Tag Archives: derivative value

More Extreme Indicators

When things get extreme it indicates a probability. Statisticians observe that extreme data points can indicate a probable trend, and in the case of financials, a decisional path. Weak economic data combined with a convergent yield spread in the bond … Continue reading

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सजावटी ज्यामितीय डिजाइन

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the invisible hand

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a windward expression

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Icahn a classmic

Retrenching the Social Contract (a political pattern impression) Notorious hedge-fund manager and corporate raider, Carl Icahn was made a special adviser to President Trump on regulatory reform. His recommendations, so far, will handsomely benefit his business. According to Objectivists, it … Continue reading

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Yielding to Arbitration

Dealing With the Temporal Argument Commanding a standard measure, like a minimum wage, hosts the risk, conservatives tell us. It demands deflation because it is not an objective, free-market determination of the risk. Immediately there is a temporal fallacy to … Continue reading

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Creating It On Demand

When hydrogen and oxygen combine to create water, we consider it to be a derivative value. It could be that hydrogen and oxygen derive from water, and some scientists suggest water is the most abundant thing in the universe. (Inquiring … Continue reading

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