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The Inflation Mega-Trend Ebook Download, Forecasts For Economy, Stocks, Gold, Emerging Markets...

Stock-Markets / Financial Markets 2010 Feb 23, 2010 - 07:03 PM GMT

By: Nadeem_Walayat

Stock-Markets

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleThe worlds economies swim in an ocean of inflation that is punctuated by occasional ripples of deflation which is illustrated by the perpetual upward curve of general prices as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI). Inflation in the long-run impacts on virtually all commodities and asset prices. The Inflation Mega-Trend ebook contains in-depth analysis for the aim of generating accurate forecast trends for Inflation, Interest rates and the Economy for 2010 and beyond, the implications of which have been further applied towards generating key financial market and investment trend projections. DOWNLOAD NOW -FREE - (Only requirement a valid email address).


The primary purpose for generating the analysis and investment conclusions contained within this ebook is to arrive at as accurate as possible conclusions for the target of enabling me to make definitive and conclusive long-term investment decisions for the management of my own investment portfolio. Analysis which I choose to freely share in an easily accessible and distributable pdf format. Therefore as you read this ebook, please do bear in mind that I am a trader / investor, not a journalist / writer, so yes, I will have made some grammatical errors that I seek your forgiveness for in advance.

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The Inflation Mega-Trend Ebook is broken down into 4 chapters. Chapters 1, 2, and 3 deal with fundamental economic analysis that builds towards the Inflation-Mega-trend conclusions. Whilst the fundamental analysis is primarily focused on the UK Economy, however the conclusions are just as valid for all of the debt ridden western countries and even apply towards the major emerging economies.

Chapter 4 takes the Inflation Mega-Trend conclusions and applies them to the financial and commodity markets where further analysis develops into precise forecasts and investment trends for major markets. I had originally planned for this to be the shortest chapter of the book, however it has grown to encompass half the ebook and thus could have become an ebook in its own right.

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  Introduction
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CHAPTER 1 - UK Inflation

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  Inflation Forecast 2009
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  The Inflation Mega-trend
3
  UK Retail Sales Signal Election Consumer Boom
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  M4 Money Supply Adjusted for the Velocity of Money
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  UK Unemployment
6
  Debt Fuelled Economic Recovery
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  Debt and Liabilities
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  UK Interest Rate Being Kept Artificially Low For Bank Profiteering
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  UK House Prices Continue 2010 Debt Fuelled Election Bounce
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  UK Producer Prices
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  Stocks Bull Market Signaling Strong Economy
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  British Pound to Wobble Lower During 2010
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  Conclusion and UK CPI Inflation Forecast 2010
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  U.S. Inflation Forecast
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CHAPTER 2 - UK Economy

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  UK GDP Forecast 2009 - Britain's Great Depression
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  Labour's 10 Year Economic Boom Bust
22
  Stock Market the Key Indicator of Economic Strength of 2009
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  Budget Deficit Cutting Solutions to Britain's Debt Crisis
23
  Bank of England Quantitative Easing Smoke and Mirrors Dangerous Game
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  China Leads the Way for Strong Global Growth
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  UK GDP Growth Forecast Conclusion
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  Mainstream UK Growth Forecasts
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CHAPTER 3 - UK Interest Rates

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  UK Interest Rates Forecast 2009 Recap
30
  Inflation and Economy Implications for Interest Rates
31
  LIBOR / Base Interest Rate Spread Analysis
33
  Banks Profiteering From Artificial Banking System
34
  Do UK Interest Rates Lead or Lag CPI Inflation?
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  UK interest Rates and M4 Money Supply Relationship
36
  UK Interest Rates and GDP Growth Trend Relationship
37
  UK Quantitative Easing Money Printing to Hit £275 Billion 2010
37
  Improving UK Mortgage Lending Feeding the House Prices Bounce
40
  British Pound Trends and Interest Rates
42
  UK, U.S. and Euro Interest Rate Trends Analysis
43
  UK Interest Rate Forecast 2010 - 2011 Conclusion
44
  Press and Economic Organisation Interest Rate Expectations
45

  Inflation Mega-Trend Conclusion and Opportunities From Crisis

You are reading this at the very beginning of the inflationary mega-trend that will probably culminate in an inflationary super spike many years from now, whilst many commodities have rebounded somewhat from the crash of 2008-2009, however we have yet to see the inflation mega-trend manifest itself in the various manipulated inflation indices of the world, especially as the consensus view amongst academic economists and the mainstream press is still that of DEFLATION. However once inflation manifest itself in these manipulated indices then watch as the wage price spiral kicks in and pushes fixed assets and scarce resource prices such as commodities to unimaginable heights over the coming decade.

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CHAPTER 4 - Financial and Investment Implications

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Agricultural Commodities Mega-trend

Stocks and Commodities have boomed following the March 2009 lows, but grains have NOT ! They are STILL trading near the lows and therefore the grains are presenting one of those once in a life time mega-trend buying opportunities right now ! Read on....

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     Population Growth
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     Global Warming Mega-trend
48
     Agricultural Commodity Trends
48
  Borrowers & Savers
50
  British Pound
51
     U.S. Dollar Bull Market
51
     British Pound Trend Forecast
53
  Emerging Markets Investing Mega-trend
54
     China
55
     India
58
     Russia, Brazil, Others
60
  Gold Analysis and Forecast
62
     Gold Trend in Sterling
66
     Silver Trend
66
     GLD and SLV ETF's
68
  Natural Gas Mega-trend
70
     Natural Gas in Dollars & Sterling
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     Natural Gas - Crude Oil Relationship
73
     UNG ETF Performance Relative to the Natural Gas Price
74
  Oil Price Inflationary Mega-Trend
77
     Peak Oil
77
     Crude Oil Technical's and Forecast
78
  Stocks Stealth Bull Market
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     2009 The Year of the Stocks Stealth Bull Market
82
     Economic Forecasts Applied to the Stock Market
88
     Stock Market Mega-Inflationary Trend
89
     Market Manipulation
90
     Stock Market Crash Again?
90
     Technical Analysis
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     Stock Market 2010 Trend Forecast ConclusionDOW Stock Market Forecast 2010
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  Stocks and Sectors Investing
93
     Dividends Value Investing Strategy
93
     Heathcare Sector
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     Metals and Mining Sector
96
     Oil and Gas Sector
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     Technology Sector
97
     Water Utilities Sector
99
     Disclaimer of Holdings
99
  UK General Election 2010
100
  UK Housing Bear Market Election Bounce
101
 
  About the Author
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By Nadeem Walayat

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Nadeem Walayat has over 20 years experience of trading derivatives, portfolio management and analysing the financial markets, including one of few who both anticipated and Beat the 1987 Crash. Nadeem's forward looking analysis specialises on UK inflation, economy, interest rates and the housing market . Nadeem is the Editor of The Market Oracle, a FREE Daily Financial Markets Analysis & Forecasting online publication. We present in-depth analysis from over 500 experienced analysts on a range of views of the probable direction of the financial markets. Thus enabling our readers to arrive at an informed opinion on future market direction. http://www.marketoracle.co.uk

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