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I’ve Always Been Pro-Buyback

This piece was originally published on November 30th, 2023. Overview: For many years, I’ve seen prominent investors criticize stock buybacks. In the worst examples, they’ve said buybacks provide only a one-time lift to earnings with no long-term benefit. Recently, investor Harris Kupperman, wrote about the subject of dividends vs buybacks and came out strongly in … Read more

November Subscribers’ Meeting on Energy With Mark Rossano of C6

Yesterday, we filmed the November subscribers’ meeting with Mark Rossano. He’s one of the best energy investors I know and we covered oil, gas, uranium, nuclear, green energy, and pipelines. The video is set to private and will be publicly available in a week. Premium subscribers are invited to view the video early by emailing … Read more

5 Things to Know in Investing This Week – The Freedom Issue

While Americans are focused on our own coming (and just passed) elections, Argentina had a monumental event. Using national ID and paper ballots, they were able to get votes counted the same night and found that a small-government capitalist in favor of sound money had won a huge and shocking victory. Here in the US, … Read more

Why Haven’t We Had a Recession Yet?

This piece was originally published on November 27th, 2023. Overview: Market pundits have been spending the last two years predicting recessions. The typical setup right now is they project it will happen in the next 2-3 quarters. Every week, I see pundits projecting a recession in 1H 2024. Many of them are the same people … Read more

Thanksgiving Appreciation

I’ve always thought Thanksgiving is an important holiday. There’s something admirable about having a day to reflect on the good things in our lives and to express gratitude. Apologies for not getting this out sooner, but I spent yesterday traveling and am writing this from the Tokyo airport at 6am. I’m a day late, but … Read more

5 Things to Know in Investing This Week – The Disinflation/Deflation Issue

The Disinflation/Deflation Issue We got lots of macro news this week featuring lower levels of inflation (disinflation) and in some cases, lower prices (deflation). Long-term, DKI continues to believe that excessive Congressional spending and the ensuing currency creation (dollar printing) will lead to long-term inflation and long-term higher interest rates. For now, there is increasing … Read more

Smart Question on MMT From a DKI Reader

Darren writes in with a question about modern monetary theory (MMT). It’s basically the fiat economics we’re accustomed to in the US and Europe. I’m an advocate for hard money and less government interference in the economy. Darren’s question is smart and right on target given all DKI has written recently on the disastrous inflation … Read more

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