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Mark A. Pribonic

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Mark A. Pribonic is an adjunct instructor in economics and a trader for a financial institution.

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State Splendor and Public Poverty: From Rome to Washington

Other Schools of Thought

07/16/2013Mises Daily Articles
I imagined an ancient Keynesius etching a formula like C+I+G+X=Y in stone.
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Subsidized Grief

Free MarketsOther Schools of Thought

07/12/2011Mises Daily Articles
Why do some deaths garner presidential visits and — more importantly — taxpayer dollars for rebuilding and memorializing, while others do not?
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Stimulus, Savings, and Stocks

Financial MarketsMoney and BanksTaxes and SpendingFiscal TheoryInterventionism

03/06/2009Mises Media
As the president signs the trillion-dollar stimulus package into law, financial networks are abuzz with investment pundits speculating on what companies will benefit, and thus what stocks should be purchased. Such analysis makes an error of causality commonly found in equities research. It assumes...
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Stimulus, Savings, and Stocks

Booms and BustsThe FedFree MarketsInterventionism

02/23/2009Mises Daily Articles
The inflationary environment causes savers to divert savings from paper assets to the safer harbor of hard assets such as precious metals, commodities, or even goods used for daily use.
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Value and Stock Market Declines

The FedInterventionismValue and Exchange

10/22/2008Mises Daily Articles
The consequences of inflation, higher taxes, and more regulation that result from government bailout plans, however, are sure to make losers of us all.
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