Monthly Archives: February 2013

Bearish Conviction Crumbles

If you are reading this essay because I notified you that I posted it, and you didn’t just stumble in from a search engine, you’re part of a hardy, but shrinking cohort. Forty percent of my regular readers have taken a hike. No surprise-it … Continue reading

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The Perilous TINA Factor

Ok, so what’s the speed of dark? —Steven Wright The cure for high prices is high prices. Tomatoes are ten bucks a pound?  No thanks, we’ll eat spinach this week. That is common sense, which the stock market is not. In the weird … Continue reading

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