Counterfeit Economies - Prosperity at Risk - 3 Part Series

By: Gordon Long | Thu, Dec 6, 2012
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Monetary Malpractice has resulted in unprecedented levels of moral hazard and unintended consequences. This Monetary Malpractice has left global capital markets bordering on the precipice of becoming dysfunctional. This growing danger is reflected in the degree to which non-performing loans against malinvestments has become commonplace across a broad array of global economies and business sectors.

REAL Wealth and Income creation is in FREE FALL. Recovery will not come from more of past policies. Confiscation of wealth also known as:

..... has killed the developed world economies! For decades developed world governments and Keynesian economists have HIDDEN the unfolding demise of their private sectors and wealth creation.

A powerful study recently released by Harvard University, entitled "Prosperity at Risk", points out that business leaderships overwhelmingly see America's:

as the greatest current or emerging weaknesses in the U.S. business environment.

No amount of political spin will change the course of the economies of the developed world. Structural change must be implemented to restore incentives to produce and create wealth in the private sector.

In reality, private property has been abolished and capital will flee or go on strike until it is restored!

As wealth creation and economies fail, the redistribution of wealth and funding of inextinguishable and unpayable debt and entitlements has and will fall onto the printing presses (soft default of the printing press) and public (falling living standards as the value of the money they use and store their wealth in loses it purchasing power).

In this comprehensive three part series, Gordon T Long and Ty Andros are hard hitting, and call it out with over 90 slides to support their conclusions.

Counterfeit Economies - Part I

23 Minutes, 31 Slides

Counterfeit Economies - Part II

23 Minutes 28 Slides

Counterfeit Economies - Part III

22 Minutes, 31 Slides



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Gordon T. Long has been publically offering his financial and economic writing since 2010, following a career internationally in technology, senior management & investment finance. He brings a unique perspective to macroeconomic analysis because of his broad background, which is not typically found or available to the public.

Mr. Long was a senior group executive with IBM and Motorola for over 20 years. Earlier in his career he was involved in Sales, Marketing & Service of computing and network communications solutions across an extensive array of industries. He subsequently held senior positions, which included: VP & General Manager, Four Phase (Canada); Vice President Operations, Motorola (MISL - Canada); Vice President Engineering & Officer, Motorola (Codex - USA).

After a career with Fortune 500 corporations, he became a senior officer of Cambex, a highly successful high tech start-up and public company (Nasdaq: CBEX), where he spearheaded global expansion as Executive VP & General Manager.

In 1995, he founded the LCM Groupe in Paris, France to specialize in the rapidly emerging Internet Venture Capital and Private Equity industry. A focus in the technology research field of Chaos Theory and Mandelbrot Generators lead in the early 2000's to the development of advanced Technical Analysis and Market Analytics platforms. The LCM Groupe is a recognized source for the most advanced technical analysis techniques employed in market trading pattern recognition.

Mr. Long presently resides in Boston, Massachusetts, continuing the expansion of the LCM Groupe's International Private Equity opportunities in addition to their core financial market trading platforms expertise. is a wholly owned operating unit of the LCM Groupe.

Gordon T. Long is a graduate Engineer, University of Waterloo (Canada) in Thermodynamics-Fluid Mechanics (Aerodynamics). On graduation from an intensive 5 year specialized Co-operative Engineering program he pursued graduate business studies at the prestigious Ivy Business School, University of Western Ontario (Canada) on a Northern & Central Gas Corporation Scholarship. He was subsequently selected to attend advanced one year training with the IBM Corporation in New York prior to starting his career with IBM.

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