John Mauldin

Articles by John Mauldin

An Especially Difficult ChallengeWWBD?Success Is a Problem—WWXD?Special OpportunityWashington, DC, and a Path-Dependent ScheduleTwenty-two years of tradition dictate I begin the new year by forecasting what lies ahead. Unfortunately, the...
No Blank SlateRunning HotMajor AdjustmentWhat Really Caused InflationThe Fed’s Real DilemmaWashington, DC, and Home for the HolidaysYou won’t be surprised to know I disagree with recent Federal Reserve policy choices. The Fed’s future...
Funding GapUnwieldy SizeIrrational ExuberanceUnknown TerritoryA Brief CommercialHome for the Holidays and Black-Eyed PeasWhy do we invest? Everyone has their reasons, but funding retirement may be the most common one. Whenever the time...
Inflexible, Fragile, and VulnerableImposing PainGradual TransitionReliable Energy Needs Reliable FinancingNew York, Dallas, and Lake GranburyIf I had to describe my last 500 letters in one word, it would be “complexity.” The older I get,...
Policy ChangesTrapped MoneyModified StagflationNew York, Dallas, and DinnersTo Jerome Powell and the Fed:It’s a lesson too late for the learning,Made of sand, made of sand. In the wink of an eye, prices are rising In your hand,...
Unneeded Fire TrucksSlamming the BrakesForce-Feeding LiquidityThe Right CourseWashington, DC, Maine, Colorado, and Personal LossesGreat news: The US economy is officially out of recession. We know this because the National Bureau of...
Capital Record: From Muddling to StumblingApolitical AnswersChicken or EggThe SIC Begins, Dallas, and New YorkWe did the first Strategic Investment Conference 18 years ago. I remember one of the partners in the firm that cohosted the event...
Recently I searched the Thoughts from the Frontline archives to see how often I used the word “bubble.” It was more than I thought, and I wasn’t quoting Don Ho. The bubbles I talked about were anything but tiny...
1971 MemoriesIQ TestsThe Jobs Problem Is Really a Data ProblemCloser to Traveling, Inflation, and College DegreesBig economic storms are rare and usually end quickly, but they tend to have long-lasting effects. Today I want to talk about a...
Assumptions and Guesswork


“The Tiniest Inconsistency”


Moving Parts


The Bias in Models


Retirement Meltdown


AI to the Rescue?


Puerto Rico and Dallas



Here in Puerto Rico we are now...

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