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  • Will the Bitcoin Bubble Burst in 2018?

    Will the Bitcoin Bubble Burst in 2018?

    Find out what he has to say about the cryptocurrency craze now,

     
  • Sunk, underwater house, home, real estate

    [Mood Riffs] Luxury Homes Are A Luxury

    The growing gap between wages and skyrocketing rents/housing prices has gone global.

     
  • [Mood Riffs] Fool Me Once…

    [Mood Riffs] Fool Me Once…

    This week Ben Bernanke downplayed concerns that the loose money policies of the Fed have “spawned economically risky asset bubbles.”

     
  • [Mood Riffs] Hello Goodbye Kitty?

    [Mood Riffs] Hello Goodbye Kitty?

    Suddenly, cats are no longer the cat’s pajamas.

     
  • [Mood Riffs] When Everybody Really “Wants to Be a Millionaire”

    [Mood Riffs] When Everybody Really “Wants to Be a Millionaire”

    Society, as if trapped in a speculative version of the movie “Ground-Hog Day,” gets swept up again and again in get-rich-quick fever.

     
  • [Article] Post-Crash Reality: From Houses as Assets to Houses as Utilitarian Goods

    [Article] Post-Crash Reality: From Houses as Assets to Houses as Utilitarian Goods

    Much has changed in America’s housing recently. Yet the most dramatic shift may be the market’s move away from the realm of speculative investment, and back to a place to call home. It’s likely that you (or someone you know) understand this from first-hand experience. No surprise there; EWI has been predicting the shift for over a decade. Now, friend of the Institute Peter Atwater takes a fresh look at these connections. One of the most practical reasons to look at any market through the eyes of its participants is to envision the surprising possibilities for the future.

     
  • [Audio] The Criminal Rich and the Foolish Rich

    [Audio] The Criminal Rich and the Foolish Rich

    That’s how Teddy Roosevelt referred to the wealthy one hundred years ago at the end of the Gilded Age. Franklin Roosevelt then raised taxes on the wealthy during the Depression that reached rates as high as 90% and lasted into the 1960’s. Will the current wealth gap result in similar […]