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The Historical Roots of Banking Systems

on August 24th, 2016 by admin

Have you ever wondered why the United States has had 14 banking crises since the country’s inception, whereas Canada has had none?  Or why Mexico and Brazil has some of the riches natural resources on the planet yet the majority of its populations live in poverty.  I just finished reading an interesting book that answers […]

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Ancient History Teaches Us Valuable Lessons.

on January 17th, 2010 by admin

Our recurring economic troubles in this new year will probably get worse.  I’m not a pessimist, but the Obama Administration’s policies come from a school of thought that believes government can solve economic problems.  All administrations from Theodore Roosevelt to George W. Bush, all interfered with the economy in some way.  However none of these […]

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NO POSTS UNTIL AFTER NEW YEARS.

on December 9th, 2009 by admin

I’ve been a little lax in posting lately, although I have not stopped reading.  I am making a major move; due to the economy I have to move back in with my family.  Granted I prefer to be on my own, I cherish my  independence.  But, I have no other choice; and I appreciate my […]

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