As of this morning, 10-year treasury yields hit 0.75, down a whopping 20% in a single day and far, far away from the current 1 – 1.25% rate even after the recent Fed rate cut.
There isn’t much room left before it hits negative rates, and all the markets appear to have nowhere to go but down. Welcome back to 2008, but this time with much bigger bubbles … Read more
Cheers Darryl for seeing through the Keynesian facade and the accompanying BS media articles pushing their fallacious theories:
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If we were to use the same methodology for calculating inflation that we used in 1980, it would show inflation today to be at 10% rate. We have simply modeled inflation away through the likes of “Hedonics” (my comput
As a follow-up to yesterday’s article, let’s shift focus to the debt-spending tactics of the federal government, whose nefarious end goals are the same as the Ontario provincial government, but are much more transparent.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is a little less careful with his words as the ulterior motive behind their so-called R… Read more
A common tenet of Keynesian theory is that a lack of inflation will slow down the “velocity of money”, encourage people to hoard money, spend less, and therefore stall an economy by reducing demand.
Keep in mind that Keynesian theory has only been en vogue for a century, and is merely a blip in history. It is still just a theory, with fiscal interve… Read more
Like the postmodern movement, the rise of Keynesian theory in academia in the past century has led to government institutions wielding more power than they merit. The general public doesn’t really understand this recent interpretation of economics, so they are encouraged to trust a group of economic “experts” to sort it out for them.… Read more
Canadian policy is currently being dictated by emotion (or more accurately, postmodernism) and the lack of objective analysis in some of the new bills and laws being passed will have dire consequences in the future.
In Ontario, the decision by the Wynne Liberal government to raise minimum wage to $14 by 2018 (about a 30% increase) and $15 by 2019 was made desp… Read more
To paraphrase a Louis CK comedy bit, let’s assume you were a billionaire. You decide to buy all the pants in the world, and then just burn them. Does this have a positive impact on the economy?
Let’s assume you spent $1 billion to buy all the pants. This represents $1 billion of savings, or stated differently, $1 billion in goods and services produc… Read more
BitCoin and cryptocurrency forums have been reacting emotionally to arguments illustrating the flawed technical fundamentals of cryptocurrencies.
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Just google bitcoin+ponzi, bitcoin+intrinsic value, bitcoin+myspace, etc. All arguments have been made. Honeybadger doesn’t care. It moves onwards & upwards.
Anyone who’s longer
What the article ignores is the quality of the jobs over the quantity of the jobs created, instead touting the jobs and employment numbers designed to obfuscate the real facts.
Here are some tidbits from the a… Read more
Despite the Canadian Press reading more like opinion pieces than objective news nowadays, these two articles are objective enough, and when taken at face value, paint a picture of the government supposedly doing their job.