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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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Resisting Higher Rates

When Volcker ruled the Fed, rates rose higher than they have ever been. Volcker ruled to reduce inflation, and most of that was due to the OPEC cartel. The Fed reacted to resist the risk of intendency that results from … Continue reading

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Not Yet Existent

The philosophy of the inexistence exists. It exists in the futures. Technicians assess the causes of the Great Recession without recognizing that trickle-down economic theory failed to deliver the money supply needed to pay the rents. Notice, as Jean-Paul Galibert … Continue reading

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The Binary Argument

Reducing the values to a binary argument allows for the hysteron proteron. When income consolidates into the top income class, there is less of the money supply to pay rising rents. The vast majority of the population ends up working … Continue reading

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