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Cuba Isn’t Quite Ready To Ditch Communism

Cuba Isn’t Quite Ready To Ditch Communism

Despite significant moves towards capitalism,…

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Supply Side Economics

May 11, 2000 at 00:00

For your interest as I have recently been relating our current international monetary predicament to other historical challenges, below is a link to a good essay on the decisions surrounding…

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An Irrefutable Case For Gold

May 04, 2000 at 00:00

When I talk to people about gold, I get the usual replies: "We're not on a gold standard," "You're a sadist," "You are thinking so backwards," or my favourite, "That…

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The Five Finger Discount and Alan Goldspan Greenspan

Apr 16, 2000 at 00:00

Rolling correction? Not. What you have got here is a market, which is rolling over onto an unsustainable, unbalanced, growth and credit cycle. Unsustainable,because the more it grows, the more…

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The Big Gamble

Apr 03, 2000 at 00:00

The stock market, as you know, has obliterated all historical yardsticks ever drawn, and has deviated to the far reaches of extreme by any historically defined statistical distribution of price…