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The Federal Open Market Committee Meeting of March 14/2017

In a few hours, the Federal Open Market Committee will convene a meeting.  Do you know the names of the twelve members? Can you name one member? Two? Eight? Do you know their schedule? Do you know their agenda? Please allow … Continue reading

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Your Massive E-Mails Are Appreciated

   About 24 hours ago, I published an article on this website titled:   ” Goldfigure: Fort Knox and the Price of Gold. ”  When I went to my personal e-mail site that is not available to all of my … Continue reading

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Goldfigure: Fort Knox and the Price of Gold

   On this website, I always attempt to identify problems with truthful facts.  After the problem has been identified, I attempt to provide a solution and oftentimes multiple solutions.     With the U.S. National Debt at 17.5 Trillion dollars, the … Continue reading

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Financial Common Sense – Part 2

   Americans might assume that the Fed learned some valuable lessons from the dot-com crash of 2000-2001.  Unfortunately instead of addressing the growing problems in the U.S. economy after the dot-com crash, the Fed chose to repeat the same failed … Continue reading

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Financial Common Sense – Part 1

   Common sense is an important characteristic that people should possess.  However, when there is an economic upturn in the economy, individuals should ask themselves some questions.  The first question should be: 1) Is this economic upturn justified?  The second … Continue reading

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David Stockman and “The Great Deformation”

   I read between fifty and one-hundred-fifty books each year.  Since I invest in stocks and registered securities, I tend to read a disproportionately large number of books about finance and international economics.     Many of the popular books on … Continue reading

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