Category: Op Ed

When Genius Failed

January 8th, 2015
in Op Ed

Every once in a while a book from outside the discipline can help tremendously to make sense of the way how economists interact with the rest of the real world. Roger Lowenstein's book about "The Rise and Fall of Long-Term Capital Management" - subtitle: "how one small bank created a more »

Here’s Why We Know That Bernanke Knew He Was Wrong About QE, ZIRP, and Trickle Down

January 7th, 2015
in Op Ed

In November 2010 Ben Bernanke revealed publicly that boosting the stock market was part of the official economic policy of the US Federal Reserve. more »

America: Are We Still A Republic?

January 7th, 2015
in Op Ed, syndication

Written by Frank Li Are you ready for the 2016 Presidential election? Probably not! Most likely you are tired of the endless elections that result in little change, despite strident campaign slogans and promises by the candidates, or worse, big and neg… more »

The Year in Doom 2014

January 6th, 2015
in Op Ed

I have always thought that in revolutions... madmen, not those so called by courtesy, but genuine madmen, have played a very considerable political part. One thing is certain, that a condition of semi-madness is not unbecoming at such times, and often even leads to success. - more »

Runaway Dollar Could Make Deflation Unstoppable

January 5th, 2015
in Op Ed

I don't often feature technical analysis as the topic of the week. In this case, however, the Dollar Index is at a crucial threshold that deserves a drum-roll and our close attention. Notice the two tightly spaced purple lines near the top of the chart. These are 'Hidden Pivot' rally more »

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