Category Archives: MN Gordon

Something Worth Striving For

The days are long and hot in the Northern Hemisphere when real American patriots spit upon their hands and hoist the stars and stripes. On July 4, the free and brave, with duty and self-sacrifice, begrudgingly accept federal holiday pay to stand tall upon their own two feet. Rugged individualism and uncompromising independence are essential to their character. Continue reading

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How the Bottom Up Bailout Will Impact the Future

The lockdown of the economy by government order is proving to be a blunder of epic proportions. Coronavirus is still on the loose. Yet, as a result of the lockdown, the economy’s been destroyed. Continue reading

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America’s Guaranteed Living Hell

One of the consequences of expansionary monetary intervention is that it distorts the relationship between financial markets and the underlying economy. Stimulus with the supposed intent of juicing the economy has the effect of juicing financial markets. Sometimes – like now – these inflationary policies have the effect of completely disconnecting the stock market from the economy. Continue reading

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Should You Buy the Dip?

Something remarkable happened yesterday [Thursday]. Stocks didn’t go up. They went down…and they went down a lot. The S&P 500 dumped 5.89 percent. But that was nothing. Gannett Co. crashed 29.5 percent, Noble Corporation plunged 25.51 percent, and Denbury Resources dropped 23.65 percent. Should you buy the dip? Continue reading

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