Bonus Quotation of the Day…

… is from page 81 of Thomas Sowell’s 1993 collection, Is Reality Optional?: Running left-wing movements has always been the prerogative of spoiled rich kids. This pattern goes all the way back to the days when an over-indulged and affluent young man named Karl Marx […]

Why Rothbard Endures

GET NEWS AND ARTICLES IN YOUR INBOXPrint A A Home | Wire | Why Rothbard Endures Why Rothbard Endures BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of Economics4 hours agoJeff Deist This week we celebrate the life of Murray N. Rothbard, born on the second of March […]

Stagflation Cometh

GET NEWS AND ARTICLES IN YOUR INBOXPrint A A Home | Wire | Stagflation Cometh Stagflation Cometh Money and Banking5 hours agoDoug French A gentleman who does work for us sent me a text recently saying the price of his supplies has increased 20 percent, […]

Chart of the Day – USDCAD – (March 1st, 2021)

The last month the USDSEK failed to hit a new low for 2021 which sets up a long term higher low. And with the pair looking to break the 8.4900 level the risk would be for a move back towards the 200dma and the 161% […]

Is Bernie Sanders Working Undercover for Racists?

My late, great colleague Walter Williams would have put the following point far more eloquently than I do in this letter to the Wall Street Journal: Editor: Suppose that a KKK Grand Wizard is caught on tape squawking out the following: “Compared to white workers, […]

Higher education sentences to ponder

We find that the WTP [willingness to pay] for in-person instruction (relative to a remote format) represents around 4.2% of the average annual net cost of attending university, while the WTP for on-campus social activities is 8.1% of the average annual net costs. We also […]

Risk-on after calm in bond markets, impressive ISM data, ECB slows purchases

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