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This Friday’s shoot-the-shit topic attempts to make some sense of the very recent 295+ point loss on the DOW due to a strengthening dollar against the euro. If you ever wanted to know where Wall Street’s head is at, recall … Continue reading
This Friday’s shoot-the-shit topic is an open discussion on the recent media assessment that this week’s stock rally was fueled by a Republican sweep in the midterm elections AND “Rebounding Oil Prices.” So, let’s take a look at part 2 … Continue reading
Recently, we’ve seen a rash of public trust funds, from blue states, divest themselves of investments in firearm manufacturing businesses. More recently, CalPERS, the country’s largest public pension fund, announced that it would divest its holdings in Smith and Wesson … Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal, Online, ran an interesting article titled: “Fighting Form: Military Takes On Battery Fatigue” written by Keith Johnson, which speaks to the growing and urgent need for rethinking power. It has reached the point of ridiculous personally, so I … Continue reading