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Sean Corrigan

Sean Corrigan

Diapason Commodities

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • The Bull in the China Shop

    Published 21 May 2007 | viewed 4,355 times

    "Under present conditions, no sensible person can expect that owners of dollar balances will wait, undismayed, until the only liquid assets that are the counterpart…

  • Putting the Hayekian Horse back before the Keynesian Cart

    Published 27 March 2007 | viewed 3,768 times

    Attempting an Austrian-based macro-economic approach to the business cycle Abstract Mainstream economic analysis starts and often finishes with mutterings about what the 'consumer' will or…

  • Supply, Demand, and Shamanism

    Published 07 December 2006 | viewed 4,915 times

    For the better part of four years now, commodity prices have been rising as the unexpectedly rapid pace of urbanisation of Asia, running in a…

  • Commodities, Crises, and Cycles

    Published 27 November 2006 | viewed 5,809 times

    Though the secular force of globalization and the urbanization of large parts of the world in what some have called a 'second industrial revolution' seems…

  • Getting to the Bottom of It

    Published 13 October 2006 | viewed 4,299 times

        It is becoming somewhat inevitable these days, that whenever a group of analysts, traders, or investors gathers to discuss commodity matters, sooner or later…

  • What Does the High Price of Gold Mean?

    Published 24 May 2006 | viewed 7,663 times

    Speech given to the Gold Investing conference held in Geneva on May 18th 2006 Among the Anglo-Saxons, there is a school of thought called the…