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Wholesale Rip-off Part 6: The Mechanics of Moral Compromise

Today continues a series to appear roughly once per month, on the main ways that the financial system rips off the average worker and investor.  This is based upon my nearly decade-long tenure in the financial services industry. Little by Little The mechanics of moral compromise operate a lot like the adage of “how do you […]

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The Henry Hazlitt Series: Credit Diverts Production

The Hazlitt Series This latest stewardship post is a continuation of our monthly exploration and modern application of the economic writer  Henry Hazlitt, and his seminal work, Economics in One Lesson. This work draws heavily upon the insights of the great French economist Frederic Bastiat.  His key insight was to look at that which is

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The Henry Hazlitt Series: Taxes Discourage Production

The Hazlitt Series This latest stewardship post is a continuation of our monthly exploration and modern application of the economic writer  Henry Hazlitt, and his seminal work, Economics in One Lesson. This work draws heavily upon the insights of the great French economist Frederic Bastiat.  His key insight was to look at that which is

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The Henry Hazlitt Series: The Blessings of Destruction

The Hazlitt Series   This week’s post is a continuation of our monthly exploration and modern application of the economic writer  Henry Hazlitt, and his seminal work, Economics in One Lesson. This work draws heavily upon the insights of the great French economist Frederic Bastiat.  His key insight was to look at that which is

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Wholesale Rip-off Part 2: Why No One Should Be in the Markets

Today continues a series, to appear roughly once per month, on the main ways that the financial system rips off the average worker and investor.  This is based upon my nearly decade-long tenure in the financial services industry. Investor Returns vs.  Investment Returns The sad truth of the financial world is that almost no one

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