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American seems always destined to fight for our Independence. There was that little matter with the British a couple of hundred years ago. Two World Wars, and numerous regional conflicts, whose aim, at least overtly, was to keep this country free …

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Yesterday we had the latest report on Housing Starts. That time is when construction actually begins. Foundations are laid and new homes start to come together. Exciting times. And for economists the unmistakable signs of a positive uptick in hou…

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Nov. 17, 2021

We Love To Borrow!

Americans simply love financial leverage. We use it in almost everything we do. When we buy a new home or car, we borrow. When we go to the store, it's easy to use those automatic check-out machines, and pay with a credit card. Most of our busin…

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It's clear, after yesterday, that Joseph Robinette Biden, would like to be known as the “Infrastructure” President. The person who built out many of the country's most needed work projects and vital links between cities and peoples. The …

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Saule Omarova, is President Biden's Nominee for the next Comptroller of the Currency. The Comptroller of the Currency is the chief regulator for all national banks and thrifts in the country. As such she would be perhaps the most influential perso…

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For 70 years, since 1950 every spike in inflation, like we're having right now, has been followed by a recession. Nine inflation spikes followed by ten recessions. The 1980 spike in inflation was so great, it was actually followed by two recessions…

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A free and open market is a wonder to behold. Producing abundance. The Free market, like the one developed throughout the 20th century in America, was a marvel of the ages. It produced goods at a rate that could only be dreamed of by our parents…

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Nov. 7, 2021

Selling The "Vax."

It's the sort of thing that just has to catch your eye: Moderna, the Covid 19 Vaccine maker lost an incredible 31% of its value this week. That's $43 billion wiped out in a single week, more than half of that on Thursday alone. So just what's happe…

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Welcome to the first day of a brand new quarter. A special quarter. In that, this is always the time when corporations come together to strive to reach their overall goals, and then to tell the world about their accomplishments. For the sales and …

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There are many who will miss the historic impact of yesterday. In the history of modern finance, this was as large a disconnect between reality and the market's behavior as we'll ever see. In the span of a day, we went from the euphoria of all-time…

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