So Ahead of the Curve

NYT is reporting on demographics from our so distant neighbor Weirton, WV where the annual number of deaths exceeds births each year:  With Death Outpacing Birth, a County Slows to a Shuffle.

Can’t hide from the fact that have long been there already. In fact even in the NYT it has been our story in the . . . → Read More: So Ahead of the Curve

Steve Palmer: Bearish on Gold, but Bullish on Select Juniors

Get in cheap while companies are relatively unknown and then pick up doubles, triples, or better when they hit the big time—that is AlphaNorth Asset Management Founder Steve Palmer’s investment strategy. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Steve shares some ideas for spotting big growth potential.

Companies Mentioned: Golden Predator Corp. . . . → Read More: Steve Palmer: Bearish on Gold, but Bullish on Select Juniors

Restraining Capitalism

I was talking to a preacher buddy of my dad’s a while ago, discussing my future plans, and I told him how I wanted to be an economist.  Being a free-market apologist who had the audacity to challenge him on his favorable views of unions (from a historical perspective), he felt compelled to tell . . . → Read More: Restraining Capitalism

Economic Events on May 10, 2011

At 7:30 AM EDT, the NFIB Small Business Optimism Index for April will be released, providing information regarding the health and confidence of small businesses in the United States.

At 7:45 AM EDT, the weekly ICSC-Goldman Store Sales report will be released, giving an update on the health of the consumer through this analysis . . . → Read More: Economic Events on May 10, 2011