Newsletter - What Others Say Others Sayen-us2023-06-09T17:00:27.5006162-05:00Financial Sanity Others Say&newsletterid=15963/11/2013 12:00:00 AMDear Sirs, Just had to say to you thank you, thank you for your wonderful financial sanity.Comment on Cycle of Deflation Others Say&newsletterid=15922/15/2013 12:00:00 AMHello from Ireland again (i've mailed a few years over the past). I still enjoy checking your excellent site every friday morning.Cycle of Deflation theory Others Say&newsletterid=15901/18/2013 12:00:00 AMI'm sure that other regular readers of your commentary have noticed the term "beggar-thy-neighbor" showing up more and more in the press and online. It seems to validate the "cycle of deflation" theory you have posed for so long.Wonderful analysis that I have been reading for many years Others Say&newsletterid=15059/3/2011 12:00:00 AMI would like your permission to send a copy of your 8/25/11 market commentary to them since I agree that we are in a major credit/debt contraction of hugh scale and a good deal of the asset write-downs are ahead not behind us. irrespective of your answer I want to thank you for wonderful analysis that I have been reading for many years.Your Message is Loud & Clear Others Say&newsletterid=15038/25/2011 12:00:00 AMYour weekly commentary plus the weekly postings on John Hussman's site should serve as required reading for anybody trying to follow this market.Your message (much more concise than Dr Hussman's, I have to say)is loud & clear.Hi there from Ireland. Others Say&newsletterid=146112/3/2010 11:00:00 AM<P>Hi there from Ireland. I've been reading your blog every fri morning GMT and before when it was daily for a long time now and in my opinion it is one of the best things on the Internet.Commentary always insightful. Others Say&newsletterid=14193/9/2010 12:00:00 AM<P>I simply want to thank you for providing your frequent commentary on our economic outlook. It is always insightful.I love your work and the honest commentary you provide. Others Say&newsletterid=14112/2/2010 12:00:00 AM<P>First of all, I love your work and the honest commentary you provide. </P><P>My question is this: Of the $40 trillion in Individual and corporate debt, I was wondering if any of it is double counted? For example, all home mortgage debt is counted properly to individuals.I have read your updates for years. Others Say&newsletterid=14121/28/2010 12:00:00 AMDear Comstock Partners, I have read your weekly (prior daily) market updates for years. I find them to be outstanding for their thoroughness, easy to understand and accurate assessments."The Total Debt to GDP Trumps Everything Else" was superb. Others Say&newsletterid=14101/27/2010 12:00:00 AM<P>"The Total Debt Relative to GDP Trumps Everything Else" was superb. Henry Van der Eb, portfolio manager for the Mathers Fund (whom you probably know, given that you are both part of the Gabelli group) got me stewing about the consequences of excessive total U.S.According to the White House today the recession is over!!! Others Say&newsletterid=13838/7/2009 12:00:00 AM<P>According to the White House today the recession is over!!! Generally, when corporations want to determine consumers' desires or support for a product they conduct focus groups, which are ultimately skewed by the setting. We've found simple surveys standing in the grocery store with a cart just asking a shopper gives a much better response.Dear Friends Others Say&newsletterid=13512/13/2009 12:00:00 AMDear Friends, I have been religiously following your website and information since I retired in 2005. Thank God that you guys were here and I was able to protect my savings in 401k.Thank you for your thought provoking article. Others Say&newsletterid=134212/26/2008 12:00:00 AMThank you for your thought provoking article entitled "Putting it AllTogether." Couldn't have said it better. Like you, I have been shoutingout warnings for a number of years.Your Piece Today on Postwar Market Bottoms Others Say&newsletterid=133812/4/2008 12:00:00 AMTo me, the question is whether there will BE a cyclical market bottom this time.A case can be made for stagnation,with a deflationary bias.lasting many years,along the lines of Japan's experience.The enormous interference in the working of the marketplace by Washington ,to me, raises the odds on such a dismal outcome.Don't think I'll be betting my money on a typical cyclical market recovery for years.What do you think?? In any case, isn't it nice to have been right in the end??!!CHEERS BERNot Insane After All! Others Say&newsletterid=133110/31/2008 12:00:00 AMHi once again (I've been reading your comments for years now and have mailed you a few times) from Ireland. I'm not an investor just someone who studied economics (and then lectured it briefly) so have a real interest in the subject and I must congratulate you on your analysis over the years.Right On The Money Others Say&newsletterid=132710/9/2008 12:00:00 AMWow! the recent writings have been right on the money. Apparently, the economic guru's of the day have abandoned their posts as defenders of capitalist ideaology and rhetoric for socialistic bandaids (presumably taking a page from the former soviet union since spastic intervention has worked so well over there).You Are Not Missing A Thing Others Say&newsletterid=132510/2/2008 12:00:00 AMGentlemen, You are not missing a thing. I am a reader of the column for quite some time.From Costa Rica Others Say&newsletterid=13209/16/2008 12:00:00 AM<P>I just found this e-mail that was sent in May. A lot has manifested itself since.Good Column Others Say&newsletterid=13189/8/2008 12:00:00 AMCharlie good column. Trailing twelve months $52 is the lowest since the end of 2003, so to get to the same PE as then the S&amp;P has to drop 200 points to 1030..Correct Predictions Others Say&newsletterid=13128/15/2008 12:00:00 AMI read, with great admiration, your reports on the future downtrends of themarket. They were backed-up with strong facts and arguments and a consistenttrack record of correct predictions.You Guys Saved Me A Ton Of Money Others Say&newsletterid=13117/29/2008 12:00:00 AMHello, The dow transports have been steadily moving upward while the dow has beengoing down. Do you feel this could possibly cause the bear to be lesssevere.This Makes More Sense Than Anything I Have Read Others Say&newsletterid=13107/25/2008 12:00:00 AMThis makes more sense than anything I have read. I remember when the DOW was having a tough time climbing the 1000 level back in the late 70'sand finally the beginning of the bullmarket in 1982.Bigger Bubble than the Late 1990's Others Say&newsletterid=131312/8/2006 6:35:00 PMIt looks like an even bigger bubble than the late nineties to me,much more widespread and dangerous as hedge funds and derivatives have exploded.Not enough has been written about this.Perhaps you should tackle the subject.Another Stock Market Bubble Others Say&newsletterid=13144/1/2004 10:30:00 PM<FONT size=2><P>Good piece today.Hard to believe that ANOTHER stock market bubble has taken place (see TASR,MAMA,etc.)!!This time,it'll REALLY get ugly.</P></FONT>Happy Holiday Season Others Say&newsletterid=101812/23/2003 12:00:00 AMTo: Charlie & Marty,I know that many of your faithful readers regard you as dedicated bears, but I know your real identity and your avowed purpose... You are insightful, perennial realists who relish publishing information and forecasts based on factual analyses that put most contemporary market forecasters to shame.