Laughter is a motto – if you are a man

“Unequal humor” may sound like a joke. But it’s not a matter of laughing. Pathdoc for Shutterstock There is an old adage that laughter is the best medicine. Granted, the evidence shows it’s a romantic tonic. And it is also a professional stimulus. When recruiter Robert Half examined the effect …

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Definition of the law of one price

What is the law of the single price? The law of one price is an economic concept that states that the price of an identical asset or commodity will have the same price overall, regardless of location, when certain factors are taken into account. The law of one price allows …

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Bitcoin Arbitrage 2020: Are There Still Profits To Be Made?

Written by Evan Francois, CEO and co-founder of Coygo Inc. which provides tools for professional cryptocurrency trading and information. A cryptocurrency advocate since 2010, Evan has years of experience as a software engineer in financial technology before quitting his corporate job to pursue a full-time business in the cryptocurrency and …

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On the substitution of private and public capital in production

Abstract Most macroeconomic models assume that aggregate output is generated by a specification of the production function with total physical capital as the key input. This implicitly assumes that private and public capital stocks are perfect substitutes. In this article, we test this hypothesis by estimating a nested CES production …

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Crypto Arbitrage Trading, Explained

Yes – it’s the same concept, but with different strengths in play. There are countless exchanges around the world now offering consumers the opportunity to buy crypto. But here’s the problem: There can be significant differences in the prices offered for digital currencies like Bitcoin (BTC). Such inefficiencies normally occur …

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