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by Enduring Investments on September 22, 2009
A group participation exercise ahead of the Fed.
by Michael Ashton on September 21, 2009
Groupthink is alive and well, and suddenly people are trying to guess how dramatically robust the recovery will be. I think economists should grow up and think for themselves. Read more »
by Michael Ashton on September 14, 2009
Protectionism, as we learned in Econ 101 if not before, tends to lower output and increase inflation. Whoops. Read more »
by Michael Ashton on September 10, 2009
At some point, interest rates are going to begin to rise. But for several reasons, this time does not yet appear nigh. Read more »
by Michael Ashton on September 8, 2009
One of the Federal Reserve's tools that receives very little attention is their power to change equity margin requirements. That's because they haven't changed them since 1974. But maybe they should. Read more »
by Enduring Investments on September 3, 2009
Where's the math? Read more »