Driving Bargains: Best Used Vehicle Values

– August 1, 2010

Economic BulletinVol. XLIX, No. 8 | August, 2010Our latest book takes the guesswork out of buying a car by providing AIER’s proprietary research plus information on a host of reliable consumer services.by AIER Research Staff

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The AIER Chart Book (2010)

– July 1, 2010

Economic Bulletin Vol. L No. 7 | July, 2010 A picture is worth a thousand words, and our charts reveal important aspects of the changing economy in an accessible visual format. by the AIER Staff

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How to Invest Wisely

– June 1, 2010

Economic Bulletin Vol. L No. 6 | June, 2010 How to Invest Wisely tells you how to make investment decisions according to consistent criteria— rather than by following the latest financial fad. By Lawrence S. Pratt

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The Great Recession in Perspective

– May 1, 2010

Economic BulletinVo l . L , no. 5 | May, 2010By some measures previous recessions match this one in severity. But the recent downturn stands apart in its length, its impact on jobs and wealth, and in the government response it triggered. by Polina …

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How to Avoid Internet Fraud

– March 1, 2010

Economic BulletinVol. L, no. 3 | March, 2010Scammers use the Internet to generate nearly two-thirds of reported frauds. But a little knowledge can go a long way to protect yourself from becoming a victim.By Kenneth D’Amica, Research Associate

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Stand Still, Little Lambs, To Be Shorn!

– February 1, 2010

Economic BulletinVol. L, no. 2 | February, 2010We estimate that the long-term decline in the purchasing power of the dollar has cost savers more than $19 trillion of their real wealth.By AIER Research Staff

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The AIER Cost-of-Living Guide (2010)

– January 1, 2010

Economic Bulletin Vol. L, no. 1 | January, 2010 Our Cost-of-Living Guide 2010, as seen in the Wall Street Journal, breaks down changes in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) by select items, including college tuition, grocery items, and energy costs. Our gu …

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The Gold Market: A Primer

– December 1, 2009

Gold is no ordinary commodity. The market for it is driven by its unique history as money and a store of value.

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Progress and Property Rights: From the Greeks to Magna Carta to the Constitution

– November 1, 2009

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLIX No. 11 | November, 2009 The purpose of Todd’s book is to inform the public of the traditions that underlay the development of modern American property rights. At a time when the issue generates as much heat as light, such a …

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Used and New Cars by the Numbers

– October 1, 2009

Economic BulletinVol. XLIX, no. 10 | October, 2009Our latest book, Car Bargains, takes the guesswork out of buying a car by providing AIER’s proprietary research plus information on a host of reliable consumer services. The excerpt below outlines some …

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College Destinations Index: 2009-10 Edition

– September 1, 2009

Economic BulletinVol. XLIX, no. 8 | August, 2009by the Editorial StaffChoosing the right college isn’t just about professors and classes. Conversations in coffee houses, performances in concert halls, and opportunities for corporate internships also co …

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How to Own Gold

– September 1, 2009

Gold has no official monetary role but central banks and individuals hold it for good reason. It serves as a store of value, a means of investment diversification, and as protection from economic or political crises.

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