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Ronald-Peter Stöferle

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Ronald-Peter Stöferle is Managing Partner and Fund manager at Incrementum AG, based in the Principality of Liechtenstein. The company focusses on asset management and wealth management and is one hundred percent owned by its partners. Ronald manages a fund that invests based on the principles of the Austrian School of Economics.

Before becoming partner at Incrementum, he worked in the research department of Vienna-based Erste Group, where he started writing about gold in 2006. He gained media attention when he forecast that the price of gold would rise to USD 2,300/ounce at a time when the price was only at USD 500. His nine benchmark reports entitled "In GOLD we TRUST" draw international coverage and are read all over the world.  He is a lecturer at the academy of the Vienna Stock Exchange as well as at the Institute for value based economics. In 2014, he co-authored a book on investing based on the Austrian School of Economics. The English version of the book “Austrian School for Investors – Austrian Investing between Inflation and Deflation” was published in fall 2015.

All Works

Negative Interest Rates: How Low Can They Go?

Money and BanksMoney and BankingPolitical Theory

Negative rates can work because the opportunity cost of holding physical cash is not zero. Abolishing large banknotes further increases the cost.

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Ronald Stöferle: Austrian Investing

12/23/2016Audio/Video
What makes a good investor? Jeff Deist and Ronald Stöferle discuss Austrian economics and its application to financial markets.

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Interest Rates and the Marshmallow Test

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

People have a natural preference for having good things now instead of having them later. This is a problem for advocates of negative interest rates.

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Why We Need a Recession

Booms and BustsThe FedMoney and BanksMonetary Theory

01/20/2016Mises Wire
More credit expansion to keep the current easy-money induced boom going is only delaying the inevitable.

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The Fed Desperately Tries to Maintain the Status Quo

The FedMoney and BanksU.S. EconomyMoney and Banking

11/04/2015Mises Wire
Given the current state of the economy, the Fed appears quite unlikely to raise interest rates any time soon. But what will it do if the economy starts to really go south?

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