Monthly Archives: September 2011

Benedictine University – “Illinois Back to Work” Program

Many of America’s greatest private universities, historically, have reduced tuition for locals and gifted students. Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Ludwig von Mises

Happy Birthday Ludwig von Mises Continue reading

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Economics on One Foot

So, can we explain the science of economics quickly so you get the basic ideas? Continue reading

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I am John Galt. Who is Bill Gates?

Donald Luskin, author of I am John Galt, answers which character would Bill Gates represent if he was in Atlas Shrugged. Continue reading

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Praxeology- The Law of Returns

For individual advisors, this concept should help when conversing with clients. We are trying to determine our client’s scale of values, what the client would be willing to trade to achieve their higher ranked values, and, if we are skilled, add goals that the client may be leaving on the table because they self-subtract them from our conversation. Continue reading

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Using the Wrong Tools to Make Decisions (A Math Thought)

This moment is not a moment for statistics or random or machines. This is an organic human moment for values. Continue reading

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Using Statistics to Help Make Better Decisions (football)

Innovation is so special that when you see it, you can’t help but be amazed. Continue reading

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