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The Zealous Pursuit of State Sponsored Wealth Destruction

The lifecycle of capital follows a wide-ranging succession.  It is imagined, produced, consumed, and destroyed.  How exactly this all takes place involves varying and infinite undulations. One generation may produce wealth.  While the next generation burns through it.  Various facets … Continue reading

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Why You Should Expect the Unexpected

The confluence of factors that influence market prices are vast and variable.  One moment patterns and relationships are so pronounced you can set a cornerstone by them.  The next moment they vanish like smoke in the wind. One thing that … Continue reading

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Chasing the Wind

Plebeians generally ignore the tact of their economic central planners.  They care more that their meatloaf is hot and their suds are cold, than about any plans being hatched in the capital city.  Nonetheless, the central planners know an angry … Continue reading

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What Fed Chair Powell Forgot to Mention

What are the chances of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell being wrong?  The chances he’ll be wrong on the economy’s growth prospects, the direction of the federal funds rate, and inflation itself?  Our guess is his chances of being wrong … Continue reading

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