Category Archives: Economics

Why Invest in Natural Resources?

Natural resources are anything that is collected in raw form or mined, such as gold, coal or lumber. There are many strong reasons for investing in natural resources. They make up part of almost every product available, and the world population is consuming more and more. A few of the reasons to invest in natural […]

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Bail Or No Bail – How Much Trouble Is The Euro In?

The big news out of Europe this week was the announcement of a 50% write-down of Greek bonds held by European banks in another massive bailout of the embattled country. Problems with this approach began to surface quickly. The biggest and most challenging is the temporary injunction issued by the German Constitutional Court on October […]

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4 Signs of an Imminent Double Dip Recession

While optimism has been the name of the game over the last year; optimism regarding the stock market, housing market, employment market, and the economic recovery as a whole, that same optimism has begun to waver. As home sales plummet, the slightest bad news sends the stock market lower, and unemployment seems stuck near its […]

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Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics

In this first column, I would like to touch on a statistical number that is grossly misrepresented in the pop media, how it should be interpreted, and how to apply a new understanding what it means to your personal finance planning.

Read the full article »

Category Archives: Economics

Why Invest in Natural Resources?

Natural resources are anything that is collected in raw form or mined, such as gold, coal or lumber. There are many strong reasons for investing in natural resources. They make up part of almost every product available, and the world population is consuming more and more. A few of the reasons to invest in natural […]

Read the full article »

Bail Or No Bail – How Much Trouble Is The Euro In?

The big news out of Europe this week was the announcement of a 50% write-down of Greek bonds held by European banks in another massive bailout of the embattled country. Problems with this approach began to surface quickly. The biggest and most challenging is the temporary injunction issued by the German Constitutional Court on October […]

Read the full article »

4 Signs of an Imminent Double Dip Recession

While optimism has been the name of the game over the last year; optimism regarding the stock market, housing market, employment market, and the economic recovery as a whole, that same optimism has begun to waver. As home sales plummet, the slightest bad news sends the stock market lower, and unemployment seems stuck near its […]

Read the full article »

Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics

In this first column, I would like to touch on a statistical number that is grossly misrepresented in the pop media, how it should be interpreted, and how to apply a new understanding what it means to your personal finance planning.

Read the full article »