Monthly Archives: May 2015

Cuba: Figuring Out Pieces of the Puzzle (Full Text)

Cuba is an unusual country for quite a few reasons: The United States has had an embargo against Cuba since 1960, but there has recently been an¬†announcement that the US will begin to normalize diplomatic relations. The leader of Cuba … Continue reading

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Cuba: Figuring Out Pieces of the Puzzle

Cuba is an unusual country for quite a few reasons: The United States has had an embargo against Cuba since 1960, but there has recently been an¬†announcement that the US will begin to normalize diplomatic relations. The leader of Cuba … Continue reading

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Why We Have an Oversupply of Almost Everything (Oil, labor, capital, etc.)

The Wall Street Journal recently ran an article called, Glut of Capital and Labor Challenge Policy Makers: Global oversupply extends beyond commodities, elevating deflation risk. To me, this is a very serious issue, quite likely signaling that we are reaching … Continue reading

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