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"In other words, you cannot accurately forecast a recession or financial panic by looking at either the announcement or the completion of the world’s tallest building"
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Europeans have long been fearful of the prospects of price deflation, but now that it has arrived they have embraced it.
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The Fed has been messing with interest rates for a century and suddenly they have forgotten how to raise interest rates?
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Is the Coast Clear? I don't think so.
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Skyscrapers Selling at Superlative Prices
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Joseph Salerno Interviewed on Gold Standard, Fiat Money...
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Mises Daily Wednesday by Brendan Brown
Milton Friedman once compared monetary stimulus to daylight...
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I am interviewed on Power Trading Radio about the Skyscraper Curse and Cyber Security Issues—Biggest Bank Heist in History!
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More evidence the future of Austrian economics is in good hands is Patrick Newman’s excellent piece of scholarship recently published in the QJAE as "The Depression of 1873: An Austrian Perspective."
According to a new report just out by McKinsey, global debt has increased by $57 trillion since the Great Recession, outpacing world GDP growth during this time period.