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Politicians Seek Short-Term Advantages by Lecturing Capitalists about the Long Term

By Gary Galles Mises.org August 5, 2015   Politicians Seek Short-Term Advantages by Lecturing Capitalists about the Long Term Hillary Clinton’s latest campaign salvo attacked “quarterly capitalism,” the supposedly irresponsible corporate focus on short-term results at the expense of long-term growth. She promised government fixes. Short-Termism, Share Prices, and Incentives Is there too much short-termism […]

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Nomi Prins

In a World of Volatility and Artificial Liquidity for Banks, Update your Cash Strategy

By Nomi Prins NomiPrins.com July 7, 2015   In a World of Volatility and Artificial Liquidity for Banks, Update your Cash Strategy   (This piece originally appeared at Peak Prosperity.) Global central banks are afraid. Before Greece stood up to the Troika, they were merely worried. Now it’s clear that no matter what they tell […]