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Why a "Dollar" Should Only Be a Name for a Unit of Gold

Business CyclesMonetary Theory

Blog07/25/2016

No one prints dollars on the purely free market because there are, in fact, no dollars; there are only commodities, such as wheat, cars, and gold.

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Our Monetary System Favors the Rich and Hurts the Poor

Business CyclesMonetary Theory

Blog07/24/2016

Our monetary system encourages debt and punishes saving. It also benefits those who already have money at the expense of those who do not.

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Why A Brexit Crisis Is Not A Bust

Booms and BustsBusiness CyclesMoney and Banking

The UK's exit from the EU cannot and will not, in itself, trigger malinvestments and their subsequent inevitable liquidation through a bust.

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How the State Worsens Economic Inequality

Business CyclesCalculation and KnowledgeMoney and BankingPrivate Property

Blog07/12/2016

Our monetary system favors those who are already-wealthy at the expense of those who are only beginning the wealth-building process.

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The Lessons of the 1920–21 Depression

U.S. HistoryBusiness Cycles

Blog07/11/2016

James Grant has shown us how the only sure cure for depression is deflation and liquidation of overblown resource and asset prices.

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Newman, Salerno Join the Tom Woods Show

U.S. HistoryAustrian Economics OverviewBusiness Cycles

Blog05/05/2016

Following his article last week on ABCT and the Great Depression, Jonathan Newman, along with Joseph Salerno, joins the Tom Woods Show.

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Amazon = $3 Trillion?

Booms and BustsThe FedFinancial MarketsBusiness Cycles

Blog05/04/2016

Let us see how close this venture capitalist comes to putting a $3 trillion price tag on Amazon at its all-time high price.

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Home Prices Outpacing Official Inflation Rate, Household Income

Booms and BustsBusiness CyclesMoney and Banking

Blog04/29/2016
We've replaced saving with consumer debt (i.e., mortgages) and a hope that people can continue to make the high payments every month. It's not a terribly wise long-term economic strategy, but it's one the Fed is banking on.

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