- June Market Commentary "There is no Education like Stress" published and emailed to subscribers. http://bit.ly/1Tm7MRB
- March Market Commentary “The Culture of Victimhood rescinds Personal Responsibility" published. http://bit.ly/2oziHh2
- August Market Commentary "Stability begets Instability as surely as Day follows Night" published and emailed. http://bit.ly/1Tm7MRB
- October report "From “Ramp Champs” in 2000 to “FAANG” Stocks in 2017" just published and emailed to the subscribers. http://bit.ly/1Tm7MRB
- July Market Commentary "Will Citizens turn their Rage towards Central Bankers?" published to subscribers. http://bit.ly/1Tm7MRB
- Nov report “There is a Time to Increase Cash Positions Even if there are few Alternatives to Asset Markets" publ. http://bit.ly/1Tm7MRB
- May Market Commentary "Is the Trump Tax Cut Euphoria Justified?" published and emailed to subscribers. http://bit.ly/1Tm7MRB
- Deflationary spiral in a commodity based currency
- "Dishonesty in maintaining sound money coincides with the absence of moral leaders and excesses in foreign military aggression,” - Ron Paul
- Question regarding copyright in Man, Economy, and State.
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Mises Thought Capitalism Would End at Some Point?
I just finished David Graeber's book, "Debt." It doesn't align 100% with my market views, but is full of anarchist brain-candy. Anyway, Graeber claims von Mises was among those believing capitalism is temporary. Google proved useless to verify this assertion: "Almost none of the great theorists of capitalism, from anywhere on the political spectrum, from Marx to Weber, to Schumpeter, to von Mises, felt that capitalism was likely to be around for more than another generation or two at the most." - Graeber Anybody know where Mises said this?