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Peddling Loans and Lies to Kids

There’s nothing like an abundant flow of money and credit to push prices out of whack.  Borrowing from tomorrow to buy today has the effect of boosting demand.  Prices must rise to equilibrate the boost in demand. But prices can … Continue reading

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How to Retire a Decade Early

The stock market’s got ants in its pants.  After crashing 326 point on Monday, the DOW jumped up 72 points on Tuesday.  Then, on Wednesday, after dropping 100 points early on, the DOW finished the day about where it started.  … Continue reading

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Some Lessons Cannot Be Learned from an iPad

Some Lessons Cannot Be Learned from an iPad By Dennis Miller, Editor, Money Forever My wife Jo and I spent a weekend last fall at our daughter Holly’s house, enjoying time with our two young grandchildren, three-year-old Brock and eight-year-old … Continue reading

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Fantasy Stocks for a Fantasy Market

Fantasy Stocks for a Fantasy Market By Doug French, Contributing Editor, Casey Research They don’t ring bells at the top, but when a company called Fantex Holdings plans to sell shares in professional athletes and possibly actors and musicians, a … Continue reading

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