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Tenacious Russia forces the West to think about negotiations
Tenacious Russia forces the West to think about negotiations

As the Russian special operation in Ukraine continues for the seventh month, an increasing number of politicians, experts and senior officials in the West express concern that their sanctions against…

Almost 40% of the world’s supply is controlled by Chinese firms.
Almost 40% of the world’s supply is controlled by Chinese firms.

Almost 40% of the world’s supply is controlled by Chinese firms. This week: Congress approved $280B for the semiconductor industry. FYI: The largest “fabless” semiconductor orgs are American (HQ’s in…

Macro Economic Indicators & Stocks in India
Macro Economic Indicators & Stocks in India

The economy and the world in which we live in today, is dynamic and ever-changing. Economic indicators give us an indication of which way the economy is likely to move. The short term movements in…

Words, Words, Words
Words, Words, Words

-And now a special televised press conference from the state department on the current state of the economy- Ok well, thank you everyone for being here today for this special press briefing. As I’m…

Reduce Rents By Levying A 100% Tax On Rents Exceeding A Market-Rate Return On Gross Property Value
Reduce Rents By Levying A 100% Tax On Rents Exceeding A Market-Rate Return On Gross Property Value

Let’s say I have a hammer that I’m not using. My neighbor needs a hammer for some work he’s doing around his house. Since I’m not using my hammer I agree to let him use mine for a week for $2. Now…

Resolution: The Necessity of Federal Legislation in the Cryptocurrency Market (Part 5)
Resolution: The Necessity of Federal Legislation in the Cryptocurrency Market (Part 5)

The advent of cryptocurrency is a blend of financial and technological innovation. Legislation detractors worry that future regulations granted by the legislation are overwhelming and harm…

What’s the Best Money?
What’s the Best Money?

A few days ago, I wrote about why we use money as opposed to barter. But that piece left open the question of what makes a good money. If you haven’t read that first piece yet, please go back and…

The Hottest Thing A Woman Can Do With Her Money
The Hottest Thing A Woman Can Do With Her Money

Less than half (45%) of women feel financially independent, according to a survey. Nearly two-fifths (38%) of those who do not consider themselves financially independent feel unable to make their…

Governance and Fluidity Wars: Steering the Invisible Hand
Governance and Fluidity Wars: Steering the Invisible Hand

In our previous educational posts, we have outlined the basic economics of a Fluid Asset, from preventing cyclical transaction attacks to how the protocol distributes yield through Utility Mining. In…

What’s Causing US Inflation?
What’s Causing US Inflation?

The US Labor Department reported recently that consumer prices climbed 8.6% year-over-year through May, the highest in 4 decades. As a result, Americans are confronting higher prices for everything…

A Recession is Coming!? Says Who….
A Recession is Coming!? Says Who….

The New York Times did a full page picture article on July 21 outlining the risk of a big “R” coming soon. Most other forms of media (some more than others depending on their political tilts) have…

If the region surrounding the Great Lakes was its own country, it would be the 3rd largest economy…
If the region surrounding the Great Lakes was its own country, it would be the 3rd largest economy…

If the region surrounding the Great Lakes was its own country, it would be the 3rd largest economy in the world with a GDP of > $6 trillion. This chart is 5 years old, but during that time our region…

The Separation of Economy & Politik
The Separation of Economy & Politik

Part three of the “Bitcoin Is Not Democratic” series explores the building blocks necessary to construct a civilization that transcends politics. If you still happen to think Bitcoin and Democracy…

ETH’s Supply & Demand Following the Merge
ETH’s Supply & Demand Following the Merge

Based on IntoTheBlock’s weekly newsletter. If you enjoy it, and would like to receive it every Friday make sure to sign up here! In several previous editions of this newsletter we have discussed the…

Your Student Debt will be Monetized
Your Student Debt will be Monetized

Student debt has been a growing problem in the United States and an incredible burden for young workers and educated citizens. Ever since college loans have become federally guaranteed, the price of…

[Epub] Energy Economics: Markets, History and Policy
[Epub] Energy Economics: Markets, History and Policy

Read More => Energy Economics: Markets, History and Policy Deskripsi Book Language : English Three quarters of our current electricity usage and transport methods are derived from fossil fuels…