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Monetary Activism

Sometime in the 1950s twentieth century economist Hyman Minsky developed his Financial Instability Hypothesis.  At the cornerstone, is the notion that economic stability breeds instability.  How’s that possible? As Minsky observed, financial crisis follow periods of economic prosperity.  These periods … Continue reading

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When the Stock Market Bubble will Burst

U.S. markets were closed yesterday in observance of Memorial Day.  But, nonetheless, we peered through our Economic Prism for hints and clues of what’s to come.  There are no bones about it.  We believe the bull market’s end is nigh.  … Continue reading

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Wealth Building for Pigs

Today we close our eyes, tilt back our head, and breathe deeply.  Not only do we breathe in oxygen…we breathe in something more: Perspective. We’ve never gutted a hog around here.  But, from what we gather, it’s a bloody mess.  … Continue reading

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Cal Worthington RIP

Today we continue our search for clarity in the muddy waters of economics.  We want to know what will happen tomorrow…today.  Moreover, we want to consider how to use our estimations of the future to our advantage. One way to … Continue reading

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