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The 13th Labour of Hercules: Capital Preservation in the Age of Financial Repression

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Thu, 29 Nov 2012

For those of you whose Greek mythology might be a little rusty, Hercules was a demi-god, the result of one of Zeus’s dalliances with mortal women. Hera, Zeus’s divine wife, was not best pleased by her husband’s lack of faithfulness, and thus decided to punish Hercules. 1 She drugged him, and in his

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