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MN Gordon is President and Founder of Direct Expressions LLC, an independent publishing company.  He’s the Editorial Director and Publisher of the Economic Prism – an E-Newsletter that brings clarity to the muddy waters of economic policy and targets investment opportunities for ... more


Are You Prepared For The Mass Repricing Of Goods And Services?
Rising consumer price inflation is not going away. This, of course, is counter to the “transitory” argument made by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell earlier this year.
Is The Great Post-Pandemic Boom A Great Big Dud?
The prices of certain commodities are down. But not down enough to proclaim price inflation dead. Lumber futures, for example, declined more than 40 percent in June.
Will Larry Summers Save The World Again?
Modern macroeconomics is a boring and dreary trade. 
Financial Repression 101
Visions of fast and easy riches cloud the ability for clear and honest contemplation.
The Ugly Truth About Printing Press Money
Does anyone in Washington give a rip the nation’s beyond broke? Does anyone in Congress care that outright money printing is what’s financing their stimulus bills?
Coming To America: LA Metro’s Model Of Extreme Capital Consumption
The largest spending item in the American Jobs Plan is transportation ($620 billion). Of this, $174 billion will go to electric vehicles, $85 billion to public transit, and $80 billion to passenger and freight trains.




Latest Posts
One Lockdown From Disaster
The Commerce Department reported on Thursday that second-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) increased at an annualized rate of 6.5 percent. 
America’s Recline And Flail Goes On
Nothing’s shocking in 2020. Not lockdowns. Not pandemic hysteria. And certainly not election chaos. To the latter, it was expected all along.
Countdown To Chaos
On Wednesday, while the broad stock market was getting shellacked, and companies like Everbridge, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Dynatrace were suffering double-digit freefalls, something else was going on. Gold and silver were also getting shellacked.
Science For Madmen
When science is being used by policy makers to do stupid and destructive things, like locking down the economy, being antiscience is the intelligent choice. 
The Federal Reserve Is A Barbarous Relic
America is no longer a dynamic, free-market economy. Rather, the economy’s stagnant and operates under the central planning authority of Washington and the Fed.

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