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BullionStar Financials FY 2018 – Year in Review

BullionStar continued to grow revenues during Financial Year 2018 (FY2018), recording total sales of SGD 177,832,269, which was a 1.8% increase over FY2017.Powered by WPeMatico ... [Read More]

A Precarious Revolution Is Brewing

Once again profound social and economic forces are changing the nation in ways that are difficult to understand in real time.The American Revolution arose not from politics but from rapid social and economic changes that revealed the precariousness ... [Read More]

How Many Economists Still Get Subjective Value Wrong

By: Per Bylund Subjective value is not objective. Sounds obvious, but the distinction is lost on most -- scholars and practitioners alike. People seem to think subjective value is simply a person's 'willingness to pay' a price. Well, it's not. ... [Read More]

The Right Not To Testify

[This originally appeared in Libertarian Review in November 1978.] Libertarians surely favor freedom of speech, that is, the right to speak without being hampered by the government. But the right to speak implies the right not to speak, the right to ... [Read More]

A College “Education” Has Little to do with Education

An old friend of mine, who taught political science for 25 years at the University of Colorado, was known to tell his students that the real reason they were there was to marry people from the right social class. While perhaps a little overly ... [Read More]

Why International Economics Theory Has Become Irrelevant

With the US–China trade war and the Brexit dealings making headlines around the world, debates about international trade are at a high point. Unfortunately, those wishing to turn to the theory of international economics for support and enlightenment ... [Read More]

MD vs NP: Patient Protection or Turf War?

A massive push to increase the number of nurse practitioners and physician assistants and to extend their scope of practice is under way. The stated goal is to address a real or perceived shortage of primary care physicians. This effort worries many ... [Read More]

My Interviews with Companies I Brought to the MIF

Below are links to the presentations of the companies I brought to the MIF in Toronto in early March, which are covered in my newsletter and are some of my favorites, as well as my one-to-one interview with each one of them.  You can just click on ... [Read More]

Price Anomaly Setup in the NQ

Our research team has been alerting our followers to a potentially deep price retracement setting up in the NQ and other US stock market majors.  Although the recent price activity has pushed to newer recent highs this week, as you will see in the ... [Read More]

Chuck Smells A Rat….

A Pfennig For Your Thoughts March 14, 2019 * Currencies & metals see Wednesday's gains wiped out * China slows down, as Trade War bears weight on their economy... Good Day… And a Tub Thumpin’ Thursday to you! A very restful day ... [Read More]

Daily Digest 3/14 – Facebook, Amazon and Google Have a 2020 Problem, The Tragedy Of Baltimore

Facebook, Amazon and Google Have a 2020 Problem JP Morgan escalates deposit wars with expansion into the heart of Bank of America country U.S. House technology panel heads seeks delay in 5G spectrum auction The U.S. Now Has More Millionaires Than ... [Read More]

Free Trade is Pro-Middle Class and Pro Family

The most sophisticated proponents of protectionism acknowledge the economic arguments in favor of free trade, but portray their position as transcending economics and the free traders’ superficial hunger for “cheap stuff.” These protectionists ... [Read More]

Small Businesses Are Key In Improving the Lives of Workers

While one often hears a lot of talk about the virtues of "mom and pop" shops (and the evils of "big box" stores) policy makers do remarkably little to encourage the growth and health of small businesses. While the federal government has created a ... [Read More]

What Sort of “Democracy” Do We Have If Everyone’s Goal Is Maximizing Their Government Swag?

The "marketplace" of individuals and entities all seeking to maximize their share of the central-state swag doesn't make a democracy.A democratic republic is a government in which power flows from citizens to their elected representatives. The ... [Read More]

Escándalo de admisión a la universidad: más injerencias de los federales

By: Peter G. Klein Al igual que con la investigación federal sobre el reclutamiento en el baloncesto universitario, el escándalo de admisiones a la universidad que se anunció ayer parece caer en la jurisdicción del FBI solo debido a los estatutos de ... [Read More]


It's been almost 100 years since Mises literally wrote the book on socialism. His arguments against central economic planning, still acutely relevant today, have never been refuted—in theory or dismal practice. Joining the Human Action Podcast to ... [Read More]

Natural and Neutral Rates of Interest in Theory and Policy Formulation

[This article originally appeared in the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics.] Interest has a title role in many pre-Keynesian writings as it does in Keynes's own General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money (1936). Eugen Boeöhm-Bawerk's ... [Read More]

Why I Am a Gold Bug!

Once again I attended and did a presentation at the MIF March 2-3, 2019, in Toronto, which you can watch in youtube (see below).  My presentation explains why I keep believing in gold and proudly call myself a gold bug. Click here ... [Read More]

College Admissions Scandal: More Meddling by the Feds

By: Peter G. Klein As with the federal investigation into college basketball recruiting, the college admissions scandal announced yesterday seems to fall into FBI jurisdiction only because of the overly broad mail and wire fraud statutes and federal ... [Read More]

Tuesday’s UK Vote Chaos: Will Brexit Never Happen?

We are closing in on the third anniversary of the UK’s referendum to exit the European Union. The decision by the British people on June 23, 2016, was overdramatically called by many as revolutionary, but it was significant without a doubt. In ... [Read More]