Monthly Archives: May 2014

A Symbol of Death for Stocks

We’re spoiled for material.  Each and every day we check the headlines with glee.  Not only are we eager to see what’s happening…we’re eager to discover the latest canard. For instance, last fall something called Balloon Dog sold at a … Continue reading

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How a Big Cat Started Europe’s Addiction to Oil

How a Big Cat Started Europe’s Addiction to Oil By Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Investment Strategist On July 1, 1911, a German gunboat named Panther sailed into the port of Agadir, Morocco, and changed history. For the previous two decades, … Continue reading

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Wealth Building for Pigs

Today we close our eyes, tilt back our head, and breathe deeply.  Not only do we breathe in oxygen…we breathe in something more: Perspective. We’ve never gutted a hog around here.  But, from what we gather, it’s a bloody mess.  … Continue reading

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Treadmill Economics

A day hardly goes by that doesn’t offer the unexpected.  Just when we thought the economy was rolling over to take a big fall something remarkable happened… “Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 288,000, and the unemployment rate fell by … Continue reading

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