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Stupid Investment Phrases

By Morgan HouseNov. 14, 2013 My job requires reading a lot of financial news. It’s one of my favorite parts. But it gives me a front-row seat to the downside of financial journalism: gibberish, nonsense, garbage, and drivel. And let … Continue reading

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Bankers! Sheesh!

Ok, by now you should be able to tell that I have a distinct distaste for anything bankerish. Frank Capra’s characterization in “It’s a Wonderful Life” seems to have been about spot on for nearly all bankers. Herewith, I now … Continue reading

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How Little We Know – A classic from my archives

HOW LITTLE WE KNOW by Harry Browne August 22, 1984 You’ve probably had the experience of reading a newsletter’s (blog’s) explanation of what is about to happen in the world. The writer presents a sensible, logical, compelling argument that something … Continue reading

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Some Humor Hits Too Close to Home.

Goldman Sachs in Talks to Acquire Treasury Department Sister Entities to Share Employees, Money From The Borowitz Report In what some on Wall Street are calling the biggest blockbuster deal in the history of the financial sector, Goldman Sachs confirmed … Continue reading

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Awright, So whose been reading my obscure blog here?

I’ve submitted a few of my posts to a mainstream investment website, and guess what? They published them. Then to make matters worse, Carl Ayers who publishes IAWATCH, read my article about how a Bernie Madoff scam can never happen … Continue reading

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The investor anti-fraud cardinal rule (again).

I saw an article this morning stating that one of the largest hedge fund investors, also burned by the Bernie Madoff scam, is now demanding of all hedge funds in which it invests, that they begin using independent administrators immediately … Continue reading

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