Readers of this site know that I believe gold is a likely safe haven in the trek toward economic Armageddon. Zerohedge thinks the chart below keeps Ben Bernanke up at night. Whether that is so or not is moot. Mr. Bernanke has other things that may affect his sleep even more. Mr. Bernanke is less [...]
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I am a big fan of John Mauldin’s work. For that reason I think this event is something you won’t want to miss. It is free and you won’t even have to leave your home.
Eric Fry discusses the Berkshire Boys (Buffett and Munger) with regard to their disdain for gold. Obviously he disagrees and makes his case for gold. One interesting analogy he used was by David Einhorn, an investment fund manager and gold investor: Einhorn’s dig at the Berkshire boys is merely his latest counter-punch against the anti-gold [...]
The cost of regulatory compliance in the US is killing jobs and investment. George Will reports: According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, by 2008 the cost of federal regulations had reached $1.75 trillion. That was 14 percent of national income unavailable for job-creating investments. And that was more than 11,000 regulations ago. The government [...]
The idea that going to college is a financial boon to your lifetime income is rarely questioned. But is it? When you take into account the lost work time, tuition, interest on debt, etc. do you really come out ahead? Are you better off going to a “name” school with high tuition versus a lesser [...]