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The FedInflationMonetary PolicyPolitics
Supposedly, the "big news" is the decline of inflation. However, the monetary and political forces driving the latest bout of inflation have not gone away.
Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic PolicyThe FedU.S. Economy
In the global Ponzi scheme, thin air and deceit substitute for sound money. As hedge-fund manager Mitch Feierstein ...
The FedMonetary PolicyTaxes and SpendingU.S. Economy
While many economists claim that high overall debt levels can lead to economic recessions, irresponsible government spending and money expansion are the real culprits.
Big GovernmentThe FedInflationTaxes and SpendingU.S. Economy
Governments do two things: they grow and they deprive citizens of their wealth. That process has not changed for more than a century in the USA.
Economic PolicyThe FedMonetary PolicyU.S. HistoryWorld History
While the government promotes CBDCs as tools for "inclusion," it is more likely that they will be another vehicle for federal intrusion.
The FedInflationMonetary PolicyU.S. Economy
The "2 percent" inflation target is purely arbitrary, and mainstream economists can't agree on the "right" level. It's all folly, and Austrian economics explains why.
Economic PolicyThe FedWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History
The recent actions of the Federal Reserve are reminiscent of central bank activities in wartime.
The FedMoney and BanksU.S. EconomyMoney and Banking
While FedNow seems benign, there is the larger problem of the entire banking system itself being built on a foundation of sand. FedNow can only make that problem worse.
Booms and BustsThe FedBusiness Cycles
Rental prices are falling as the markets adjust to new realities. The Austrian business cycle theory explains why this is happening.
The latest rage in macroceonomics is modern monetary theory, whose adherents invariably resort to the motte-and-bailey fallacy. Advocating inflation is never a good idea.