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Diminution of the Mnuchin

Treasury secretary Mnuchin recently said that Trump’s presidency has added trillions of dollars of value to the stock market. Mnuchin is referring to the “Trump rally,” which is a fraud. This kind of technical babble needs to be diminished. Minions … Continue reading

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Mnuchin Says No to Deconsolidation

Testifying before the Senate Banking Committee today, the treasury secretary told Senator Warren that a 21st Century Glass-Steagall would not break up big banks. In fact, Steve Mnuchin explained, a break up would reduce liquidity in financial markets. Illiquidity in … Continue reading

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Easing the Quantity

When we had the last credit crisis in 08-09, we went right to quantitative easing. QE is a well-established tool for returning us to “normal.” All the while, however, we were being told that it is “the new normal” — … Continue reading

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The Future of “Being” Over-Advantaged

When Pope Francis takes a vow of poverty he is, by comparison, saying that wealth cannot be fully appreciated without sharing it first, fully depreciated so that no one shall want. Francis is opposite the person that will depreciate the … Continue reading

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Existential Hypotheses

Remember that the regulator is looking for non-attainment (the inexistence). The regulated wants to be unregulated and enjoy the full measure of attainment. Dialectically, the ambivalence yields objective reality (the existence). Notice that the dialectic occurs imperatively. Objectivists are keen … Continue reading

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Dis-Integration of the Values

Disintegration occurs by consolidating industry and markets. The bigger you are the less risk you take. The reward increases but because the values are integral the reward is retributive. Identifying integral and derivative values is a function of pure logic…it … Continue reading

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Occupation of Space, Timing the Market

Utilizing a too-big-to-fail business plan occupies a lot of space. Occupation of so much space allows for timing the market. It makes the market so that risk can be avoided, leaving it for the crowd who, by definition, otherwise occupy … Continue reading

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