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We have another Candidate for a Theme Song

Phil Collins was perhaps 25 years ahead of his time [...]

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Parking v Investing

There are two distinct trends that we have to divide and conquer to fully understand what we are dealing with (1) Parking capital and (2) Investing Capital The [...]

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HELLO STAGFLATION

The U.S. economy shrank from October through December for the first time since the recession ended.We are looking at the net effect of Obama’s [...]

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309.6 Year Cycle – It’s About Time

Just to make it absolutely clear, within every wave, like in a bull market, there are always counter trends or corrections. There MUST be two sides in all trends be [...]

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International Advisory Board

In response to many former clients who have asked to join the International Think Tank operation under construction in Switzerland, we will be establishing an [...]

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Asset Class Allocations

When you actually conduct studies of relationships that people ASSUME exist, you find that they rarely actually exist. Investigating stochastic behavior of the [...]

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Nothing is Certain

In research, 99% of all mistakes are caused by ASSUMING something from the outset. The ONLY way to conduct research is to follow the breadcrumbs. Whatever you may [...]

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Krugman Says We Are In A Depression & More Gov’t Spending Is Necessary

Fischer Black and Myron Scholes won the Nobel Prize for Economics. Scholes was  involved with Long-Term Capital Management that blew up on that formula. The fund, [...]

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What Makes the World Tick

It is interesting how people are married to a single idea and from that position they attack anything that negates that belief. The object of research is to [...]

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Prosecutorial Misconduct is Killing the Economy

The view of the American Justice System is so bad outside the United States that young lawyers take these jobs to make a name for themselves so they can get those [...]

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