Category Archives: Money
I recently came across a terrific Bloomberg On The Economy podcast with James Sweeney and Carl Lantz on “shadow money” — assets which are used as the equivalent of money during the snowball of the asset bubble / artificial boom. … Continue reading
Mostly on money and banking.
Ron Paul’s End the Fed is now shipping. “Rarely has a single book not only challenged, but decisively changed my mind. ” –Arlo Guthrie “Everyone must read this book — Congressmen and college students, Democrats and Republicans — all Americans. … Continue reading
George Selgin speaks at 10:40 into the video and Peter Schiff begins at 25:55 into the video. BONUS: Peter Schiff was right, and Ben Bernanke was wrong, wrong, wrong. So, which one studied Hayek? And which one was reading out … Continue reading
It’s impossible for a market economy to function non-pathologically when the backbone of the system — the communication transmission mechanism of money prices — is constantly short-circuited by an unworkable attempt at central planning. John Cochran explains. Quotable: A major … Continue reading