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Entries from March 30th, 2013

Macroeconomics Myths: Quantity Theory of Money & The Multiplier Effect

March 30th, 2013 No Comments

We continue our discussion from the previous post where we talked about money supply, currency devaluation and the new 21st century war called the ‘currency war’. James Rickards, author of Currency Wars described it succinctly  when he said, “Currency wars are akin to tug of war. Nothing much seems to happen on the surface. But as […]

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Quantitative Easing (QE), Cyprus’ Bailout, Russia’s Gazprom, China’s Rare Earth, Japan’s Meiji Restoration…And A Malaysian In The Crossfire. What Do All These Have In Common?

March 23rd, 2013 No Comments

(1) On the World Landscape (a brief outlook on what’s happening around) Quantitative Easing and EU Bailouts Recall from macroeconomics 101 that GDP, which measures a country’s economic output is widely defined as GDP = C + I + G + X, where C = private consumption, I = Investment, G = government spending and X = net export. […]

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The Perfect Utopia

March 12th, 2013 No Comments

This post ought to beget more questions than answers because I am still thinking about the thinking. The question at hand is on man’s search for life’s holy grail. So far I am satisfied with the finding that we are driven by one of these three – (a) Freudian’s will to pleasure (b) Nietzsche’s will […]

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