Monthly Archives: January 2012

Davos Hootenanny and Salvation Call

Despite the reformers endless efforts to encircle mankind, some persist beyond the broad extent of their casted net.  In the backwaters of the Republic, for instance, the distant rumble and flicker of Saturday night hootenannies still befall yonder the mighty … Continue reading

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Will Iran Kill the Petrodollar?

Will Iran Kill the Petrodollar? By Marin Katusa, Casey Research The official line from the United States and the European Union is that Tehran must be punished for continuing its efforts to develop a nuclear weapon.  The punishment: sanctions on … Continue reading

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The Stock Market, Explained

Despite an abundance of risk, the stock market continues to climb a wall of worry.  Obviously, with the European debt crisis, China’s economic slowdown, and posturing from Iran, the stock market’s rise defies all logic.  With all the known hazards … Continue reading

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Heating the Stove with Furniture

Several important economic data points from last month were revealed this week.  Industrial production and the producer price index were reported on Wednesday.  Then, yesterday, the consumer price index was reported.  Here are the particulars… According to the Federal Reserve, … Continue reading

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