Grant's Interest Rate Observer

Grant's Interest Rate Observer Grant's Interest Rate Observer is an independent, value-oriented and contrary-minded journal of the financial markets edited by Jim Grant.

Hidden Forces
01/13/2020
Hidden Forces

Hidden Forces

Jim Grant, founder of Grant's Interest Rate Observer, explains why recent Federal Reserve interventions are more significant than mainstream market commentators realize, what the latest turmoil in the repo market is telling us, and why it matters for your financial future.

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 1/10: Price proppers
01/10/2020
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 1/10: Price proppers

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 1/9: 'Nar pow
01/10/2020
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 1/9: 'Nar pow

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 1/6: Under the hood
01/06/2020
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 1/6: Under the hood

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 12/10: From the clouds
12/10/2019
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 12/10: From the clouds

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 11/25: Liquidity check
11/25/2019
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 11/25: Liquidity check

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 11/22: Last call
11/22/2019
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 11/22: Last call

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 11/21: Real vision
11/21/2019
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 11/21: Real vision

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 10/17: Mystery train
10/17/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 10/17: Mystery train

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 8/26: Fiat accompli
08/26/2019
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 8/26: Fiat accompli

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 8/6: Bogey board
08/06/2019
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 8/6: Bogey board

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 8/5/2019: Shine a light
08/05/2019
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 8/5/2019: Shine a light

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 8/1: Heart of darkness
08/01/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 8/1: Heart of darkness

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/29: Auditing Potemkin village
07/29/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/29: Auditing Potemkin village

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/22: Modern monetary medicine
07/22/2019
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/22: Modern monetary medicine

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/19: Talking his book
07/19/2019
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/19: Talking his book

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/18: Three's a crowd
07/18/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/18: Three's a crowd

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/17: The Wire
07/17/2019
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/17: The Wire

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/16: Float upstream
07/16/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/16: Float upstream

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/9: Detergent needed
07/09/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/9: Detergent needed

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/3: Three musketeers
07/03/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/3: Three musketeers

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/1: Color me repressed
07/01/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 7/1: Color me repressed

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 6/29: Fill 'er up
06/28/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 6/29: Fill 'er up

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 6/27: Powderfinger
06/27/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 6/27: Powderfinger

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 6/21: Tricky Dix
06/21/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 6/21: Tricky Dix

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 6/20: Chickens counted
06/20/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 6/20: Chickens counted

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 6/17: Everyone's a critic
06/17/2019
Almost Daily Grant's

Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 6/17: Everyone's a critic

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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 6/11: Inspector Gadget
06/11/2019
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Just Released - Almost Daily Grant's 6/11: Inspector Gadget

