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When the housing bubble burst back in 2008 I was still trading equity options on the American Stock Exchange.

At the time I was stunned, and found it odd how almost no one had seen it coming.

Yet when I started reading about the investors who had forecast the crisis and ... more

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Are We Nearing The Breakpoint In The Silver Market?
After getting a thorough simulation of what it feels like to watch paint dry over the past eight years, the silver market is finally showing some signs of life.
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Why Does Warren Buffett Hate Gold So Much?
Warren Buffett often talks about how gold is a “barbarous relic”. As well as how “the magical metal is no match for the American mettle”.
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Will Deutsche Bank Crash The Markets
Deutsche Bank had a big restructure over the weekend. Leaving many concerned that a potential failure could be the spark to crash the markets.
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Will The Fed Lower Rates At The June Meeting?
Today we feature a short video on whether the Fed will cut rates at its next meeting in light of escalating trade wars and a sharper slowdown in the economy than it expected.
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U.S. Trade Gap A Sign Of Economic Strength?!
The U.S. trade gap has been expanding, as the deficits continue to increase while purchases are financed with debt.
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Gold And Silver – What Happens To The Price When Retail Customers Buy?
Traditionally when bubbles form in markets, it’s because everyone is clamoring to own that specific asset.
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silvergoldbook btw....started the program last week....have been going outside in the mornings:) more
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makes me giggle to wonder if when there's a debate over what to do regarding policy, someone suggests to look up a… https://t.co/ctGWQ8LFjt
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imagining them sitting up next to the fireplace....drinking hot cocoa with brandy....and reading neo-#Keynesianism to each other:)

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Is The U.S. Debt Actually $222 Trillion?!
Stunning interview with economist Laurence Kotlikoff who calculates that if the U.S. government actually followed its own accounting rules that the debt is actually $222 trillion (as opposed to the publicly stated $21 trillion that most believe)!

Work Experience

Founder
Arcadia Economics
April 2012 - Present (7 years 6 months)
Options Trader
Susquehanna International Group
June 2005 - February 2012 (6 years 10 months)

Education

Wharton School of Business
MBA
2003 / 2005
Rutgers University
Bachelor of Science
1997 / 2001
Finance

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