Bitcoin will come and go, but speculative trading of this precious metal is here to stay.
Under the efficient-markets hypothesis, a worthless digital currency should have never gotten off the ground.
Rapidly expanding central-bank balance sheets threaten the global economy.
Treasury Bills have become a de facto means of international exchange. Stabilizing them would aid those who invest in America.
The ratings agencies engaged in fraud, but the government that seeks to punish them for it is no less guilty.
Shortages of foreign exchange and limited growth make things precarious.
The administration is howling about top tax rates while the risk of currency and trade wars increases.
The PRC may not be the fairest trading partner, but things could be far worse.
The idea that austerity is killing Greece is absurd. The problem is the inability to practice austerity.