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Really enjoyed watching your interview with Great American Brian Lamb on C-Span!
Buffett closed partnership due to price to value. FANG Folly New Nifty 50 you know how the 70s played out. Question due to technology, algorithms, and Bullishly Media along with warped RATINGS will this be prolonged or will Uncertainty have its day quicker? Knowledge is not Information. Dan
Sir Bubble? FANG is Folly but like 98-2002 cycle only five technology stocks made S&P 500 positive while the NYSE and Nasdaq leggers. Also Transportation Index is climbing. Trump Effect? Advance-Decline ratio positive. No Bears allowed on CNBC but is this the beginning of a Bubble Market average P/e around 19.5. Momentum and Multiples driving Market. Bubble? Can not Price in Uncertainty. Oil should allow households to spend witch increases earnings but they are Long on Credit which is a Tapeworm to income. Pundits spread FOLLY. Market correction but as humans we do not know the Future so Uncertainty remains. Bubble? When and who we take some air out? Earnings not Multiples. Dan Sent from my iPhone On Jun 24, 2017, at 7:55 PM, Dan Siddons wrote: What does CONGRESS do AND why are they paid for what they do? Moral Hazard starts at the top. Wether family, firm, or GOVERNMENT. EXAMPLE during HOUSING DOOM and the subsequent EXPLOSION, which cost taxpayers TRILLIONS in future SOCIAL Programs. Parents are responsible for their child's actions. If parent x gives son y a gun and " y" murders z. "Y" and in most cases " x" are held responsible and innocence until proven guilty. Same goes for employees of a firm. ENRON is a good example. Say LAY didn't know what FASDOW was doing because LAY thought the accountants (PARENTS) were " parenting." LAY should be held responsible. After reviewing 10k reports "blessed" by the ACCOUNTANTS, he would see FINANCIAL MAGIC at its best. Fast Forward ENRON and AUTHOR ANDERSON are gone, along with shareholders dollars, which brings in MOODIES and STANDARD & POOR, rating agencies (grandparents). Or BETTER yet FASTOW (child), LAY (parents), ACCOUNTANTS (police), RATING AGENCIES (state police). During this whole time of FINANCIAL MAGIC were was CONGRESS (DAD). Oh yeah that's right economy was BOOMING. We can thank 401k, mutual funds, day traders, baby boomers being feed DAILY "retirement is a number not an AGE." Which all started with the death of PENSIONS, and finally DOTCOM MANNIA. Now CONGRESS FINANCIAL COMMITTEE appears. Asking different questions, all dealing in one way or another about MORAL HAZARD. MY question IS why aren't they(CONGRESS) held lieable? Now if you read this far, here is my Answer and proposal to stop Moral Hazard. The proposal will answer the question. Only allow middle income class to contribute campaign dollars. Makes sense to me because a politician's mantra is: I represent "MAIN STREET." Actually I represent ME to get reelected and COMPANIES I recieve "DONATIONS" from. So thank you for your vote, but sorry you can't attend the 10,000 plate dinner. Polition "did I say that out loud" answer from another politician "yes but only I recorded it and shall use it against you, in the next campaign." Sent from my iPhone On Jun 24, 2017, at 7:46 PM, Dan Siddons wrote: https://www.facebook.com/dan.siddons.1/posts/284824731988562" Sent from my iPhone On Jun 23, 2017, at 5:58 PM, Dan Siddons wrote: Sent from my iPhone Your time is a valuable asset, so I will be brief. Mr. Grant I have been following you since 1994 when I was 15. I want to work for you. Thank You. Dan Siddons
What does CONGRESS do AND why are they paid for what they do? Moral Hazard starts at the top. Wether family, firm, or GOVERNMENT. EXAMPLE during HOUSING DOOM and the subsequent EXPLOSION, which cost taxpayers TRILLIONS in future SOCIAL Programs. Parents are responsible for their child's actions. If parent x gives son y a gun and " y" murders z. "Y" and in most cases " x" are held responsible and innocence until proven guilty. Same goes for employees of a firm. ENRON is a good example. Say LAY didn't know what FASDOW was doing because LAY thought the accountants (PARENTS) were " parenting." LAY should be held responsible. After reviewing 10k reports "blessed" by the ACCOUNTANTS, he would see FINANCIAL MAGIC at its best. Fast Forward ENRON and AUTHOR ANDERSON are gone, along with shareholders dollars, which brings in MOODIES and STANDARD & POOR, rating agencies (grandparents). Or BETTER yet FASTOW (child), LAY (parents), ACCOUNTANTS (police), RATING AGENCIES (state police). During this whole time of FINANCIAL MAGIC were was CONGRESS (DAD). Oh yeah that's right economy was BOOMING. We can thank 401k, mutual funds, day traders, baby boomers being feed DAILY "retirement is a number not an AGE." Which all started with the death of PENSIONS, and finally DOTCOM MANNIA. Now CONGRESS FINANCIAL COMMITTEE appears. Asking different questions, all dealing in one way or another about MORAL HAZARD. MY question IS why aren't they(CONGRESS) held lieable? Now if you read this far, here is my Answer and proposal to stop Moral Hazard. The proposal will answer the question. Only allow middle income class to contribute campaign dollars. Makes sense to me because a politician's mantra is: I represent "MAIN STREET." Actually I represent ME to get reelected and COMPANIES I recieve "DONATIONS" from. So thank you for your vote, but sorry you can't attend the 10,000 plate dinner. Polition "did I say that out loud" answer from another politician "yes but only I recorded it and shall use it against you, in the next campaign."
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