Sometimes you can beat the door down with efforts to get Federal and State officials to tackle problems, but at the end of the day, locals can best get the job done, quietly and quickly. A story in Monday’s New York Times bears this out. For example, San Francisco City Treasure Jose Cisneros noticed that families who finally took advantage the of...
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This is an amended version of earlier piece I wrote. It is amended because the commentary and cases supplied to me by multiple readers.
Given the confusion over applying the principles used in the making, transferring,...
In This Issue.
* Markets think the elections are good for the U.S.
* Gold loses $28 and probably more as the day goes on!
* Canada gets a renminbi hub!
* U.S. Trade Deficit soars to $43 Billion!
And Now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts.
Currencies & Metals Get Ambushed!
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Frenzied Financialization (Washington Monthly)
Roosevelt Institute Fellow Mike Konczal introduces the concept of financialization as a source of inequality, and lays out steps to reduce the financial sector's size and power.
Slow Growth and Inequality...
Let’s get this out of the way. I agree with Piketty’s overall conclusion in Capital about inequality, that: the distribution of wealth in many industrial nations is highly unequal, wealth concentration has been increasing; and there is a high likelihood that the extent of wealth inequality will...