Wealth Cycles Video Report - February 2015

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testiomials When the powers that be set up a game and you refuse to play it because you're such a moral person, you end up losing to all of the people who are immoral. This is why we all need to start pointing out moralities and immoralities and try to live better as a people.”

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WealthCycles Video Report - January 2015

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testiomials When small and medium-sized businesses are dying faster than they're being born, so is free enterprise. And when free enterprise dies, America dies with it.”

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Minimum Wage = Maximum Hardship

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testiomials The technology for machines to replace a lot of entry-level positions isn’t that far away. Raise the minimum wage and there go another million hamburger-flipping jobs.”

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WealthCycles Report - November 2014

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testiomials The minimum wage makes it so if you want to pay the kid down the street $5 an hour to mow your lawn, you're breaking the law.”

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Who Wants to be a Trillionaire?

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testiomials Professor Steve Hanke of Johns Hopkins University, developed a new methodology to measure the inflation and determined that the annual rate had actually reached 89.7 sextillion (1021) percent by mid November 2008.”

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Bumps, Dips, Bubbles, and Storms (Part 1)

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testiomials Real estate had become so overvalued it was destined to end badly, and most of the new millionaires the boom had created were now paupers once again”

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The Golden Rule - 1871 to 1913 Classical Gold Standard

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testiomials Then something magical happened... international trade and foreign investment exploded! Countries found it more advantageous for their economies to end the protectionism that was considered normal and engage their neighbors in trade. Barriers fell, tariffs were eliminated, and a new era of international business and prosperity was ushered in.”

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The Continental - The First U.S. Hypernflation

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testiomials "If in the pursuit of the means we should unfortunately stumble again on unfunded paper money or any similar species of fraud, we shall assuredly give a fatal stab to our national credit in its infancy. Paper money will invariably operate in the body of politics as spirit liquors on the human body. They prey on the vitals and ultimately destroy them. Paper money has had the effect in your state that it will ever have, to ruin commerce, oppress the honest, and open the door to every species of fraud and injustice." George Washington, January 9, 1787”

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Hazlitt Deconstructs Keynes on Natural Rate of Interest

It is a new era?

It is best to be a consumer, and "help to further trade"?

As we started in Big Spenders Not Key to Real Economic Health:

This audio clip from Henry Hazlitt's The Failure of the New Economics, starts with a Keynes quote on interest rates, and then Hazlitt corrects, as it goes in line-by-line fashion "unpacking fallacies" that oft share a common thread with the staccato of others found riddling the General Theory. In under 10 minutes it ends with Patrick Barrington's sarcastic poem "I Want to be a Consumer," published in a 1934 issue of Punch, mocking the prevailing economic thought of the time that would come to sweep away governments with the promise of miraculousity of magical money from nowhere.

 

 

 

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Is Kress already king of the oligarchs?

A fellow gold and silver enthusiast with excellent record calling most major stock market turning points since 1997, Clif Droke, writes:

While cycles are important, having the right set of cycles is absolutely critical to an investor’s success. 

We couldn't agree more, and as animals act en masse (and see: Silver, Gold, and the Future of Hunger and Slavery), with efficient market hypothesis assumption especially in a time of incredible manipulation, maths on price (rather than values) are not as useful. Further, as Mike Maloney oft quips, technical analysis is wrong at least 60% of the time.

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