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Meddling with Markets for Work and for Pleasure

The popular economic theme being reported by the popular press still remains.  That the economy is grinding higher.  That growth is improving, albeit slowly.  That blue skies are just over the horizon. Naturally we have some misgivings.  As far as … Continue reading

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Harvard Report Whiffs on Fed Price Fixing Scheme

This month the bright fellows at Harvard Business School came out with a new report.  A lot of work went into its preparation.  In fact, the report contains the culmination of five years of in-depth analysis of U.S. competitiveness and … Continue reading

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Why the Fed Destroyed the Market Economy

Swing voters are a fickle bunch.  One election they vote Democrat.  The next they vote Republican. For they have no particular ideology or political philosophy to base their judgement upon.  They don’t give a rip about questions of small government … Continue reading

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The Number One Factor Influencing Fed Monetary Policy

A brief scan of the financial and economic landscape – both in the U.S. and abroad – offers ample confirmation that we are in the midst of a great reset.  From a feint tickle at the turn of the new … Continue reading

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