Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Sound Money Blog

The Sound Money Project proudly announces new Program Fellows

September 8, 2014

We at the Atlas Network’s Sound Money Project are proud and excited to announce that three new Fellows and a Senior Fellow will be joining our team and helping to advance our mission of raising awareness about the problems of our current monetary system. These new Fellows include: Jerry L. Jordan, Ph.D. Dr. Jordan is […]

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Bitcoin: A New Medium of Exchange or a New Investment Vehicle?

July 21, 2014

By Tien Nguyen Bitcoin has been a significant innovation of electric money for the past five years and with a fascinating and breakthrough characteristic, it is undoubtedly true that Bitcoin is marking a whole new turning point in money’s features, particularly in money transaction. Bitcoin is the first decentralized digital currency and compared to other […]

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We are Taxed Enough Already

Posted by Jerry Jordan
July 18, 2014

Today’s T.E.A. party adherents have it right. We are Taxed Enough Already! So why is raising the inflation tax gaining popularity with policymakers around the world? The central idea of post WWII monetary arrangements was that the US dollar would be firmly pegged to gold at a fixed rate and the rest of the world […]

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Tough Questions for the Fed

July 17, 2014

This past week, Janet Yellen, chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, delivered her semi-annual monetary policy report to congress, confidently supporting the Fed’s ultra-low interest policies. While critics in the legislature and economists alike were quick to question her unabashed conclusions, market investors continued to exploit capital gains on their portfolios. In her recent article, published […]

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Why price inflation remains low?

Posted by Alex Chafuen
August 15, 2013

Dr. Allan Meltzer, brilliant economist and professor and founder of several think tanks and centers, answers the question: “Why inflation remains low?”  in “When Inflation Doves Cry”   He argues “The Fed has printed new bank reserves with reckless abandon. But almost all of the reserves sit idle on commercial banks’ balance sheets. For the […]

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