News from Wainwright & Co. Economics

A new interview with David Ranson is available here:
David Ranson on Financial Spectrum with Bill Kearney, WKXL-1450, December 22, 2010

Wainwright also has released new resarch reports. Here are some interesting highlights:

Articles by Richard Salsman

Here are some recent articles by Richard Salsman:

The deflation myth, Financial Post
Where Have All The Capitalists Gone?, Forbes
The Virtue Of Lower Tax Rates On The Rich, Forbes

Filosofi: en innføring

Filosofi: en innføring av Vegard Martinsen er nå igjen tilgjengelig i bokform etter at den har vært ute av trykk i mange år. Bestill fra Lulu.

Internettutgaven er tilgjengelig her: http://filosofi.no/

John Tamny mentions Nigel Lawson on monetary policy

In this FOX Business video, John Tamny mentions how Chancellor of the Exchequer Nigel Lawson strengthened the pound by declearing it's exchange rate to the German mark.

Economic Recovery Dependent on the Dollar?
"Realclearmarkets.com's John Tamny on the outlook for the dollar." (12 Oct 2009)

New videos with David Ranson

Here are two video interviews with David Ranson of H.C. Wainwright Economics by Jonathan Chevreau, Financial Post:

David Ranson on inflation
"Economist David Ranson on why inflation-linked bonds won’t protect investors from inflation."

Protecting portfolios with gold

Salsman: "Altruism: The Moral Root of the Financial Crisis"

Here is a new article by Richard M. Salsman in TOS:

Altruism: The Moral Root of the Financial Crisis

Salsman: "Why They Won’t Leave Bad Enough Alone"

InterMarket Forecasting has published a new report by Richard M. Salsman. Read it here.

New Wall Street Journal video with David Ranson

Here is a great video interview with David Ranson of H.C. Wainwright Economics:

Tax Cut Better Than Stimulus
David Ranson, of H.C. Wainwright Economics, talks with Dow Jones Newswires' Simon Constable about the government efforts to jump start the economy and explains to Simon Constable why a tax cut would be better.

New articles on economics

Unilateral frihandel

Frihandel mellom land fører til større velstand og bedre liv for innbyggerne i de land som har det. Mange er i dag enige i dette. Men det er en utbredt oppfatning at frihandel må avtales bilateralt eller helst multilateralt, dvs. at man bare tillater tollfri import hvis andre land forplikter seg til å gjøre det samme. Unilateral frihandel betyr at et land åpner sine grenser for import fra alle land uten betingelser. Sannheten er at dette faktisk vil føre til større velstand for de land som innfører det enn de som ikke gjør det.

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