growth
Thoughts

John Mauldin

The problem of slow economic growth is not because of the lack of consumption but because of the lack of income. All else being equal, increased productivity increases income for labour and capital. So, if leverage increases productivity, then it is “good” leverage. However, if it merely creates goods purchases for current consumption, then it is […]

economic
Thoughts

L.M. Lachmann

The impossibility of prediction in economic follows from the fact that economic change is linked to change in knowledge and future knowledge cannot be gained before its time. Please follow and like us:0

Great Investor
Thoughts

Great Investor

No school could teach someone how to be a great investor. If it were true, it’d be the most popular school in the world, with an impossibly high tuition. So it must not be true.” “Ick investing means taking a special analytical interest in stocks that inspire a first reaction of ‘ick.’ Please follow and like […]

easy
Thoughts

Phil Carret

Things are most dangerous when they appear easy. Carret states “margin debt – stock market debt is terribly dangerous, because it is so easy to get.” We can imagine that taking credit from banks (both funded or unfunded) is so difficult, tedious and arduous process. Raising loan in the market needs just a call to […]

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