Monthly Archives: November 2014

Praise for Profits: a Black Friday Reflection

https://www.etsy.com/shop/dutchiemade?ref=search_shop Today is the day that retail stores cajole us by the millions into their stores to scratch and claw for the deals that come and go as fast as I hit my snooze bar and roll over. I have … Continue reading

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GENERATIONAL WEALTH: Separating Myths for Millenials

“The Millennial” generation refers to the roughly 83 million Americans born from 1980 through 2000.   To lend perspective, the baby boomer generation was roughly 67 million strong, born over a similar time period – 1946 to 1965. So, many … Continue reading

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Liberate the Wine! and other WEB GEMS

Liberty, eh? (6:00) . . . The Libertarian movement is alive and well in our neighbor to the north. As they say in Quebec, Liberte! Anything but safe . . . How Venezuela and Argentina have proven that the middle … Continue reading

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Roths, Bitcoin, Leaving the Tip: WEB GEMS

Roth IRA “back door” . . . A new ruling by the IRS may allow a way of getting around IRA contribution limits. The Bitcoin Embassy (2:36) . . . This Canadian attraction has everything for the bitcoin enthusiast. Even T-shirts. … Continue reading

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Ebola, X-box, and B.O: WEB GEMS

Distorted money . . . Rothbard on the flaws behind the government-regulated, “stable-money” system. The X-box made me do it (3:43) . . . Econ Prof. Michael Ward explodes the assumption that video-games = violence. Asset forfeiture programs? . . … Continue reading

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