Archive | October, 2013

Update

I tried to post before and couldn’t get it to go from Safari on my iPad. Let’s see if Blogsy will let me post. I’ve been missing in action the last few weeks because of a broken hip. On October 8th, I tripped at the office, heard a crack and found myself hanging onto the […]

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Things I’m Not Surprised About

Things I’m Not Surprised About October 25, 2013.  I was watching the morning news over my cup of coffee, while the headlines were reported in the normal, startling fashion.  As I watched, it struck me how unsurprising the headlines were.  Here’s a few: ·       Angela Merkel (Prime Minister of Germany) is angry that the NSA […]

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On Negative Book Reviews

Occasionally, I write negative book reviews.  I am not always right, but sometimes I locate books that are not up to par, or are downright mistaken.  I try to back up my findings with facts, but there is still a problem.  If I publish the negative review at Amazon, it is in the interests of […]

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With Jeremy Siegel at CFA Institute Baltimore

At the CFA Institute at Baltimore, we had the pleasure of having Jeremy Siegel come speak to us this past Thursday.  He was lively, engaging, and utterly convinced of his theses.  Thanks to Wisdom Tree for helping fund the endeavor. He openly asked us to poke holes in his theories.  This article is an effort […]

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It’s Here…

…cue the scary music from Poltergeist! The Health Insurance Marketplace (HIM) opened today! The Affordable Care Act (ACA) mandates that almost everyone must have health insurance by January 1, 2014. The HIM is a way for anyone not covered by an employer’s affordable plan to shop for health insurance. Let’s face it the ACA is […]

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