Paging Dr. Sowell

Someone needs help thinking beyond stage one:*

Researchers with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York found that investors who used low-down-payment, subprime credit to purchase multiple residential properties helped inflate home prices and are largely to blame for the recession. The researchers said their findings focused on an “undocumented” dimension of the housing . . . → Read More: Paging Dr. Sowell

Balancing Small Silver with Big Payoffs: David Morgan

David Morgan, publisher of Silver Investor, likes the balanced risk and growth that midtier companies provide, but even he can’t resist the pull of having a speculative pick pay off. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Morgan talks about the tenets he lives by when investing in mining companies, be they . . . → Read More: Balancing Small Silver with Big Payoffs: David Morgan

Risk of depletion: the vacation from pension angst is over before it began

Yunz thought I forgot.  That or lost interest?  Boiler has been building up steam is all.  That and there seems to be quite a confluence of news in the nexus here: pensions, assessments, redistricting even migration. Damage Control teams being spread thin just trying to keep up. But let’s poke in on pensions for a minute.

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