Monthly Archives: January 2011

My 2010 Year-end Summary to Clients

To My Clients: Our accounts were up 12.5 % for the Quarter and up 22.5 % for the year 2010. We are very gratified to have obtained excellent returns and performance for another year in a difficult economy and despite … Continue reading

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Can The Euro be Saved?

By PAUL KRUGMAN January 12, 2011 THERE’S SOMETHING peculiarly apt about the fact that the current European crisis began in Greece. For Europe’s woes have all the aspects of a classical Greek tragedy, in which a man of noble character … Continue reading

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Loan Demand Showing Signs of Life.

One of the main problems with the economic recovery is slow money growth, due to lack of loan growth, partly due to lack of loan demand. We’ve written repeatedly about the liquidity trap wherein banks don’t want to lend anymore … Continue reading

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