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Binyamin Appelbaum: The Problem With Modern Economics

Why do we have the economic policies we do today? These policies drive decision-making on Capitol Hill, corporate boardrooms, and on Wall Street. But who made them, why, and how

By Adam Taggart on Thursday September 12th, 2019
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Richard Sylla: This Is An Inherently Dangerous Moment In History

“The rates we’ve had in recent years, including right now, are the lowest in history. The book that I co-authored on the history of interest rates traces back to the

By Adam Taggart on Monday August 7th, 2017
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Bad Models Result In Terrible Outcomes

Recently I spent a month in Buenos Aries.  I went there to study the people, the culture and the economy of a prosperous land, filled with kind, well educated people.

By Chris Martenson on Saturday July 15th, 2017
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The Marginal Buyer Holds The Pin That Pops Every Asset Bubble

Those of you who took an Economics class in college may remember the saying that prices are set "at the margin". That's a fancy way to say that prices are

By Adam Taggart on Friday August 19th, 2016
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John Perkins: The Shadow World Of The Economic Hitman

If you're hoping to have a 'feel good' day today, we're about to owe you an apology. John Perkins, author of The New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, is someone

By Adam Taggart on Sunday March 6th, 2016
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