Tag Archives: Interest Rates
Interest rates are low . . . maybe forever. So what’s the problem? asks the man on the street. The smart people at Mises have an answer for him. Freedom and the Civil Rights Movement . . . It wasn’t … Continue reading
There’s been a lot of talk about rates coming down even further. Ben Bernanke is going to be trading our short-term holdings in debt instruments for riskier long-term holdings. An article headline in The New York Times last week actually put it this way: “Fed Will … Continue reading
This graph shows the amount of our national debt in relationship to our GDP (gross domestic product). Gross Domestic Product is, in one sense, the income for our country for a given period, usually considered annually. It is the sum … Continue reading
Anyone who gives you their opinion about the direction of interest rates in the future is giving you just that – their opinion. I’m not sure any piece of information could be further from the realm of helpful. The problem … Continue reading
After the Crash webinar recorded 2-9-09 presented by Evan Vanderwey.