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The patron saint of value investing, Benjamin Graham, wrote in the midst of the Great Depression that “in the short… Read more Bitcoin: All that Glitters
Over the course of a half century, Rupert Murdoch has parlayed his stake in a small Adelaide newspaper into one… Read more Disney/Fox: The Last Jedi
A reliable barometer of widespread speculation in any financial asset is the New York taxicab test. If the driver, upon… Read more The Infinite Promise, and Inevitable Demise, of Bitcoin
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While we at The Neanderthal are not shy to expend ink on controversial subjects, we have generally avoided topics where… Read more The Changing Economic Subtext of Race Relations in America
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A MARXIST REBELLION? Given the outpouring of electoral angst in the most recent political cycle in America, much has… Read more Marxism in the Modern Machine Age
A few days ago, upon the announcement that Yale will rename Calhoun College, we at The Neanderthal argued that the… Read more Why Yale Must be Yale