Tag Archives: derivative value

Deriving the Good from Bad Numbers

Home prices have risen to record levels, and the news is that home sales have dropped, unexpectedly. Attributing rising home prices to short supply has been suspect. If homes are hoarded, having been confiscated for resale due to a deflationary … Continue reading

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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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