Last week I met with an American executive who works in the financial services sector. She is a firm and knowledgeable supporter of the Austrian School of Economics and gave gracious and positive feedback on TCC’s progress.
After our meeting I drove her to her next appointment. On the way, she said something that I believe. She observed: “When this financial crisis blows up there is going to be a big job for people like us to explain what has just happened.” I agree with this sentiment and fully recognise the shifting tectonic plates of history. While there are always challenges ahead, the state of today’s world economy means that in the future even the past is going to be unpredictable. For TCC this means we have everything to play for.