The coming ex post analysis

So I will say this…. there is surely going to be a paper written after the assessment is over with  an evaluation of whether the appeals process decreased the inequities in the assessment results… or if they made the inequities worse.

Why would I even suggest such a thing?  If you read the short . . . → Read More: The coming ex post analysis

Byron King: Companies Must Pay Dividends to Make Top-10 Gold List

The world still needs gold and other natural resources, but we may need a new investment model to sustain them, says Byron King, writer and editor for Agora Financial’s Outstanding Investments and Energy & Scarcity Investor newsletters and contributor to the Daily Resource Hunter. Despite ongoing market volatility, he names several midtier and . . . → Read More: Byron King: Companies Must Pay Dividends to Make Top-10 Gold List

Money Is Power

The central bank is still up to its regular shenanigans.  Here’s the proof:

Now, however, is the first time in more than half a century that the average American is both earning less and worth less than four years earlier, at least after inflation is factored in. [Emphasis added.]

Inflation is a sure way . . . → Read More: Money Is Power