I am an investor. I've written in years past about the investment implications of economic events, properly understood from the perspective of Austrian School thinking. Recently, I have revised my ideas somewhat. Today, I refer to the ideas I hold to in economics as "Austrian-Classical", thanks to the spectacular work of economist George Reisman. Dr. Reisman's masterpiece "Capitalism", which consists of 1,100 pages of luminous explanation and reasoning, revised and improved my understanding in profoundly important ways. In years past, I published articles for investment publications and newspapers, including an article in The International Advisor in August, 1984 predicting and explaining the basis for the long bull market in bonds; an article in The International Advisor in June, 1985 that explained why a big rally in foreign currencies was imminent; an article in The Market Chronicle of October 26, 1985 that explained why real estate prices across the country were about to decline; the front page article in Personal Finance, October 29, 1986 that explained why a major pause and correction in the bond bull market was about to occur; and an August 1986 editorial in the Orange County Register that explained why tax reform would boost the economy. I also published quite a few other articles recommending a few stocks and gold, based primarily on top down analysis. My education was also helped enormously by Harry Browne, who never knew me. But I knew Mr. Browne, or imagined I did, having poured over every issue of his newsletter for about 25 years. Now I hope to resume writing and active investment analysis. I have no blog yet, but I plan to create one soon.