When economics is living up to its promise as a science, economists collect data, run equations and come up with answers about what people in societies do with their
by Steven R. Cunningham and Julie Ni Zhu
A surge in everyday prices is one of many signs. Wholesale prices and long-bond yields are also trending upward. And the money supply is ballooning.
by Steven R. Cunningham and Zinnia Mukherjee
Vol. LII, no. 12 |December, 2012
Using monetary policy to boost growth and employment worked. Then people caught on.
by Steven R. Cunningham, PhD, Director of Research and Education, and Polina Vlasenko, PhD, Research Fellow
The AIER-Beta Portfolio beats the market by minimizing risk and maximizing returns.
by Julie Ni Zhu, Research Analyst, and Steven Cunningham, PhD, Director of Research and Education
Monetary policy can’t stimulate the economy unless people are willing to borrow and banks are willing to lend. Guess what’s not happening.
Vol. LXXVIII, No. 11 | June 20, 2011Often overlooked, the other precious metal can lower risk in a portfolio. It provides important diversification in combination with gold or on its own. But speculators beware.