Monthly Archives: April 2016

Gold Stampede Imminent

The mass impulse of a cattle stampede can be triggered by something as innocuous as a blowing tumbleweed.  A sudden startle, or a perceived threat, is all it takes to setoff this mass uncontrolled running.  Once the herd collectively begins … Continue reading

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Rational Insanity

Dark storm clouds gather along the economic horizon.  They multiply ominously with each passing day.  The recovery, weak as it has been, has run for nearly seven years.  Now it appears to be sputtering and stalling out. On Tuesday, for … Continue reading

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Double Whammy Economics

What’s up with the U.S. consumer?  They seem to have come to their senses at the worst possible time.  They can no longer be counted on to push economic growth up and to the right.  Specifically, they’re not spending money … Continue reading

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No Guarantees of Success

Stock picking is an exercise in humility.  Ask anyone who has tried it.  Chances are their best ideas have gone against them more frequently than they’d care to admit. One thing that makes stock picking so confounding, is that it … Continue reading

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