Suggested stops for the December rankings are provided below. These are mechanical calculations based on ETF volatility. As usual, the first column represents the price at the end of November and the second two columns represent possible stop levels. One is tighter than the other and whether you choose either or set your own is […]
Archive for December, 2011
For car buffs or those who just want to revisit the past, this site has to be one of the neatest. The web-site features the original factory brochures for nearly every American car. Pick the manufacturer, the year and the model and then enjoy! http://www.lov2xlr8.no/broch1.html
Some people believe that banging your head against a wall is therapeutic because it feels so good when you stop. Even if one believes that, how long should one engage in such behavior? Is there an optimal time for best results? An analogy to this head-banging in the business world is putting up with oppressive […]
Absurdity is often an excellent way to make a point. Aesop thought so when he created the fable of the ant and the grasshopper. But just how much of a fable was it? This email updates Aesop’s attempt at absurdity. Unfortunately for the country, other than the anthropomorphic elements, the fable is no longer a […]
Our economy continues to deteriorate. From The Economic Collapse comes this evidence: In the middle of this “economic recovery” that Obama keeps talking about a staggering number of retail stores are closing up shop. The following is a list of store closings in 2011 that I recently found. The first number represents the total number of […]
From Mac Slavo regarding what to expect after the collapse. It is not as if this vision was conjured up from the mind of a paranoid. Most of it happened recently in Argentina. Similar experiences are available elsewhere. The following excerpts have been graciously contributed by Fernando Ferfal Aguirre and were originally published in his […]
Even “eating the rich” in terms of a 100% tax rate will not solve the government’s excessive spending. Watch this video to understand the extent of our problem in terms that anyone should be able to understand. If video does not work, it can be seen here.