Mr. Matison earned a B.S. in engineering physics and a M.S. in Actuarial Science.  He worked in the actuarial field for six years, and then became registered representative at Hayden Stone.  Later, while working as a financial analyst at Legg, Mason Inc., he was recognized by ... more

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E Capitalism Works, Ravenous Capitalism Doesn’t
Capitalism does work; but ravenous capitalism is indeed self-destructive. The bounty of capitalism must be shared not only with its owners or investors, but also with its other “significant partners” – the nation’s workers.
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E Currency War Combatant Capability Comparisons
Specific comparisons of country GDP, population, and M1 currency outstanding in this report make plain that the United States is so much larger and more powerful than every single nation on the globe except China.
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E Future Interest Rates, Financial Markets, And The Fed
"Don’t fight the Fed" is a long-established, oft-confirmed market proverb. The Fed is indeed an incredibly powerful institution; in fact, it is perhaps the most powerful entity on the planet.
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E Fiat Currency Inflation, And Collapse Insurance
Discussing some domestic and global issues which affect our trade, economy, geopolitics, market manipulation of precious metals - and insuring against loss in value of our fiat currency.
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E America's One-Sided Domestic Financial War
The Fed’s unrelenting money creation causes loss of purchasing power in the dollar which has brought a number of cultural changes to our republic.
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E Investment Decisions Made On The Basis Of Government's Income Statement And Balance Sheet
An allegoric tale highlighting the importance of analyzing the government's income statement and balance sheet before making investments.
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North Korean Quagmire: Part 2. Bombing, Nuclear Threats, And Resolution
Addressing three questions: Why have America and North Korea been steadfast enemies for decades? Could this enmity lead to war? Would a future confrontation between these two countries may destabilize our global financial markets? Part 2.
The North Korea Quagmire: Part 1, A Contest Of Colonialism And Communism
Addressing three questions: Why have America and North Korea been steadfast enemies for decades? Could this enmity lead to war? Would a future confrontation between these two countries may destabilize our global financial markets?

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