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Economics In The Age Of Paper Money

Posted January 6, 2011

“Irredeemable paper money has almost invariably proved a curse to the country employing it.” So wrote America’s greatest economist, Irving Fisher, in 1911. Sixty years later President Nixon severed the

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THE FUTURE: AVERTING DISASTER

Posted December 22, 2010

The future – the happiness and prosperity of mankind – will be determined by how global supply and global demand are brought back into balance. If the means are found

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THE PRESENT: ON THE BRINK OF DISASTER

Posted December 15, 2010

The global economy is in crisis. Government intervention on a multi-trillion dollar scale is the only thing preventing a worldwide collapse into a new great depression. This crisis is structural,

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THE PAST: ABANDONED PRINCIPLES AND MISGUIDED …

Posted December 11, 2010

When I was born in 1960, the political leaders of the United States believed very strongly that it was their duty to balance the government’s budget and to ensure that

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How My Views Differ From:

Posted November 26, 2010

Keynesians Bernanke and the Monetarists Free Traders The Libertarians The Tea Party The Democrats The Republicans The Bulls/the optimists The Bears/the pessimists China Bulls China’s policymakers

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Economics In The Age Of Paper Money

Posted November 26, 2010

The economic ecosystem, laissez-faire and exogenous shocks. Globalization and the collapse in the cost of labor Three kinds of Inflation Why Interest Rates are zero: What determines interest rates in

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The Past: Abandoned principles and misguided…

Posted November 25, 2010

Policy Mistakes Unbalanced Budgets The End of Sound Money Promoting Trade with no concern for the balance of trade Financial Sector Deregulation Economic Management through bubble creation. Trade The collapse

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The Present: On the brink of disaster

Posted November 25, 2010

The Condition and Outlook for the global economy How is the GDP calculated? The breakdown of global GDP by country The Outlook for the US private Sector Personal Consumption Business

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The Future: What Must Be Done

Posted November 25, 2010

Understanding our starting point: the brink of disaster. The life raft analogy. What caused the Great Depression? Policy Options Cut government spending now Maintain current levels of government spending Increase

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Investment Implications

Posted November 25, 2010

What is Quantitative Easing? The most probable outcome A diversified portfolio Cash Flow: Make something and sell it. 2 – Why is audience important for college papers? 3 – Writing

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