[Editor’s Note: this first appeared on mises.org] Last week marked the 100 Anniversary of the beginning of World War I. That war, which produced…Read More
Matt Ridley, in The Times [paywall restricted], considers the political relevance of the values of 19th century Liberals, including Richard Cobden. Surely wanting government…Read More
Incoming from Tom Paterson, chief economist at “Gold Made Simple”: I’m currently travelling around Europe in my VW campervan with my my wife and…Read More
I am not joking. It has finally happened. And I want to see it. As reported by Bloomberg, ‘Euro Crash! The Musical’ is coming…Read More
There are many times when working alongside the TCC team I have to smile. Having read a City AM article by our own Dr….Read More
Earlier this morning I updated The Cobden Centre’s media page. Since September we have not only again doubled the volume of our coverage but…Read More
It is with no feelings of joy that we republish this article, first posted on 8 February 2010 Guest contributor Anita Acavalos, daughter of…Read More
A couple of weeks ago in the offices of the Adam Smith Institute, I addressed more than twenty of China’s most senior economic thinkers…Read More
I do not doubt that the Government is sincere in its wish to make Britain “open for business” and to deliver greater life chances…Read More
I have spent the best part of the last two decades pitting my wits against the market. It’s an unforgiving game: I’ve seen ups and downs, and many of my rivals buried under an avalanche of hubris, passion, illogical thought and unchecked emotion.
I have witnessed the sheer folly of the ERM crisis, the Asian crisis, the failure of the Gods at Long Term Capital Management and the insanity of the tech boom.
I have enjoyed the ‘NICE’ decade (Non-Inflationary Constant Expansion), and scared myself silly during the credit crisis.
I am a trader. […]Read More