Monthly Archives: December 2010

Puzzling it together

Looking at the world today based on our past experience results in a broad spectrum of conclusions.  I’m documenting mine here in this blog.  This puzzle is bigger than I can understand and accept that I don’t even recognize a … Continue reading

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Trends Journal predicitons.

From a well known professional forecaster posted on various sites around the web I’ll copy it here for comparison to my prognostications. “Trends Journal Scoop – The Top Trends Of 2011” By Gerald Celente “After the tumultuous years of the … Continue reading

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2011 Predictions (Bleak)

Time to start guessing as to what the new year will bring. Dow = 8500 after topping 12,000 briefly early in the year a series of crisis’s will erode confidence, fuel profit taking.   Gold=$1750   Silver= $50 due to … Continue reading

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2010 predictions

These are the predictions (Wild Guesses) I made last January. -Stock Market:   8500    **Currently 11,000 -Gas prices: $3.57 (locally), peak at $4.24/gal about labor day.      **Currently $3.20 and never got near $4 -Unemployment.  Since this is based on current enrollment … Continue reading

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Gold Bubble?

Gold has risen dramatically vs. currency recently.  Some state it is the next “bubble.” I would agree that the price of gold has inflated rapidly, beyond that I don’t follow the reasoning. In previous “bubbles” (Tech bubble, the finance/housing bubble) … Continue reading

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Swirling around inside my head

My life goes on, essentially as it always has for me, which is to say, it is going well.  I’m healthy, happy and prosperous.  I’ve managed to stay afloat in this economic downturn.  I don’t miss eating out, going to … Continue reading

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