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The Emergency Argument in Favour of Inflation by Ludwig von Mises

“The Emergency Argument in Favour of Inflation” is the title of chapter 21, section 4 of The Theory of Money and Credit by Ludwig von Mises. Mises published the first edition of this book in 1912. The emergency referred to … Continue reading

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The Federal Reserve and the US Stock Market

H/T Bill Bonner.

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The Bank of Japan – Ringing in the Endgame? by Pater Tenebrarum

‘It is the Keynesian mantra: the fact that the policies recommended by Keynesians and monetarists, i.e., deficit spending and money printing, routinely fail to bring about the desired results is not seen as proof that they simply don’t work. It … Continue reading

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Inflation-Spewing Dragon by Pater Tenebrarum

What is remarkable about the actions of central banks and their bought and paid for cheerleaders in academia is that they can manage to clothe their insane actions in respectable sounding jargon. Despite all of their elaborate econometric models they … Continue reading

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Pennies And Nickels: More Expensive To Mint Than To Use by Paul-Martin Foss

‘It’s not breaking news, but the cost of producing pennies and nickels is still higher than their face value. This has been an issue for the past decade, with no progress being made. If the US Mint decides to change … Continue reading

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The Tom Woods Show: Episode 540 – Left Attacks Rand Paul on His Fed Comments; We Respond

In this episode of The Tom Woods Show, Woods talks with David Howden about a column, written by an ignorant journalist, praising the fed. Howden is one of the bright stars of contemporary Austrian school economists and always provides good … Continue reading

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Going Nuts in Sweden by Pater Tenebrarum

It is funny how the “capitalist” US and “socialist” Sweden both require ever increasing amounts of money and credit creation to “boost” their economies. Maybe such “capitalist” and “socialist” systems are not so different. ‘Scandinavian NIRP Bubble A recent article … Continue reading

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