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  • Re: The Beginning of the Next Business Cycle?

    Probability of Recession - Mike Shedlock Interesting chart. It appears highly sensitive and it is in real time (one quarter delay). The link to the source is in the article.
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by chloe732 on Thu, Oct 7 2010
  • Re: The Beginning of the Next Business Cycle?

    All that can happen from the Fed's actions are: 1) prevent malivestment from liquidating, 2) inject hot money into the system, but the system is not responding (no banking multiplier since banks aren't lending), 3) benefit the early recipients (bond market). New money then flows into stocks, gold and possibly commodities (real stuff, oil, wheat
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by chloe732 on Thu, Oct 7 2010
  • Re: Hayekian triangle for Human Capital?

    [quote user="mahsah"]There's a massive expansion of credit (student loans)... In a sense the structure of production is lengthening, quite visibly.[/quote] Yes. Your ideas are in line with my thinking on the subject. An expansion of credit, not based on real saving, but a fiat credit expansion, directed into student loans. Undergraduate
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by chloe732 on Thu, Oct 7 2010
  • Re: Economic Utopian Plan

    [quote user="MeeSeesBadIdeas"]This plan makes sure society works for everyone, like it is supposed to, and makes sure everyone has the freedom to carve out the individual life they want. It is the ultimate libertarian realization of individual freedom, autonomy and power.[/quote] Re-read the article I posted about the Khmer Rouge. I also doubt
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by chloe732 on Thu, Oct 7 2010
  • Re: Economic Utopian Plan

    [quote user="MeeSeesBadIdeas"]There is nothing in this manifesto that hinders the market process or capital formation.[/quote] In that case the manifesto should work just fine. No further discussion or debate is required. The forum members are wrong and you are right. Prosperity for everyone, if we would just implement The Plan.
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by chloe732 on Wed, Oct 6 2010
  • Re: Economic Utopian Plan

    We all are...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by chloe732 on Wed, Oct 6 2010
  • Re: Economic Utopian Plan

    yuberries, There is no foundation upon which this theory can stand. It is socialism dressed in a new suit.
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by chloe732 on Wed, Oct 6 2010
  • Re: Economic Utopian Plan

    MeeSees, Please go to the link in my signature. At least listen to the first eight minutes. Please study what Mises means by "the market is a process". You also should study what is meant by "capital formation" in the Austrian / unhampered market sense. I'm sure you can find articles about "the market is a process"
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by chloe732 on Wed, Oct 6 2010
  • Re: Hayekian triangle for Human Capital?

    Mahsah, What are you trying to explain by desegregating Human Capital? Perhaps it is related to something I have been thinking about. Human beings have time preference. For example, an unmarried man lives for today, prefers to consume now as opposed to save for the future. If he gets married, his time preference changes. He prefers to produce more
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by chloe732 on Wed, Oct 6 2010
  • Re: Will the dollar strengthens once more

    [quote user="JohnnyFive"]I trade currencies for a living,[/quote] JohnnyFive, Please contribute to these forums whenever you can. Your insights are greatly appreciated! I am trying to ride the Bernanke Put the best I can. I believe stocks, bonds, gold and commodities will continue to rise. I believe the Fed will never stop the printing. If
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by chloe732 on Wed, Oct 6 2010
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