Monthly Archives: October 2014

Zombies, Ebola, and Taylor Swift: WEB GEMS

We’re Zombies (2:25) . . . Economist Daniel D’Amico points out some frightening similiarities between zombies and those deprived of the right to freely associate (warning: brief violence, but it’s ok, they’re just zombies.)  Climate debate over: We’re doomed . … Continue reading

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Investing Success Defined, pt3

Embracing volatility Taking this investing thing to the Nth degree, to its end, the investor must at some point embrace and even enjoy volatility for him or her to be truly successful. This means having the ability to live with … Continue reading

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We Will Win Again.

At our next event we’ll talk about how to win with Capitalism. Let me remind you how we won last time. I wrote this in August of 2011: In October of 2007 the DOW was at 14093, and everyone was happy. … Continue reading

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Investing Success Defined, pt2

Consistently Content Earlier I said that being a successful investor means at least two things: That you get market return, net of reasonable access fees. That you get what you expected to get. If as nn investor you get market … Continue reading

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I Call That a Bargain

In less than 30 days the DOW has seen a retraction of more than 1000 points – a 6.53% decline in less than a month. Mark Matson and I call that  O P P O R T U N I … Continue reading

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