Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Economic Motherboard is Now Fried

Economics is a boring and tedious trade to the casual observer.  All the monthly report outs on GDP, employment, manufacturing, inflation, among other indexes, are a dull waste of time.  What decisions could one possibly make to improve their lot … Continue reading

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Skeletons in the Closet

Just when the mainstream press thought they had a solid theme to report, something unexpected happened.  No one quite knows what’s going on for sure.  But the economy’s popular storyline appears to be drifting off plot. The general consensus since … Continue reading

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The Best Time to Squirrel Away Some Nuts

“Sell in May and go away,” goes the old Wall Street adage.  The general rule is to sell stocks on May 1, hold cash through the summer and into the fall, and then re-enter the stock market on Halloween Day.  … Continue reading

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