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The Path of Least Resistance

The stock market hopped like a frog last week…jumping higher than in any week in over two years.  When the week was over, the DOW had climbed 5.4 percent, the S&P500 had climbed 5.6 percent, and the NASDAQ had climbed … Continue reading

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Three Ways to Shelter Your Cash from Inflation

Building wealth ain’t easy.  On the one hand you must pay taxes on what you make.  On the other hand inflation is continuously gnawing away at what you are able to save.  With these two forces working against you why … Continue reading

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Shooting Monetary Blanks

Severe storms in the Midwest and South are flooding out levees and riverbanks at a rate not seen in 74 years.  From what we gather, if levels rise much higher at the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers the … Continue reading

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Turning the World Upside Down

Some Words On Inflation “Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon,” said Milton Freidman. What he likely meant is that inflation is the increase in the supply of money relative to the supply and demand for goods and services … Continue reading

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