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Japan is in Trouble – US Treasury Department Trying to Catch up to Them

DKI has been speaking and writing about the financial issues facing Japan for more than a year. When interest rates were ultra-low, Japan took on massive debt totaling approximately 260% of GDP. That crushing debt load should have caused a financial collapse, but didn’t due to the lowest interest rates in recorded history including trillions … Read more

Is the Federal Reserve Going to Crash Japan?

This is an excerpt from the DKI July letter: DKI has written and spoken extensively about Japan’s financial problems. In a piece titled “Japanese Debt – We’re Taking a Victory Lap,” we provided links to our predictions that the Bank of Japan would eventually have to capitulate to market demands for higher rates. 10 Year … Read more

Japan – Has the Forecast Changed

  This post originally appeared on February 16, 2023 Mark Rossano and I predicted the problems at the Bank of Japan two months before they capitulated and raised rates. The New York Alternative Investment Roundtable hosted us today to see what we thought has changed since then. You can see the whole video here: … Read more

Japanese Debt – We’re Taking a Victory Lap

We told you last night that Japan was throwing in the towel on its (approximately) zero interest rates and was raising rates to defend the yen.  I read today that earlier this month, Morgan Stanley had predicted that Japan would hold the line on its debt through all of 2023.  While it’s hard to make … Read more

Japan Throwing in the Towel – Changes Policy

The Bank of Japan just changed its policy on interest rates.  The institution is using careful language, but we’re going to shortcut it for you here.  They’re raising interest rates in order to defend the yen.  The BoJ had previously held the line on negative/zero interest rates which was hurting the value of the yen, … Read more

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