Category Archives: Observations

2014 predictions reviewed.

I reserve the right to update these until January 1, 2014.  Not that it will matter as I am just guessing anyway… -Stock Market:  Reality will finally set in late in the year as it becomes more and more apparent … Continue reading

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Economic Winter ahead

In the days to come the powers that be will be sorting out the European Debt Crisis and I’m sure offing a “solution” that in reality will only kick the can further down the road. No doubt that “solution” will … Continue reading

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The Occupy Movement

There is a real frustration in the USA (and the world I suspect) with banks and governments. The Occupy Wall Street movement and its offshoots are bubbling to the surface. There is broad range of support though many are wary … Continue reading

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More of the same

I continue to look for signs indicating some sort of economic recovery. Occasionally a positive jobs or profit number comes in and those who’s agenda that suits herald it has evidence/proof the “great recession is over. When companies like WalMart … Continue reading

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Laws

I find it interesting that we can target for assassination a leader of a country which I believe is a member of the UN. A few days ago NATO attacked the compound of the Libyan leader Kadoffi (sp?) killing one … Continue reading

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DOW – 12,700! Gold – $1,517!

The last time the Dow passed 12,700 (on the way up) Gold was about $600. Does this mean the true value of the Dow – in non-fiat dollars – is actually not worth any more than it was at its … Continue reading

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Godzilla

Almost a week ago northern Japan was shaken by the fourth largest earthquake on record, 9.0 on the Richter scale.  The subsequent tsunami devastated coastal communities and infrastructure.  That damage interrupted the operation of a nuclear power facility and they … Continue reading

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