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More on Trade Wars

Author: David R. Kotok, Post Date: April 4, 2018
Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary by David Kotok

Well, well! Who’d a thunk it? First we must thank David Blond and Bob Brusca for engaging in a debate for our readers. For those who missed it, the links to the David Blond essay and the Bob Brusca response are here: Blond: “Winners and Losers from Global Trade” – http://www.cumber.com/winners-and-losers-from-global-trade/ Brusca: “Why David Blond […]

Why David Blond is Wrong on Trade

Author: Robert Brusca, Post Date: March 30, 2018
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We thank readers for their thoughtful responses to David Blond’s guest paper on trade and tariffs, Winners and Losers from Global Trade. That paper triggered debate. Below is Bob Brusca’s rebuttal. Enjoy the debate as each person can decide her/his own viewpoint. David R. Kotok Chairman and Chief Investment Officer Email | Bio Why David […]

Winners and Losers from Global Trade

Author: David L. Blond, Ph.D, Post Date: March 17, 2018

David L. Blond, Ph.D, has a distinguished career in international economics and particularly on the issues of trade. He is the president of QuERI-International, Washington, D.C. He has assessed President Trump’s Tariff and Trade barrier initiative and has articulated some strong opinions. His views are his. They are worth reading and considering in what is […]

Trade, Dollar, Trump

Author: , Post Date: January 26, 2018
Cumberland Advisors Market Commentary by David Kotok

“In the long run we are all dead” was John Maynard Keynes’ famous criticism of economic models. The rest of the quote goes, “Economists set themselves too easy, too useless a task, if in tempestuous seasons they can only tell us, that when the storm is long past, the ocean is flat again.” We thank […]

Mexico and Trade

Author: Robert Eisenbeis, Ph.D., Post Date: February 7, 2017

The state of US trade with Mexico is on the front page as policy makers attempt to stem the outflow of firms, jobs, and goods production from the United States. To put the issues in perspective, it is first helpful to have some facts on US trade in general and trade with Mexico in particular. […]