Friday, 18 August 2017

Dollar

Escape from the Central Bank Trap

Posted by Daniel Lacalle
May 10, 2017

Cheap money becomes very expensive in the long run. In my new book, “Escape from the Central Bank Trap” (Business Expert Press), I explain that central banks are using the same inflationary policies that led us to the financial crisis. However, this time, these policies put us at an even greater risk. The monster bubble […]

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Thoughts on Jefferson and the Dollar at Monticello

Posted by Gonzalo Schwarz
February 11, 2014

The following speech was given by Dr. Judy Shelton on January 30th, at the Jefferson Library in Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello: [Dr. Shelton] Thank you very much, very pleased to be here. It’s an honor to be introduced by Andrew O’Shaughnessy… I taught with your father, who is professor emeritus at the graduate business school at […]

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What Is a Dollar?

Posted by Gonzalo Schwarz
April 22, 2013

by EDWIN VIERA Mr. Vieira is an attorney specializing in constitutional law. He is the author of numerous publications on monetary law. This is a condensed version of the monograph “What Is a Dollar?,” distributed by the National Alliance for Constitutional Money. All rights to this condensed version are reserved by the National Alliance for […]

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2012 Currency Rankings In Terms of Gold

Posted by Devin Roundtree
January 2, 2013

by Devin Roundtree Now that 2012 has come and gone, here are the 15 most traded currencies ranked by their performance against the yellow metal. Among the top performers, the New Zealand dollar and Swedish Krona should not come as a big surprise; the central banks of both countries have gained a reputation for relatively […]

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We’re All Currency Manipulators Now

Posted by Gonzalo Schwarz
November 29, 2012

by Azizonomics The BBC reports: The US has decided not to declare China as having manipulated its currency to gain an unfair trade advantage. But the Treasury did say that China’s currency, the yuan, remains “significantly undervalued” and urged China to make further progress. In its semi-annual report, it said Beijing did not meet the criteria […]

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Is the Fed Playing Chicken with Inflation?

Posted by Devin Roundtree
November 9, 2012

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, consumer prices have risen only 2% since this time last year. But according to my eyes this is nonsense. For example, over the last month I have twice experienced the effects of large price increases with regards to America’s favorite poultry, chicken. During one weekend I was desperate […]

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