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On 10/25/17, Kim Iskyan from Stanberry Churchouse Research published in Daily Wealth about investing bias holding people back from cryptocurrencies simply because it’s something they’re unfamiliar with.
Fractious parties seem to dominate American politics. I have a recommendation that would fix the problem but it would require a constitutional amendment.
Welcome to 2015. The graphic below is an IRS form 8965 “Health Coverage Exemptions”. Aside from the trite question of why we need 8,965 forms to file taxes, this hurts me for deeper reasons.
James Rickards, in “The Death of Money,” page 234, comments about gold standards for the economy: