BankNotes Archive – November 2015

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The IBC Practitioners Think Tank Symposium

November 5, 2015

by David Stearns I am both saddened and excited to share with you some changes, and new training opportunities available at our annual Think Tank Symposium. Saddened because Nelson has publicly announced that he will no longer lead his ground-breaking Becoming Your Own Banker Seminar after November, 2016. Obviously this … Read more

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VISION – Chapter Five – Civilized: Ramrod Straight for Freedom!

November 5, 2015

by Leonard E. Read Note – Frequent readers of BANKNOTES are aware of my relationship with Leonard E. Read and my admiration for his works during his lifetime. In the following issues I will be sharing his book, VISION, one chapter per month. It was written in 1978. What a … Read more

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3 Stock Market Tips from an Economist

November 5, 2015

Use Economics to Think More Clearly about the Stock Market By Robert P. Murphy Recent volatility has Americans talking about the stock market — and getting a lot of things wrong in the process. Let’s discuss some general principles to help clear things up. (Let me say up front that … Read more

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Sanders and His Followers Are Not Outliers

November 5, 2015

by Jeff Deist Depending on one’s point of view, Bernie Sanders either held his own or boosted his chances against perceived front-runner Hillary Clinton in Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential primary debate. His message clearly resonated with the live audience, particularly his statements about raising the minimum wage to $15 per … Read more

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Flight School

November 5, 2015

by R. Nelson Nash A number of lessons about how you think can be learned from my own experience in the U.S. Army Flight School program in 1956. Though I had some previous experience as a pilot over the previous ten years (just a little over 100 hours of pilot … Read more

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