Monthly Archives: September 2016

FREE-MARKET GEMS

The Debate in 3 min . . . The good, the bad, and the ugly. And then more bad and ugly. There wasn’t a lot of good. Hating on the TPP? . . . “Don’t” says Daniel Ikenson of Cato. … Continue reading

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FREE-MARKET GEMS

A bad case of the do-somethings . . . Price controls in times of shortage may be the easy political fix, but the economics (the reality) of price controls invariably means more shortage. Amerexit from NATO? (28:00) . . . … Continue reading

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FREE-MARKET GEMS

Ivory tower woes . . . Mainstream economics seems unable to bridge theory and practice. That may be because it’s rarely based in reality, says Mises. An economic model (4:00) . . . for foreign policy? Yes, says professor Abby … Continue reading

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World Class Investor Coaching and Dinner

Join us for an evening out where guest speaker, Todd Huizinga will explain the impact of Brexit on self-government and free markets globally. Schedule of Events 5:30pm – Mind over Money – Evan Vanderwey 6:30pm – Dinner – provided by … Continue reading

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FREE-MARKET GEMS…

Matson on equities (1:00) . . . Own them long term! Faith-based QE? . . . It’s ALL faith based, says Claudio Grass of Mises, and it’s a misplaced faith. SIX questions (2:00) . . . for Libertarians to consider … Continue reading

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