Emerging Gold Juniors and Explorers Should Recover in 2012: Jeff Berwick

Jeff Berwick, chief editor and founder of The Dollar Vigilante and avowed anarchist, holds precious metals for safety and holds their equities for profits. In this exclusive Gold Report interview, he counsels geopolitical diversity and paying close attention to precious metal stocks.

The Gold Report: Your newsletter, The Dollar Vigilante, is the closest . . . → Read More: Emerging Gold Juniors and Explorers Should Recover in 2012: Jeff Berwick

Bloomfield and the nexus of theology and community development

This is all a very hyperlocal and personal musing. The more global readership may want to filter it out.

There are two stories in the PG today that have everything to do with one another, yet have no reference to each other at all.   On first glance, the first story may appear to only have . . . → Read More: Bloomfield and the nexus of theology and community development

Hysteresis

Benyamin Appelbaum:

More grim ruminations on our economic prospects: What if recessions do permanent damage, diminishing a nation’s productive capacity?

As I wrote on Thursday, recessions are commonly understood as disruptive rather than destructive to the economy as a whole. But a paper presented Friday at the Brookings Institution warns that recessions may do . . . → Read More: Hysteresis

Economic Events on March 28, 2012

The Mortgage Bankers’ Association purchase index will be released at 7:00 AM Eastern time, providing an update on the quantity of new mortgages and refinancings closed in the last week.

At 8:30 AM Eastern time, the Durable Goods Orders report for February will be released. The consensus is that there was an increase of . . . → Read More: Economic Events on March 28, 2012