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Monthly Archives January 2015

Op-ed: The perils of monetary activism

January 7, 2015

Investors are seemingly bemused as stock markets continue to underperform in the New Year after “racking up double-digit returns for 2014.” But if the last few years have taught us anything, it’s that positive growth and optimistic forecasting doesn’t necessarily mean that all is well with the economy. As Dr. Judy Shelton points out in her new […]

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2014 Sound Money Rankings: the bottom of the list

Posted by Alex Chafuen
January 5, 2015

As several of the worse performing currencies are in countries where the government manipulates statistics and exchange rates, it is not easy to come up with a perfect ranking. Using the inflation rate is a good approximation. In Venezuela the official price inflation is over 60%. In Argentina statistics are so manipulated that it is […]

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