Greg Kadajski

Greg Kadajski

Greg Kadajski is the Associate Editor of The Daily Reckoning. He holds a BS from Towson University where he studied both English and Filmmaking. Since joining Agora Financial in 2006, he's been very closely involved in the overall production of The Daily Reckoning - reading, editing and occasionally contributing to the wide variety of material that appears in its pages. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

Greg Kadajski's Recent Articles

R.I.P. Tapir (5/22/13 – 10/29/14)

Greg Kadajski

The Tapir, beloved pig-like mammal and financial machination, quietly passed away at 2:00 p.m. EST on October 29, 2014. He lived a misunderstood life and was held responsible for many things entirely out of his control. Nevertheless, he will be missed by all who thought they knew him...


VideoGet Ready for Housing Bubble 2.0

Greg Kadajski

Financial analysts and media pundits have been quick to suggest that the housing market is experiencing a "meaningful recovery." And, more importantly, that this is a prime factor in the overall recovery of the U.S. economy. But as David Stockman explains, there are two major problems with that line of thinking. Read on...


4 Completely Real Alternatives to Bitcoin

Greg Kadajski

It's been nearly two Months since Mt. Gox filed for bankruptcy, and Bitcoin is still struggling to recover. Once considered the best answer to a currency question no one asked, Bitcoin is in dire straits. But fear not! Despite Bitcoin's woes, a new and equally confusing fake currency is eagerly waiting in the wings... Greg Kadajski discusses 4 of them...


The Fed Chairman’s Oath

Greg Kadajski

Tomorrow, Janet Yellen will officially take over as head of the Federal Reserve. Herewith, for the first time ever, are the exact words she will recite before she takes the reigns of the U.S. central bank. Fair warning... They aren't exactly reassuring. Read on...


Extra!Worth its Weight in Gold

Greg Kadajski

For thousands of years, people have valued gold as both a store of wealth and a medium of exchange. But despite its storied history, much of today's financial media have derided it as a useless, barbarous relic. Today, Greg Kadajski shares a few interesting graphics that show how valuable gold really is, even in a world of faith-based currencies.