Author Archives: MN Gordon

Will Your State Reject the Fed’s Digital Dollar?

Personal and political freedoms are inseparable from economic freedom. To this end, economic freedom is contingent upon an economy that transacts using honest money that’s free from coercion. Continue reading

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Gold Shines Bright

The mighty U.S. dollar spent a good part of the year beating up on other currencies. From January to mid-October, the dollar rose 13 percent against the euro, 22 percent against the Japanese yen, and 6 percent against emerging market currencies. Continue reading

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Opendoor: Buy the Ticket, Take the Ride

On February 11, 2021, the share price of Opendoor Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: OPEN) hit an all-time closing high of $35.88. As of market close on Thursday, the stock was trading at just $1.87. That’s over a 94 percent loss. Should you buy the dip? Continue reading

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Death to Zombies

Rising interest rates, no doubt, bring death to zombies. By zombies, we’re referring to those companies in the second camp that would have died long ago, if not for the sustenance of artificially suppressed cheap credit. Continue reading

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