people
Real world examples here, story format
How long you have to work to buy a good, such as a house or car
While all that was happening, ordinary savers are barely keeping up with inflation in their paycheck while any savings they have suffer from low rates
Examples and data illustrating the above, 1990s CD rates vs. today, etc Chapter 3: How to read the signs of inflation
Lessons from previous period (stories, not economic theory/economic policy)
How Reagan and Paul Volcker fixed the inflation disaster of the 1970s
The “Great Moderation” of low inflation and growth ballyhooed by Bernanke in 2005 was a ruse.
For consumers, goods inflation has been artificially cheap while services inflation has taken off. As China matures, goods inflation will catch up.
For investors, fiat credit has led to asset inflation, going to the top 1% as a massive, serendipitous windfall
P/E ratios are vastly inflated...earnings haven’t increased materially since 2007
Tech leaders have driven the indexes today for the most part (FAANG stock effect)
Projected capital appreciation is falling (according to Vanguard et al) and yet new market highs keep getting printed, over and over
Bond yields will go up, but bond prices will drop causing big capital losses
Similarly, financial asset inflation makes the carrying cost of debt dirt cheap, thereby encouraging households to over-borrow in order to make up for the shrinking purchasing power of their wages.
Chapter 5: The slippery slope for investors now
Essentially when the Fed finally gets cornered and it becomes apparent that inflation is no longer transitory, and it has to deal with America’s $85 trillion of combined public and private debt, there will be big corrections
Bond market is biggest bubble in history
Bond repricing will spread to the stock market
When all correlations fall to zero, as in 2007, “nowhere to hide”
Investors think high stock prices are sustainable because high P/E multiples are justified by ultra-low bond yields
Inflation-proof "real assets" investments
Growth Stocks that do well in inflationary times
What will in fact work: The role of cash and true hedges
Federal government is not going away
Treasury bills are safe, if lower rate of return: likely 2% to 4% return once Fed is forced to let interest rates rise to check CPI inflation Chapter 7: What Investments to Avoid and Why
Avoid meme stocks, tech stocks, flavor of the month trading, crypto schemes
Bubble thinking is a symptom of underlying sickness Chapter 8: Debt Strategy
What to do with any debt you might have/credit cards, mortgage, college loans, medical bills