Monthly Archives: May 2013

To The Class of 2013

Today we depart from our usual cogitations to offer some remarks to the Class of 2013.  Though no trade school or remedial academy invited us to deliver this year’s commencement address, we won’t let that get in the way.  What … Continue reading

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Reaching for Yield

Reaching for Yield By Dennis Miller, Editor, Money Forever With the Fed buying $85 billion in government debt every month, effectively holding interest rates far below the rate of inflation, many seniors are struggling to make ends meet.  It is … Continue reading

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Coming Uncorked

On Tuesday something incredible happened.  The Dow closed above 15,000 for the first time ever.  What a joy to be alive and bear witness to the great miracle of our time. Whereas just 100 years ago the new marvels were … Continue reading

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Another All Time High

The Labor Department reported last Friday that 165,000 new jobs were added to the economy in April.  That’s nothing to write home about, you’d think.  But, nevertheless, the mainstream press got excited because it was ‘better than expected.’ On top … Continue reading

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