Tag Archives: Peter Schiff

Is the Fed’s Exit Strategy Legitimate?

In his congressional testimony last week, Fed chairman Ben Bernanke suggested that the Fed might seek to exit its current strategy of quantitative easing by allowing bonds to mature rather than by selling them. As Hunter Lewis points out at … Continue reading

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Bob Murphy thinks Paul Krugman might just be an elaborate make-work project for market advocates, and I’m beginning to agree with him. Krugman lashed out again today toward those he refers to as the “Austrianish horde,” having this to say: …

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Zero Hedge once again hits the nail on the head, with this article about job creation in America. Over two years ago (and reiterated last year) Zero Hedge first wrote on what was and is an undisputed transition within the US labor force: a shift from …

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I worry sometimes that, when analysts, economists, and politicians discuss inflation, they place a lot of faith in numbers that are not as solid and objective as many people seem to believe. It seems that Peter Schiff shares my concern. …

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I don’t intend to turn this blog into a crucible for the writings of Paul Krugman (especially since Professor William Anderson over at the Krugman in Wonderland blog performs that task every Monday and Friday more successfully than I ever …

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