Monthly Archives: August 2010

If we can expect anything, expect change

Everything is a variable. Continue reading

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So, what does economics have to do with personal planning?

Self-regulating is what we do everyday. It is a natural response to our surroundings and opportunities. Continue reading

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Housing Market? Stock Market? Make It Easy For Me…

Let’s see what George Mason University professor Peter Boettke says about the housing market and stock market. Continue reading

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WSJ: The Man Who Predicted the Depression

With my previous post, this article dated November 6, 2009 appeared next to my post.  I highly suggest reading this article. As a student, I had an “a-ha” moment while reading Mises.  It really was really powerful.   Maybe you … Continue reading

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Credit and Economic Crises (Mises View)

I was searching for some information to support a position I have been thinking about.  I ran into this chapter from Ludwig Von Mises in his book “The Theory of Money and Credit”.   Keep in mind, this book was … Continue reading

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Academics and ‘Independent’ Investment Research

The challenge with any of these people is whether their findings pass the smell test. I have to admit, many times it is difficult. One of the questions every advisor must ask is whether the findings can be objectively replicated.
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Different Paths to Solving the Great Recession

What the U.S. is experiencing now is the unwinding of the malinvestment. Continue reading

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