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¿Cuándo responderá el mercado de valores al colapso de la liquidez del 2016?

Financial MarketsMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog07/08/2019
Un factor importante que puede explicar la aparente contradicción entre el debilitamiento de los denominados fundamentales de hoy —y la continua marcha al alza del mercado de valores— son los cambios en la liquidez monetaria.
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When Will the Stock Market Respond to 2016's Liquidity Collapse?

Financial MarketsMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog07/08/2019

 A major factor that can explain the apparent contradiction between weakening so-called fundamentals of today — and the stock market's continued march upward — is changes in monetary liquidity.

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Velocidad del dinero y crecimiento económico

Financial MarketsMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog06/10/2019
Contrariamente al pensamiento popular, la velocidad del dinero no tiene vida propia.
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Money Velocity and Economic Growth

Financial MarketsMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog06/10/2019

Contrary to popular thinking, the velocity of money does not have a life of its own.

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The Essential Link Between Consumers and Financial Markets

Financial MarketsCalculation and Knowledge

Blog05/10/2017
Much like an entrepreneur, a good investor seeks to know how to best serve consumers — and then invests his money in firms that do it.
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Economic Reality Matters More than "Expectations"

Financial MarketsCalculation and Knowledge

Blog09/06/2016

Efforts to manipulate people into thinking the economy is good contribute to the ills brought on by the boom-bust cycle.

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Why Profitability Matters, and Market Forces Are Not Random

Financial Markets

Blog07/06/2016

The success or failure of investment in stocks depends ultimately on the same factors that determine success or failure of any business.

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The Yield Curve and Our Weakened Economy

Financial MarketsMoney and Banks

09/01/2014Mises Daily Articles
It’s difficult to envisage a downward-sloping yield curve in an unhampered market economy since this would imply that investors are assigning a higher risk to short-term maturities than long-term maturities. But in today’s economy, an upward or a downward sloping yield curve reflects the Fed’s...
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Did Bernanke Prevent Another Depression?

Big GovernmentThe FedFinancial Markets

04/20/2012Mises Daily Articles
The actions of Bernanke to revive the economy run contrary to the basic principles of running a company.
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Forecasting: The Model Solution

Financial MarketsMonetary Theory

03/16/2012Mises Daily Articles
We can, in fact, derive the entire body of economic theory, not from predictions, but from the realization that human actions are conscious and purposeful.
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