Economics on Gilligan’s Island

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Feb, 6, 2019

Economics on Gilligan’s Island Famed economist Henry Hazlitt wrote the economics classic, Economics in One Lesson: The Shortest and Surest Way to Understand Basic Economics. The book is quite popular…

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Quick Take: January 30, 2019 Fed Meeting

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Jan, 31, 2019

NOTE: This article was released yesterday to our RIA PRO subscribers. For timely, actionable information, you can get a FREE trial now by entering the CODE: PRO30. The statement and…

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Price To Forecasted Hope

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Jan, 30, 2019

There are countless ways to evaluate equities, and they all have glaring flaws. Equity valuation is not a science with predictive formulas. It is subjective, and the formulas themselves and…

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How To Use Op-Ex Price Magnets

Written by Erik Lytikainen | Jan, 25, 2019

All Quiet on the Western Front is a 1929 novel which describes German soldiers’ extreme physical and mental stress during World War I, and subsequent detachment from civilian life felt…

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Two Percent for the One Percent

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Jan, 23, 2019

“Gradual inflation has a numbing effect. It impoverishes the lower and middle class, but they don’t notice.”—Andrew Bosomworth, PIMCO Germany, as quoted in Der Spiegel Media reports and political candidates…

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Productivity: What It Is & Why It Matters

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Jan, 16, 2019

The Kansas City Federal Reserve posted the Twitter comment and graph below highlighting a very important economic theme. Although productivity is a basic building block of economic analysis, it is…

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