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Global EconomyStrategyWar and Foreign Policy
At the urging of the United States, Germany and other European governments have levied sanctions against Russia. In reality, these governments have levied sanctions against themselves and their citizens.
Central BanksFinancial MarketsStrategy
Most government intervention into currency exchange rates create more problems than they solve. Japan's lost decades are a prime example of what can happen.
Booms and BustsInflationStrategy
The Fed is slowly increasing interest rates in the hopes that the economy will experience a "soft landing." However, there is no way to soften the blows about to fall on the economy.
Economic PolicyThe FedInflationStrategy
The Fed's suppression of interest rates in the USA didn't just affect this nation's economy. It also drove investors to seek higher interest rates in questionable investments.
Economic PolicyMoney and BanksStrategy
While African nations often are famous for corruption, poverty, and inflation, there is a way to bring dramatic changes to African economies: a gold-based currency.
Big GovernmentBureaucracy and RegulationStrategy
While we often concentrate on government agents' antiliberty actions, it is easy to overlook the shadow government of private business firms and NGOs that do the government's bidding.
Cronyism and CorporatismFree MarketsStrategy
While the antimarket and antilibertarian forces are strong, it is easy to forget that free market advocates also have a powerful set of tools.
We are regularly being told that we are in a "climate crisis." But what if that isn't true? What if CO2 actually is good for the greening of the planet?
Whether you need college in today's world of unlimited digital information is exceedingly subjective.
For now, the dollar seems to be doing well against other currencies, but how long will that last?