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When the phantom wealth evaporates and risk assets go bidless, cash will once again be king, for the simple reason there will be so little of it.
Occasionally it's a good idea to step away from the daily grind to consider the larger issues we all face --for example, the future of the money we earn and the bits we invest in something we hope holds...
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OPEC's oil giant has daggers drawn with Iran, is encircled by enemies, and now faces a failed state on its southern border...
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You’ve probably heard this quote in one form or another:

“Losers let things happen. Winners make things happen.”

Nobody knows who first said it. My guess is a high school football coach.

But I think it describes perfectly what it takes to be a successful businessperson. I don’t mean a slick-talking, Don Draper type. I’m talking about a hus...

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As the global economy slides into recession and the U.S. economy catches a cold, the blueprint for raising taxes will be dusted off in every state.
The blueprint for raising taxes in the modern era was first established in 1913 when the federal government instituted permanent income taxes.  Prior to 1913, income taxes were viewed as wartime...
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These four big themes will change the world - here we explain what they are and how investors can back them...
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Stanford Exposes Rodgin Cohen’s Myth of the Myth of Regulatory Capture

By William K. Black Quito: March 19, 2015

Sometimes the fates conspire to bring together two stories that when considered together bring that lightbulb moment.  The first story, dated March 18, 2015, is from the Wall Street Journal.  It overwhelmingly conveys...

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The Roundup for March 18th, 2015

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We travel back in time to the Soviet Union to hear some jazz!

International Politics

Overall

- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will still hold his position. So don’t expect him to be out of the U.S. picture anytime soon

- President Barack Obama, meanwhile, did not call Netanyahu to congratulate him on his election victory. In fact,...

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Riksbank cuts its main rate further into the red and will carry out fresh stimulus to dampen its currency strength...
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Borrowing in USD was risk-on; buying USD is risk-off.
There is a lively debate about the global demand for U.S. dollars:
Wednesday, 18 March 2015 |

The Value of the Right Ratio Is Zero

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The Value of the Right Ratio Is Zero

The public debt-to-GDP ratio is, perhaps, the most important measure used in discussions of the relative fiscal sustainability of nations. Nations with high levels of debt-to-GDP are viewed as having more serious fiscal problems than nations with lower levels. Nations having increasing ratios over time are...

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