January 20, 2022

Trending Economics

CDC: Natural Immunity Offered Stronger Protection Against COVID Than Vaccines During Delta Wave

On Wednesday, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provided new research showing that, during the recent Delta wave, individuals who had previously...

Existing Home Sales Fell in December and Supply Remains Extremely Tight

Sales of existing homes decreased 6.0 percent in December, to a 6.10 million seasonally adjusted annual rate. Sales are down 8.3 percent from a year...

Liberties Are Only Kept Safe by the Limitation of Government Power

I was recently struck by the explosion of the federal government’s size and reach, as well as its apparent ambition to super-size itself even more,...

Can DAOs Revive Civil Society?

Thanks to blockchain and smart contract technology, Americans can again cheaply create organizations to serve themselves and others without the need of any government direction,...

Student Debt Forgiveness Would Benefit ‘High-Wealth Households’ the Most, New Study Says

Few causes are as central to the progressive movement as student debt “cancellation” (which really means taxpayers absorb the burden of $1.7-plus trillion in student...

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Bitcoin, Ethereum Tumble Below Key Levels After Russian Crypto Ban, US Tech Wreck

As we detailed earlier, the Central Bank of Russia issued a report today calling for a blanket ban on domestic cryptocurrency trading and mining.The report

“Bizarro World”: Researcher Calls Out Censorship After Journal Pulls COVID-19 Vaccine Adverse Events Analysis

Authored by Petr Svab via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours),Jessica Rose didn’t ask for any of this. She started to analyze data on adverse reactions

The Moneyist: ‘I have no family or relatives I know, or care to know. I have no interest in causes or charities’: Where do I leave my money?

Dear Quentin, I shall be 70 in August. I have a 401(k), a checkbook and a life-insurance policy. My younger brother has drug-related dementia, so

MarketWatch First Take: Netflix admits that it is time to grow up, but Wall Street isn’t happy about it

The streaming giant Netflix Inc. has been maturing into a slower-growth company for more than a year, but executives now appear to be recognizing that

Nasdaq 100 futures fall after Netflix's earnings disappoint

U.S. stock index futures were lower during overnight trading Thursday