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Sean Corrigan

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Sean Corrigan is the author of 'Money, Macro & Markets' newsletter & Consultant to Hinde Capital.

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Worse than Recession

Booms and BustsThe FedInterventionism

12/13/2001Mises Daily Articles
Economies do not subside because demand wanes--we could all use a shiny new car, or a beautiful new house pretty much any time. However, in a world where means, unlike wants, are not infinite, we have to be able to offer something in exchange. We do that by first profitably producing things other...
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Doing Everything Wrong

Financial MarketsGlobal EconomyCapital and Interest Theory

11/12/2001Mises Daily Articles
Even without the war, we are doing everything wrong that the Hoover-Roosevelt-McDonald governments and the Strong-Norman bankers did in the 1930s, after their long decade of easy money and paper prosperity imploded under the weight of too much debt and too great a strain on real capital resources.
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The Dam Breaks

The FedMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

10/03/2001Mises Daily Articles
It would be the supreme irony if, in Greenspan's eager rush to bail out his constituents at the first whiff of every trouble from Y2k to WTC, all he and his myrmidons on the lower slopes of Olympus have accomplished is to topple the very banks they are there to protect.
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Feeding at the Trough

Big GovernmentBooms and BustsU.S. EconomyPolitical Theory

09/25/2001Mises Daily Articles
While not quite Keynesian pyramids or payments to farmers to plow up their surplus crops, this is still, sadly, yet another New Deal in the making.
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A War on Capital

Booms and BustsFinancial MarketsMedia and CultureU.S. Economy

09/18/2001Mises Daily Articles
Whatever direction the stock market may take in the future, its opening day was a time for honest assessment of how the recent terrorist attacks and their aftermath may affect our economic future.
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