Gary Shilling

5 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Buy a House Right Now

Interest rates are at historic lows, and the housing market is showing signs of rebounding. Still, many people who want to are unable to get in on the action. But what if that's actually good for them? Here are five reasons why people with damaged credit maybe shouldn't buy a house right now.

The Missing Keys for America's Economic Engine

With U.S. consumers continuing their saving spree, repaying debts and remaining hesitant to spend like they did during the boom times of earlier years, there is little to indicate that there will be a meaningful economic recovery in the U.S anytime soon.

How the Bear Market Pundits Got It Wrong

The S&P 500 has rebounded 20% since its July 2010 low, which comes as bad news to perma-bears like Nouriel Roubini, Gary Shilling, and Bill Gross, all of whom predicted the opposite. This raises several questions about how stocks move, and why the pundits we hear say the things they do.

Gary Shilling on The Age of Deleveraging

Economist Gary Shilling, who correctly predicted the financial collapse, just released a new book, The Age of Deleveraging which explains why inflation is not what investors should be fearing, but rather deflation. Shilling also gives ten investments investors should now make.

Street Smart: Do You Know What Deflation Is?

Nobody likes paying more for goods and services. But deflation has instant emotional appeal: Who doesn't like a bargain? But deflation is a far more serious economic problem -- and, as we found, most folks don't really know why. Do you? If not, no worries: Economist Gary Shilling will explain the reasoning. [Video]

Inflation? Gary Shilling Says Deflation Is the Real Problem

Perhaps the greatest debate over the economy this year, has been weather the U.S. is in for a period of inflation or deflation. Gary Shilling explains why he believes deflation is the biggest threat and talks about what investors can do to protect their portfolios.

Making Money in a Deflationary Economy

With the stock market showing resilience recently, it appears that investors have forgotten about the threat of deflation. In this video interview, well-known market bear Gary Shilling warns that deflation is coming, and tells you what to invest in to ride it out -- and what to avoid.

Could Europe's Financial Woes Get Worse?

Economist Gary Shilling warns that turbulent times remain ahead for the Eurozone and the future of the Euro as a currency. He says the close financial links between the European countries of the north and south will lead to further financial chaos.

Gary Shilling: Advice for Investors Facing a Decade of Slow Growth Ahead

Gary Shilling has long been right about the economy, but being the bearer of bad news, Shilling's predictions are not always what investors want to hear. In this video, we speak with Gary Shilling about how his views were developed and, importantly, how investors should prepare for what he says will be sluggish economic growth ahead.

Gary Shilling: A Rough Ride Ahead for the Economy

The U.S. economy has been though the wringer and now Gary Shilling, president of A. Gary Shilling & Co., says things are not going to improve any time soon. In a video interview Shilling warns that we should brace for more hits to the economy. Here's what's coming and how to handle it.

Gary Shilling: Expect Housing Prices to Continue to Fall

Gary Shilling says the economy's engine isn't firing properly because three of its four cylinders are broken. Shilling discusses what must happen for the economy to rebound, with a focus on one of the four cylinders, the housing market. [with video]

China's Currency Move Means Hard Decisions Ahead

If you think China's decision to unpeg its currency from the U.S. dollar was a good move for both countries, Gary Shilling says don't believe it. The economist who saw the subprime crisis coming warms that the move isn't what it appears to be, and says it will have a number of unintended consequences.

Signs point to deflation ahead

With nearly $13 trillion in fiscal and monetary stimulus added to the U.S. financial system and economy, one would think inflation would be just...