Monthly Archives: March 2013

One Today

One Today  By Richard Blanco, For the 2013 Presidential Inauguration One sun rose on us today, kindled over our shores, peeking over the Smokies, greeting the faces of the Great Lakes, spreading a simple truth across the Great Plains, then … Continue reading

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On The Federal Budget Deficit

A crowded trade is a market position in which the players are all of one mind. As a trader with hopes of survival, I tend towards taking the other side of consensus bets. I’ve come around to thinking that the … Continue reading

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Socionomics Favors Conservatism Now: Too Bad

“WE’RE IN AN AWFUL MESS! THERE IS NO WAY WE CAN GET OUT OF THIS! IT’S JUST A MATTER OF TIME BEFORE SIXTEEN TRILLION DOLLARS OF GOVERNMENT DEBT,  ALL BEING SPENT WASTEFULLY, RUNS THE NATION INTO AN END THAT IS TOO HORRIBLE TO CONTEMPLATE … Continue reading

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A Great Deception

Confront the brutal facts of your current reality, but never doubt that you will prevail —Admiral James Stockdale, Viet Nam POW for eight years Michael is fifty-four today. He is a cashier at Target and the guy he’s checking out wants to know what … Continue reading

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New Wave Count, Same Expectation

I don’t think I have any regular readers who are interested in market analysis based on the Elliott Wave Principle. But I do think I am read for what the analysis implies. The new high on the Dow Jones Industrial … Continue reading

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My Annual Populist Rant

Makes me no nevermind that Wal-Mart heirs occupy positions 6, 7, 8 and 9 on the Forbes’ 400 list of America’s richest people. God love ’em, they didn’t ask to be born on third base, and the record shows that they … Continue reading

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