Monthly Archives: December 2013

Confessions of a Compulsive Scribbler

The annual company holiday party was held over the weekend at Steak ‘n Stein.  As President and Founder, we were compelled to offer some remarks.  What follows is an extract of our impractical ramblings… To begin, 2013 was another dreadful … Continue reading

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Fantasy Stocks for a Fantasy Market

Fantasy Stocks for a Fantasy Market By Doug French, Contributing Editor, Casey Research They don’t ring bells at the top, but when a company called Fantex Holdings plans to sell shares in professional athletes and possibly actors and musicians, a … Continue reading

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Fed Policy Reduction

To sharpen the mind and calibrate the senses we begin with an old paradox… “A man says that he is lying,” posited fourth century BC Greek philosopher Eubulides of Miletus.  “Is what he says true or false?” You tell us…  … Continue reading

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Buck Butler’s Doggone Miracle

Not long ago, about the time of the financial crisis in 2008, the U.S. faced grim prospects of an interminable energy crisis.  U.S. oil production had peaked in 1970 at about 9.6 million barrels per day.  It had been in … Continue reading

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