By Casey Research
Important Questions of Long-Term Economic Outlook Answered
The just-released November 2008 issue of The Casey Report,
the flagship publication of Casey Research features detailed
analysis and long-term economic forecasts by leading economic
"Casey Research experts have identified and analyzed
the topics that will affect investors in both the short
term and the long term," said Olivier Garret, CEO of
Casey Research. "Our experts have examined the differences
between inflation and deflation and why it is crucial for
investors to understand."
Among the important features of the November issue of The
Casey Report include:
"The Greater Depression": Casey Research founder
writes "We're entering a downturn that is going to
deeper and different than the unpleasantness of the 1930's.
'Greater Depression' is almost entirely due to the
intervention of government into the economy. This intervention
three forms: taxation, regulation and currency inflation,
all of which
-- "What You Need to Know About Inflation and Deflation:"
Economist Terry Coxon explains the effect of each of these
aspects of business, including merchandising, labor, commodities
commercial real estate.
-- "The Crisis Continues": Chief Economist Bud
"the U.S. economy and the economies of a majority of
world are now in recession. And it's worse than that: by
any measure this is on track to become a global financial
global proportions unseen since the 1930's."
-- "How to Invest": "We believe that your
has to be capital preservation. That means overweighting
gold and cash while avoiding most traditional equities."
-- Unemployment: A compilation of key data shows that U.S.
claims are headed to the heights of 1980-82, the last prolonged
Casey Research continues to monitor these and developments
and produces unbiased, actionable investor information in
several publications. More information is available at http://www.caseyresearch.com