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THE FALL OF THE USA ECONOMY.
THE FALL OF THE USA ECONOMY.

In the late 2000s the standard of living was impeccable and the country had reasonable inflation rate of 3% which meant the economy was stable and the USA SEEMED UNSTOPPABLE but this would not last…

Why AI is here to stay
Why AI is here to stay

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a rapidly developing technology that has the potential to revolutionize almost every industry. From self-driving cars to medical diagnosis, AI is being used in a…

Uniswap Fee Switch in a New Light
Uniswap Fee Switch in a New Light

For background context: The Uniswap fee switch allows for a portion of fees captured from trading to be redirected from liquidity providers to Uniswap governance. This mechanism has been turned off…

This year's Nobel prize in economics and Bangladesh's banks
This year's Nobel prize in economics and Bangladesh's banks

This year the honor goes to three American market analysts for their explores that 'essentially superior comprehension we might interpret the job of banks in the economy, especially during monetary…

Le paradoxe de la tranquillité
Le paradoxe de la tranquillité

En 2007, la faillite d’une banque américaine, Lehman Brothers, sonne le début de la crise immobilière et financière des Subprimes. Pourtant, dans les pays développés, ça fait depuis les années 1980…

Apple Without Steve Jobs: A Look at the Company’s Performance
Apple Without Steve Jobs: A Look at the Company’s Performance

Apple is a company that has consistently pushed the boundaries of technology and design, and has played a pivotal role in shaping the tech industry as we know it today. But it’s hard to deny that the…

Why Police Can’t Make Us Safe
Why Police Can’t Make Us Safe

Crime and violence don't come out of nowhere. There are deeper causes, and police aren't equipped to address them. Organized communities can do it better.

3-Min. Weekly Market Sentiment Wrap-Up — June 18th
3-Min. Weekly Market Sentiment Wrap-Up — June 18th

While maybe painful, the current environment is just fascinating to watch. I bought my first stock in Feb 2018, a little while after turning 18. Since then, I’ve pretty much only evolved in a super…

The Profitable Pet Trade and the death of biodiversity
The Profitable Pet Trade and the death of biodiversity

First let me say that you wouldn’t call me an expert. I know credentials mean a lot. Some people go to school half their adulthood for their credentials. If your of that school of thought then I’m…

What were you doing?
What were you doing?

Niyah, i.e, intent is an extremely powerful entity in Islam. A lot of times, the act itself isn’t in question but people’s intentions are. After all, the fruits that a tree eventually will bear rests…

Structurally Enabling Nation-State Upward Mobility
Structurally Enabling Nation-State Upward Mobility

Note: this article is an excerpt from a free paper titled “Comparative Analysis of Nation-State Economic Systems.” Find it here. Each variable and relationship examined thus far has contributed to…

The Bretton Woods System Explained in 5 minutes
The Bretton Woods System Explained in 5 minutes

The Bretton Woods system was a monetary system established at the end of World War II that shaped the global economy for decades. The system was created in 1944 at a conference in Bretton Woods, New…

The Free-Market is a self-adjusting hyper efficient machine
The Free-Market is a self-adjusting hyper efficient machine

With soaring inflation reducing the savings of billions of people worldwide and concomitantly increasing the instability of the world economy, now is one of the best times in history to reformulate…

“Stubborn Attachments: A Vision for a Society of Free, Prosperous, and Responsible Individuals”
“Stubborn Attachments: A Vision for a Society of Free, Prosperous, and Responsible Individuals”

Description: “Growth is good. Throughout history, economic growth in particular has alleviated human misery, improved human happiness and opportunity, and lengthened human lives. Wealthier societies…

2022: A Year in Economics
2022: A Year in Economics

When the New Year rolls around, I like to take a day or two to reflect over the year that was — celebrate the victories, consider what can be learned from the losses, and meditate on the paths not…

When The Internet Came For Tea. And Didn’t Leave.
When The Internet Came For Tea. And Didn’t Leave.

Just over a decade ago, some tech companies, calling themselves “social media” showed up at our collective doors and said they had some really cool stuff to show and could they come in for a cup of…