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Monthly Archive: August 2018
Examining manufacturing job losses and NAFTA and pondering whether or not an economist can agree with a policy that is not free trade in the long run best interest of ‘the system.’
In part 3, we look at the most overrated college football teams and conferences over the last 20 years.
New highs in the S&P 500 bring further new highs the overwhelming majority of the time. Except when they don’t.
In part 2, we project the number of wins that a team will have based on its pre-season standing in the polls, its conference, and the number of games played.
Are football preseason polls worthless? We examine the predictive power of them in this article. Dive in to see how your favorite team is likely to perform.
Payday Links: August 15 2018
Current levels of the 10 year to 2 year spread of the yield curve are associated with poor 3 year equity returns when considering data from 1990-present.
The Soviets produced better equipment in greater numbers than Germany during WW2. We correct the myths of the Eastern Front by comparing economic output.
America was pretty awesome at manufacturing during WW2. Take a look at just how proficient in merchant ship construction.