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Ep. 527 Is Austrian Economics Unscientific Because It Doesn’t Conduct Experiments? / Tom Woods / 5th November 2015 Austrian economics is accused of being unscientific because it does not derive economic laws using the methods of the natural sciences. Does that make the Austrians dogmatic and unreasonable? PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LISTEN The post Ep. 527 Is Austrian Economics Unscientific Because It Doesn’t Conduct Experiments? appeared first on […]

Austrian Economics, Monetary Freedom, & America’s Economic Roller-Coaster / by Richard Ebeling via on 09/18/2015 20:05 For over a decade, now, the American economy has been on an economic rollercoaster, of an economic boom between 2003 and 2008, followed by a severe economic downturn, and with a historically slow and weak recovery starting in 2009 up to the present. Before the dramatic […]

WealthCycles Video Report – April 2015

Hello and Welcome to the April edition of the WealthCycles Video Report.  In this episode Mike covers all of the big events in the last month that point to a weakening global dollar standard.  If events like these continue at the current rate, it won’t be long before the dollar loses its status as the world’s […]

WealthCycles Video Report – January 2015

Hello and Welcome to the first WealthCycles Video Report of 2015.  We’re only three weeks in and 2015 has already produced some fireworks in the global financial markets. In this episode Mike gets us caught up on the events that will shape the rest of this year and beyond.  He covers: read more

WealthCycles Report – November 2014 is proud to introduce the new monthly video report for WealthCycles subscribers   Each month Mike will be recording a report of what he sees as the most important and interesting economic events going on at that time.  We think this new format will provide you with a lot more value by condensing the […]

Depressions Are Depressing

This chapter of Understanding money remains unfinished.  Still, I believe it is an important chapter because it shows how the good intentions of the Federal Reserve and the U.S. government were the sole cause of the global Great Depression.  I had covered 1930, 31, and the beginning of 1932 when I turned my attention to […]

Bumps, Dips, Bubbles, and Storms (Part 1)

I had to split this chapter from my first book, Understanding Money, into two parts because of its length. It takes you on the wild economic ride from the end of WWI, the depression of 1921, the Florida real estate bubble, through the roaring 20’s, and ends with the stock market crash of `29. The […]

Understanding Money

Guide to Investing in Gold and Silver was my first book to be published, but it was not the first book that I wrote.  My first book, Understanding Money, was never completed.  That project proved to be far too ambitious.  It was a massive undertaking to be written as a trilogy.  At the time I […]

An “Austrian” Bill Gross Discusses Credit Creation / by Tyler Durden / 09/03/2014 08:27 -0400 This month’s Bill Gross letter, notably shorter than usual, is as close to the bond manager discussing an Austrian economics worldview as we will likely ever see him: in brief, it’s all about the credit/money creation, with an emphasis on the use of proceeds of said creation under […]

Price Reflects Individual Values

The difference between ordinal and cardinal numbers explains how being “free to choose”—to individually value a good or a service or a security—is translated into numerals, or price. Consumers offer cash, bidding for other assets both at lit markets and in more common day-to-day exchanges. (A lit market is one where orders are displayed on […]