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How Will The ‘GREAT DEFLATION’ Impact Gold & The Dollar?

By the SRSrocco Report, The coming GREAT DEFLATION will impact the value of Gold and the Dollar much differently than what most analysts are forecasting.  Unfortunately, most analysts do not understand the true underlying value of gold or the U.S. Dollar, because they base their forecasts on information that is inaccurate, flawed or imprecise. This […]

What Nassim Taleb Can Teach Us

Authored by Jeff Deist via The Mises Institute, Nassim Nicholas Taleb does not suffer fools gladly. Author of several books including The Black Swan and Antifragile, Taleb is known for his incendiary personality almost as much as his brilliant work in probability theory. Readers of his very active Medium page will experience a formidable mind […]

“Hell To Pay”

Authored by Economic Prism's MN Gordon, via Acting-Man.com, Behind the Curve Economic nonsense comes a dime a dozen.  For example, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen “think(s) we have a healthy economy now.”  She even told the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy so earlier this week.  Does she know what she’s talking about?   Somehow, […]

Size Matters – No Country Should Be Bigger Than This

Submitted by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute, From the perspective of the state, one of the benefits of growing larger geographically is that bigness makes it more difficult for residents to emigrate or cross over borders to escape taxes.  In his writings on the origins of the "European miracle" that led to the continent's economic […]

The Austrian School Of Economics

Well, if you go back to previous periods in history, in the early Twenties, for instance, America had an economic problem, and believe it or not they raised interest rates, they balanced the budget. They had a terrible year or two in the early Twenties, but then they had one of the most prosperous and […]

Austrian School Of Economics

Well, if you go back to previous periods in history, in the early Twenties, for instance, America had an economic problem, and believe it or not they raised interest rates, they balanced the budget. They had a terrible year or two in the early Twenties, but then they had one of the most prosperous and […]

Jeff Nielson Critiques the Austrian School

Has this guy lost his mind? BrotherJohnF  

Video: Libertarianism and Austrian Economics

Investor Jim Rogers answers two questions relating to libertarianism and how he discovered Austrian Economics.Jim Rogers is an author, financial commentator and successful international investor. He has been frequently featured in Time, The New York Ti…