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Populist Measures on Demand

In the US, there is a protectionist program in place. Many political economists and business analysts said it would cause inflation and unemployment. These analysts, however, currently describe economic conditions in the US as favorable, or good. Supposedly, economic conditions … Continue reading

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Risk-Asset Management and Risk-Adjusted Returns

Politics and economics are separated for analytical purposes. Advocating an ideological bias is often the purpose, intending to manage the probable risk associated with the distribution of value. In the era of the scientific method, analysts tend to argue the … Continue reading

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DOJ to Approve Disney/Fox Merger

The difference, according to DOJ’s anti-trust division, is whether these firms are competitors. Whether there is a difference is the test. Whether harm will be done is also a test and the DOJ looks at the utility of the merger … Continue reading

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Accelerated Risk

Stock-price indices are currently volatile because, naturally, there is a reversion to the mean. The reversion is a function of space over time, which is the formula physics uses to calculate acceleration. In the world of financial risk, which affects … Continue reading

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What Is Actually New!

President Trump attributes the DOW above 25k to his policy program. Yes, we have a new number, and it has an attributive value. The President is using the new number to support the value of the tax-cut program he signed … Continue reading

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The Measurable Pinch of SALT

State And Local Tax authority (SALT) is an important element of HR-1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Eliminating the SALT deduction is controversial because some states in the US pay more taxes than others at the state and local … Continue reading

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False Constructions

Any artist can tell you that the elements forming the work of art can be deliberately constructed to suggest the interpretation of it (which I refer to as addjective reality). Antecedents of objective reality can be constructed to appear out … Continue reading

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