Inadvertently Picking the Highest Possible Intrinsic Price – Consumers Are Watching Scientists Too
What’s the price and why? How come all the sellers raised their price today when the oil barrel prices tanked this week, and OPEC increased supply, you might ask? Well, there is a lot more to pricing policy and pricing theory than meets the eye.Capital Flight Out of Europe – Where Might it All Go, We Are Talking Trillions of Euros
Where to put your money now might be what many European’s are asking? How can you hedge your bet against a collapsing Euro and Eurozone? Well, more questions than answers my friend, as it’s really hard to say.The Conscience Of A Restorationist, XVII
America’s founders provided the freedom to innovate, and their protection of the market economy provided the incentive. Throughout the world, news quickly spread that America was the one place in the world where you could not only create solutions to make life better, but you could also make a living (or a fortune) doing it. And as a result, the world’s best minds flooded our nation’s immigration rolls…The Conscience Of A Restorationist, XVI
If you want to improve the life of the average Italian, Brit, Egyptian, or Chinese, the answer is to restore America. When America is strong and prosperous, the rest of the world is stronger and better-off. When America leads with a robust free market, the rest of the world has some refuge, even from the collectivist power-grabs of some of their own governments. When America is, as Ronald Reagan described it, a “shining city on a hill,” the rest of the world has a beacon of hope, an example of how prosperity can be attained, and a strong helper when times are tough…How Can One Man Be Right So Many Times? Ask the Ghost of Milton Friedman, His Predictions Live On
As a self-proclaimed economist, I have my theories and know where I hang my hat. Over all, I’d say I am a Friedman Economist and agree that truly free-markets, free of crony capitalism are the best way to play it. This is why, I often side with Ayn Rand, Adam Smith, and Militon Friedman, and why I often recommend such books as; The Wealth of Nations, Fountain Head, Atlas Shrugged, Anthem, and Free to Choose. Okay so, let’s talk about the fiasco going on in the Euro Zone presently.Using NASA’s Ocean Current Visualization for Global Economic Flow Modeling
The other day, I was reading through all of the global financial news, as it is a hobby to study the financial flows of the world, and I noticed something rather interesting. The United States economic data, the Chinese economic data, and the economic data from the European Union all had something in common; they all published reports claiming to have decreased their trade deficits. Okay so let’s talk about this for second shall we?Economic Recovery: A Financial, Political, and Feasible Solution to the US Economic Situation
This article offers a potential solution to the economic challenges facing the U.S. It is a broad strategy employing tactics that are currently being used – but are currently uncoordinated. It calls for both government-led stimulus and austerity measures but it focuses on the most important factor in turning the economy around – an increase in job creation. This is seen as the most important factor because only broad consumer spending can provide the massive impetus required to restart the economy.The Conscience Of A Restorationist, XV
How does a pristine house fall into shameful disrepair? How does a shiny new car become a rusty junker? How does a bodybuilder, once a prime physical specimen, become fat and out-of-shape? The answer is that these things happen when we stop taking care of the house, the car, or the body… and then decay begins its work. Slowly. Progressively. One peel of the paint, one crack of the upholstery, one ounce of fat at a time…Tuition Protests Have Finally Gained Public Awareness, But What Can Students Do in the Meantime?
Student protests in Montreal have intensified, suggesting the debate over accessible education is far from over. However, as it stands now, the best option for students and recent graduates looking for ways to save money is to take advantage of student tax credits.In Europe, It’s 2008 All Over Again
Europe’s problems are reminiscent of the 2008 panic. Expect policy makers to do what they must, once they exhaust other options.When Global Socialism Hit the Brick Wall of Reality, This Time It’s Different – Really?
Long about the beginning of June it became evident that the ECB would either mushroom into a giant and controlling power, or the EU would fall into the economic abyss once more. It’s not like it hasn’t happened previously in history, it’s just that this time it would be different.