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Surviving the Destruction of America

Dr. Roger Moss and Daby Carreras are first time guests and Peter Boockvar return as guests on this week’s program. As CIO of a $3.5 billion fund, Peter closely watches macro economic conditions. Are the June 5.2% CPI & 7.3% PPI readings hinting at the start of a significant 1970s stagflation ahead of us? With the Fed painting itself into a ... [Read More]

Markets are Increasingly Manipulated

Because Michael Oliver had another obligation during my Tuesday radio show, I prerecorded him on Monday for my Tuesday show. As you will recall, on Monday the equity market smacked down very hard and as that was happening Michael confirmed that the ... [Read More]

New Honest Monetary Deposits Are Yours Now!

John Rubino and Michael Oliver return and John Watson visits first the first time as guests on this week’s program. As our global fiat monetary system is obviously facing destruction and the international banking system is facing seismic changes, ... [Read More]

Cuba: The Dictatorship and the “Blockade” Lie

Cuba is a dictatorship that uses terror and propaganda to repress its people. It locks citizens up, strips them of the most basic human rights, silences them, and confronts families using extortion and threats. The regime’s constant practices of ... [Read More]

Government Debt Is Starting to Look Almost as Sketchy as Payday Loans

As government seek ever larger amounts of debt to finance more spending, they're embracing huge debt levels in the way a broke consumer might embrace payday loans. In the end, we're left with nothing but a flimsy promise to pay.  Original Article: ... [Read More]

The Saga Continues: Venezuela’s 31 tonnes of seized gold at the Bank of England

In what’s becoming one of the longest running legal dramas in the global gold market, the saga of Venezuela’s ‘frozen’ gold in London continues to roll on, most recently reaching the UK Supreme Court in a 4 day court hearing between 19 – 22 ... [Read More]

The Moment Wall Street Has Been Waiting For: Retail Is All In

The ideal bagholder is one who adds more on every downturn (buy the dip) and who refuses to sell (diamond hands), holding on for the inevitable Fed-fueled rally to new highs. Old hands on Wall Street have been wary of being bearish for one reason, ... [Read More]

Market Implosion Inevitable

    Suddenly investors are panicked that inflation is taking over.  But what if they’re wrong? Well, that could be a costly mistake if they're betting their ... [Read More]

Mark Spitznagel: At What Price Safety?

By: Mark Spitznagel {Editor's note: Mark Spitznagel is President and Chief Investment Officer for Universa Investments. He has written about risk mitigation and "tail hedging" in his books The Dao of Capital and Safe Haven. He is a well-read ... [Read More]

My Case against Minimum-Wage Laws

We often hear these minimum wage laws are well intentioned. I cannot agree. Minimum-wage laws are evil in their methods (coercion) and evil in their goals (to make people believe they’re dependent on government).  Original Article: "My Case against ... [Read More]

Why Capital Goods Are the Key to Economic Progress

[This article is excerpted from chapter 18 of Human Action] If one were to measure the length of the period of production spent in the fabrication of the various goods available now, one would have to trace back their history to the point at which ... [Read More]

Why Friedman Was Wrong About Booms and Busts

In his attempt at explaining what business cycles are all about, Milton Friedman held that the economy’s output is bumping along the ceiling of maximum feasible output except that every now and then it is plucked down by a cyclical contraction. He ... [Read More]

Is Higher Inflation Temporary or Structural? The CRACK UP BOOM

  Join us for Part 2 of our series on the 2021 ‘In Gold We Trust Report’. In this episode, Mike Maloney and Ronnie Stoeferle address the issue of inflation - is it temporary, or is ... [Read More]

Was It Always This Way?

By: Robert Aro How well can anyone remember past Federal Reserve Chairs? There was Volcker, who allegedly solved the inflation crisis by raising rates and bringing about a recession. After Volker there was Greenspan who is still referred to as “the ... [Read More]

Matt McCaffrey: Austrian Business Strategy (Part 2): Principles

Austrian economics helps entrepreneurs to develop and implement more effective business strategies, and to open up streams of continuous innovation. As Joe Matarese, CEO of Medicus Healthcare Solutions, said about Austrian economics in relation to ... [Read More]

Why Progressives Will Never Accept Market-Based Medical Care

A recent article on this page highlighted a stunning situation in which a surgery clinic in Oklahoma City was able to offer outpatient procedures at less than one-tenth of what local hospitals were charging to third-party payment systems such as ... [Read More]

Secession and the Production of Defense

[Chapter 11 of The Myth of National Defense: Essays on the Theory and History of Security Production, edited by Hans-Hermann Hoppe (Auburn, Ala.: Mises Institute, 2003), pp. 369–413.] Few people object to the private production of shoes or rock ... [Read More]

Canada’s Left Is Pushing Some Albertans To See the Benefits of Secession

Talks of separatism are not just limited to the United States. When Canada is brought up in political discourse, it’s usually done to juxtapose its relative stability to the US. Often portrayed as the tamer, more socially stable version of the US, ... [Read More]

Jan Tinbergen, Pioneer of Central Planning

Once in a blue moon, the Austrian school attracts the attention of serious scholars outside of its tradition. In the months after Janek Wasserman at University of Alabama published The Marginal Revolutionaries in 2019, lots of Austrians revisited the ... [Read More]

America Is a Moral Cesspool, and Student Loans Prove It

If America somehow managed to educate millions of college students without burdening them with $2 trillion in debt in 1993, why is it now "impossible" to do so, even as America's wealth and gross national product (GDP) have both rocketed higher over ... [Read More]

Steven Phelan: Startup Stories

Recorded live at Mises University on 24 July 2021. Find Startup Stories: Lessons for Everyday Entrepreneurs at: Mises.org/StartupPowered by WPeMatico ... [Read More]