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The World’s Biggest Economic Fallacies… and How to Profit From Them

They’re the biggest risks to your financial wellbeing today… and the average investor is blind to them.

The Fed Steals from Retirees and Savers—Do This Before They Take Even More

One of the biggest robberies in the history of mankind is happening right now.

The Fed Steals from Retirees and Savers—Do This Before They Take Even More

One of the biggest robberies in the history of mankind is happening right now.

Austrian Economics in the Middle East, and the Benefits of Monarchies

Austrian economics is very relevant to international diversification, because it gives us the intellectual tools to better understand the distortions that actions of a desperate government can cause… and how to better position our investments and ourselves as a result.

The War on Cash: Transparently Totalitarian

The cashless society is the IRS’s dream: total knowledge of, and control over, the finances of every single American.

The Crowning Glory of Keynesianism

There is one final rabbit in the hat before we see the well-deserved downfall of Keynesianism.

The US Is a Tax Haven… and That’s a Very Good Thing

Let’s be thankful that the United States is a so-called tax haven. Those pro-growth policies help to offset Obama’s bad policies.

Tax Haven Myths vs. Facts

Politicians from high-tax nations as well as international bureaucracies want to stamp out low-tax jurisdictions. Today, we’re going to puncture some anti-tax-haven myths.

The Moral Case for Tax Havens

Besides their economic benefits, tax havens should also be defended on a moral basis. Most notably, they offer a safe haven for people subject to persecution.

Financial Repression Is Financial Authoritarianism

Financial repression is a devious tactic that heavily indebted governments inevitably turn to.

The Economic Case for Tax Havens

There are sound economic reasons that tax havens should be embraced.

Why Welfare States Hate Tax Havens—Tax Competition

The OECD thinks low-tax nations should be forced to surrender their sovereignty to help high-tax nations like France and Germany prop up their inefficient welfare states.

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