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Negative Return on Investment Economy

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“But don’t for a moment think their terrible track record had a negative impact on their compensation. Despite their performance, these CEOs were paid as if they were enormous successes. The compensation figures that follow are enormous; that they were paid for such abject failure is a national embarrassment. It is also an indictment of three major corporate governance issues that have not been discussed widely enough. The first is the crony capitalism that was rife in boardrooms across the United States. The cronyism of major corporate boards, especially those in the finance area, has become legendary. Rubber-stamp directors ...
over a period of time. When the price level rises, each unit of currency buys fewer goods and services; consequently, inflation is also an erosion in the purchasing power of money – a loss of real value in the internal medium of exchange and unit of account in the economy. A chief measure of price inflation is the inflation rate , the annualized percentage change in a general price index (normally the Consumer Price Index ) over time. Inflation's effects on an economy are manifold and can be simultaneously positive and negative . Negative effects of inflation include a decrease in the real value of money and other monetary ...
Prison Brutality | The Agonist
Seems the BBC has a series coming out on US prison brutality -- not in Guantanmo, or Abu Ghraib, but in normal US prisons. I remember when the first Abu Ghraib pictures came out, I posted on BOP, an article entitled something along the lines of "US Finally Treats Iraqis Just Like Americans!" The BBC provides examples: Savaged by dogs, Electrocuted With Cattle Prods, Burned By Toxic Chemicals, Does such barbaric abuse inside U.S. jails explain the horrors that were committed in Iraq? They are just some of the victims of wholesale torture taking place inside the U.S. prison system that we uncovered during a four-month ... market research, surveys and trends
Mapping the Real Deal
airliners a short time before 9-11. This suggests very simply and undeniably that they knew, they knew about airliners and if I am right, they either planned it or let it happen. That is IMHO what we should be getting after not this muckraking about bad intelligence or making bad policy decisions. All that is just so the Democrats can own 9-11 and continue the war , sold to us as a war on "terror." Here is another good question: When do we win? How do we know we've won? This is an endless war for war sake, because war is how this country and our economy is held together and maintains liquidity. Without 9-11 and ... market research, surveys and trends


Mapping the Real Deal: The American Tapeworm, by Catherine Austin ...
The other day, a natural healing practitioner explained the strategy used by a tapeworm to prosper. A tapeworm, she said, injected a chemical into its host that triggered a craving by the host for what the tapeworm wished for its dinner. By managing it's hosts desire, a tapeworm manipulated its host to set aside self-interest and please its parasite. And so the tapeworm proceeded to consume its host's energy and health, with the host doing most of the work. The story of how a tapeworm parasitically eats away at its ecosystem came at a moment when the math lover in me was having an adverse reaction to the description of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Mapping the Real Deal: The Solari Solution, by Catherine Austin ...
The real deal in US government financial matters today is that there are two plans to finance the current government deficits. The first plan is the "American Tapeworm" model ( see Appendix I ). Under the leadership of the Bush Administration (and before that, the Clinton Administration) and with the support of Congress and the Supreme Court, the American Tapeworm model is to simply finance the federal deficit through warfare, currency exports, Treasury and federal credit borrowing and cutbacks in domestic "discretionary" spending. The resulting state and local deficits will then be financed with state and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Don't Count on China's Consumers to Save the Global Economy
It's practically an article of faith in some economic circles that the households of fast-growing behemoths India and China will increasingly begin supporting not only their own economies, but those of the rest of the world as well. That includes the U.S. economy, of course, and many analysts see China's continued growth as one reason why the U.S. won't sag into a double-dip recession. But such faith is not grounded in a firm understanding of the Chinese economy. One single statistic completely undermines that idea that the Chinese consumer will lift the global economy: The proportion of the China's GDP ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
International Forecaster July 2010 (#7) - Gold, Silver, Economy + More
The talk of recovery pervades insider thinking. The major media worldwide plays the same refrain. This is a desperate attempt to befuddle the public with misdirected propaganda to preserve confidence in a system that is in a state of collapse. As CNBC leads the charge, loss of faith in the system grows with each passing day. In spite of control of the major media by elitists, talk radio and the Internet hammers away incessantly with the truth influencing more and more 24/7 worldwide. As a result of the success of the alternative media a good many investors realize we have a systemic credit crisis that has turned into a debt ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Mr. Chairman, I have a question - "Mr. Chairman, I have a question"
Negative Return on Investment Economy," http:// phpBB2/viewtopic.php? p=3771#3771 and "The American Tapeworm," http:// ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Government Spending and Economic Growth
      Economic growth is created over the long run by a labor force which possesses the incentive to work and produce, and by entrepreneurs who have incentives to invest in capital stock. Through excessive spending, the government negatively affects the long-run economic growth rate of a free economy. Government spending reduces labor force participation, increases unemployment, and reduces productivity. Government spending reduces labor-force participation by creating disincentives to work. Government spending makes labor markets more rigid by hampering the efficient flow of workers from declining ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
NPV and IRR -- Measures for Evaluating Investments
It is often assumed that higher is better for both of the net present value and the internal rate of return.� In particular, it is usually stated that investments with higher internal rates of return are more profitable than investments with lower internal rates of return. However, this is not necessarily so.� In some situations, an investment with a lower internal rate of return may be better, even judged on narrow financial grounds, than an investment with a higher internal rate of return. This interactive lecture explores why and when this reversal takes place. To review, both the net present value and the internal ...
What is the effect of negative inflation | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn
It is called Deflation... It is when there is less money (supply of money) chasing the same amount of goods and services, leading to the increase in the value of the money. when there is a slowdown of inflation but there is still inflation. example inflation goes from %4 to %2. Look it up on wikipedia... posted June 11, 2009 Division Leader at Primerica Financial Services see all my answers The main effect of deflation is that it gives people a huge incentive not to buy goods. That's because if something costs $100 to buy today, but will only cost $95 next week, I have little incentive to buy today, ...
Google Answers: Economic data on India, Russia and China.
I need a fact sheet on Inda, Russia and China India detailing why someone should consider investing in these countries. Provide statistical data about each country, including population, gdp, industries... and other facts showing why there is plenty of growth to come. Please make each factsheet at least one A4 page (so that'll be 3 pages in total). Also please keep each factsheet similar in format. Hello djenys, Thank you for your question. Here are my comparisons of the economies of India, China and Russia. India and China are much more well-established as economic powers than Russia is. India-- ...