According to Alt-M's website: "Our goal is to reveal the shortcomings of today’s centralized, bureaucratic, and discretionary monetary arrangements, and to bring serious consideration of real alternatives to the center stage of current monetary and financial reform debates."Andrew Gelman is a professor of statistics and political science and the director of the Applied Statistics Center at Columbia University.His blog, as you might imagine is heavily focused on statistics in one form or another.With global drought conditions strengthening, sourcing clean water has not only become more difficult, but also more expensive.This has led many to believe that water is or will become the new oil.
The Alt-M blog is a joint effort by the Cato Institute’s Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives and the Liberty and Privacy Network’s Center for Financial Privacy and Human Rights.
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He shares these ideas on individual stocks, ETFs, commodities and currencies." Visit his website if that sounds like something that tickles your fancy.
Claus Vistesen is a Danish economist and currently the Chief Eurozone Economist for Pantheon Macroeconomics. Economics and financial markets are Claus' passion and you'll likely find his ideas presented through his content on Alpha Sources interesting and insightful.
There are various contributors to the blog, however, the collective aim of the blog is to explore and promote ideas for an alternative monetary future.