It has been a while since we wrote much about cryptocurrencies. Still, it’s the gift that keeps on giving from an editorial perspective. In late 2017, I was one of the loudest voices warning that bitcoin was a bubble (actually the greatest bubble in history, as it turns out) and a collapse was coming
You’ve heard a lot in recent years about “negative interest rates.” The idea is simple. Instead of the bank paying you interest on money you have in the bank, you pay the bank for holding your money. Normally, if you put $100,000 in the bank and they have a 2% interest rate, then at the
We all know the legend of cryptocurrencies. Cryptos were created by applied mathematicians and digital engineers who were looking for a form of “money” that would not rely on any centralized issuer or depository. Cryptocurrencies had immediate appeal to libertarians, anarchists, criminals and Ayn Rand followers who were cheered by the chance at liberation from
Is it over? I’m talking about the allegations of “Russian collusion” aimed by the media and the deep state at President Trump. The Mueller report on collusion was issued a few weeks ago and it gave Trump a clean bill of health. Can we put that two-year “witch hunt” behind us and move on? Unfortunately
By now you’ve heard that the U.S. economy expanded at an annualized rate of 3.2% in the first quarter of 2019. That was reported by the Commerce Department last Friday morning. After another week of being bashed by the mainstream media, this was great news for President Trump. You can read about it in this article.