Monthly Archives: June 2016

Crossover Signals

The convergence-divergence indicator (like the MACD) has a crossover point. The crossover is a signal used to indicate the direction of the risk, which is a logical condition predicated on the futures now (existential determinism). “Brexit,” for example, is a … Continue reading

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Existing the Moral Measure

Positivists contend that philosophy derives for a purpose. It is not a causal identity but it does have an effect. Philosophy is constructed to, for example, justify the distribution of income and the consolidation of wealth that concentrates financial risk, … Continue reading

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Convergence with Natural Law

The concept of natural law, which has an ontological legitimacy, was used in medieval religion and philosophy. Once it became the centerpiece of natural philosophy, with the emergence of the scientific method (its success being its demonstrated, predictive utility to … Continue reading

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Knowing the Moral Hazard On Demand

Political-economy is a physical science. Since the two analytical dimensions are really integral, disintegration, to interpret the risk-value, referred to as the risk premium, results in consequences described as unintended but are, nonetheless, known to be “the risk.” Brexit, for … Continue reading

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British Sterling Gets Pounded!

Notice the MACD on US equities, yesterday, moving close to record highs, again. The short value moved above the long value to indicate momentum of a bullish trend against “slow capital investment.” Corporate profits have been declining for five straight … Continue reading

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Caveat Emptor

The rule is caveat emptor, whether it is banking or buying a burger. Even if there are legal authorities in place to protect consumers with a strict liability, it’s still a free market, after all. Liability is naturally measured by … Continue reading

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The Fiduciary Rule

As Democrats in the House protested resistance to common-sense gun control, Republicans brought to the floor elimination of the fiduciary rule. The rule is an administrative order now being tested by congressional authority. Stripping the rule of its legal, administrative … Continue reading

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