OK, Yes, I'm a Gold Bug

More of a silver bug, actually. But a metal bug. I like having the real stuff, and I particularly like having it already broken down into known increments that are reasonably spendable (or will be, as more and more people decide that precious metals make more sense than paper backed only by “the full . . . → Read More: OK, Yes, I’m a Gold Bug

Redistributing Wealth

In an axiomatic sense, wealth is always distributed in some way. Likewise, any transfer or exchange of wealth is a redistribution of wealth.

Redistribution of wealth comes in two forms: coercive and voluntary. The former method of redistribution is associated with socialism and, more generally, any statist attempt at transferring the goods or wealth . . . → Read More: Redistributing Wealth

Liquids-Rich Companies Will Weather the Dry Spell: Luc Mageau

With the winter warmer and drier than previous years, natural gas companies are suffering from depressed prices. However, Raymond James Analyst Luc Mageau identifies liquids-rich companies that can create profits with or without a natural gas price rally. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Mageau explains how to use well payout rates . . . → Read More: Liquids-Rich Companies Will Weather the Dry Spell: Luc Mageau

Economic Events on February 3, 2012

The Monster Employment Index for January was released today, and the index moved down 7 points from last month to a value of 133, but is 9% higher than last January’s value.

At 8:30 AM EDT, the Employment Situation report for January will be announced, and the consensus for non-farm payrolls is an increase . . . → Read More: Economic Events on February 3, 2012