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Latest Activity: Sep 3, 2012
This would apply only to federal taxes, but can not be easily applied to local taxes. It would save a lot of money - many hundreds of billions per year, that could be redirected to education or…Continue
Started by Amy. Last reply by Amy Jan 9, 2012.
First, this is true only for places that did not experience a bubble, such as CA, FL and Nevada.For illustration purposes, one can think of Seattle. We didn't have a bubble in Seattle / King county…Continue
Started by Mirko Krivanek Feb 21, 2011.
Is this a profitable business again? I've read that despite the fact that little gold can still be extracted, at a very high cost, it is profitable again as the dollar is way down and price of gold…Continue
Started by Richard. Last reply by Joseph Foutz Jan 3, 2011.
The aftershock theory. Call it second wave or whatever. It has been very successfully exploited in the stock market, especially during deep crises. It looks like it also applies in this economy - the…Continue
Started by Mirko Krivanek. Last reply by Vincent Granville Nov 7, 2010.
My idea: the government stops collecting taxes altogether: the tax rate becomes a flat 0%, that is $0 for all citizens, regardless of income. Instead, the government "pays itself" by printing money…Continue
Started by Mirko Krivanek. Last reply by Theodore Omtzigt Sep 10, 2010.
They actually do. The question is: how far below 0 can they go.A checking account with a $10,000 balance and $10 monthly fee actually produces a negative -1.2% yearly interest. If instead the balance…Continue
Started by Mirko Krivanek. Last reply by John A Morrison Sep 6, 2010.
If you live in a place with a 100,000 small birds population, you've certainly see strong patterns in the way they flight, in organized clusters and sub-clusters of 500 or 5,000. They go up or down,…Continue
Started by Vincent Granville. Last reply by Theodore Omtzigt Jun 27, 2010.
Are there any econometric theories or models to explain the recurrent bubbles of modern economies?I did some simulations with Markov chains back in 2000, and you can see the results at…Continue
Started by Vincent Granville. Last reply by Theodore Omtzigt Dec 15, 2009.