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20 June – 5 July 2015

Discover free or discounted ‘have a go sessions’ in a huge range of sport, dance and activities across the city. 292 more words

Brighton Life

"What Is Money?" Part One: Candy

Everyone can remember paying less as a child for a soda or a candy bar.  Why, we ask?  The answer is normally “inflation.”   What if we were to take another lesson from our childhood and ask “Why?” yet again.  380 more words


May 23, 2015: On The Fence...

The market is having a tough time going higher. It is also having a tough time going lower. Volatility is low, valuations are high. Today we discussed the straddle as an options strategy for this type of market. 183 more words


More Yellen

Once again, Ms. Yellen demonstrates her complete unwillingness to see anything that she does not want to see. Hopefully when this is all over the profession of economics will take a serious look at itself.


GMO's James Montier: Bernanke and Yellen don't understand how the economy works

In this era of unprecedented, global monetary stimulus, markets hang on every word central bankers utter.

Central bankers, however, are less interested in financial markets. If you ask Janet Yellen, for instance, she’d say that the stock market is one “transmission mechanism” through which monetary policy affects the real economy. 780 more words


Switzerland: Ultimate Safe Haven For Liberty, Wealth And Gold

Re-Blogged From Gold Silver Worlds

I am often asked what we would do if, for example, the US comes out with a confiscation order. My reply is: We would do nothing whatsoever! 1,615 more words

Monetary Policy