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When Everyone Has Bad Credit…

I’ll give them heroics. I’ll give them the most spectacular heroics they’ve ever seen! And when I’m old and I’ve had my fun, I’ll sell my inventions so everyone can be superheroes! Everyone can be super! And when everyone’s super, [laughs maniacally] no-one will be.                                 […]

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Krugman vs. Murphy

In case you missed it last week (or if you have better things to do than follow a debate between economic professors), Paul Krugman – Nobel Laureate and the New York Times’ answer to Justin Bieber – devoted a blog entry to discussing the Austrian Business Cycle Theory as explained by professor Robert Murphy. While […]

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Is There an “Austrian School of Investment Thought?”: Austrian Economics and the BIA Investment Philosophy

I am often asked what does it mean to invest with “an eye toward the Austrian School of Economic Thought?”    Is there a certain way that an “Austrian” should invest?   Is there an “Austrian School of Investment Thought?” In a word , no.  There is no Austrian School of Investment Thought.  But that doesn’t mean […]

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