Monthly Archives: September 2018

Oil Mania Redux

By now, late September of 2018, it has become increasingly evident that something big is about to happen.  What exactly that may be is anyone’s guess.  But, whatever it is, we suggest you prepare for it now…before it’s too late. … Continue reading

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The Burden of the American Worker

There’s great elation flowing from the various economic bureaus down through President Trump.  They bring a message of good news.  If you haven’t heard, here in the USA, we live, work, and play in the dazzle and delight of an … Continue reading

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Honest Work for Dishonest Pay

Over the past decade, in the wake of the 2008-09 debt crisis, the impossible has happened.  The sickness of too much debt has been seemingly cured with massive dosages of even more debt.  This, no doubt, is evidence that there … Continue reading

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Thirteen Reckonings Hanging in the Balance

The NASDAQ slipped below 8,000 this week.  But you can table your reservations.  The record bull market in U.S. stocks is still on. With a little imagination, and the assistance of crude chart projections, DOW 40,000 could be eclipsed by … Continue reading

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