Many people eschew any opportunity to understand money and economics, thinking them arcane subjects or even impossible to grasp. Luckily, we have a number of economists who write in a manner that makes money and economics understandable. Hans Sennholz is one of them.
Hans Sennholz was Professor of Economics and Chairman of the Department of Economics at Grove City College, Grove City, PA for thirty-six years, 1956-92. The professor wrote many best-selling books and monographs during his tenure at Grove City College and today remains active in the business world, serving as an advisor to the Central Fund of Canada.
He also continues to write about money and economics, and has penned an essay titled Money is Flooding the World Markets. With money flooding the world markets, price inflation is inevitable. Gold and silver investors should be interested in the professor’s essay.