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September 2010

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The Greatest Lie Ever Told

September 29, 2010 – Comments (63)

Investors are still the primary allocators of capital in the market economy and the question on nearly every investor's mind is how much of that capital should be allocated to precious metals.  I can't answer this question.  It's up to the individual investor.  I can, however, help you, the investor, understand how we went from a world of gold to a world of monetary chaos.  That's the purpose of this post.   [more]

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Enough is ENOUGH, Motley Fool

September 26, 2010 – Comments (28)

Recently I asked why Motley Fool does not institute Captcha for creating blogs and commenting on posts. The response provided indicated that since the foe appears to be human, Captcha would not help.  [more]

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Investors Are Sponges, Give Them Some Water

September 24, 2010 – Comments (5)

This blog is friendly advice for CAPS bloggers, particularly newcomers that feel overwhelmed by the amount of blogs written and the quality of competing blogs.  I present this to anyone interested in blogging here.  No matter your beliefs, I welcome you and offer to help.  [more]

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Quien es mas machos? Gold Bugs or Paper Bugs

September 23, 2010 – Comments (32)

Paper Bugs like to ridicule Gold Bugs.  If you are new to the Paper Bug / Gold Bug fight, perhaps you don't know this.  On the Internet, Paper Bugs are on the run.  The Motley Fool is no exception.  [more]

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Inspiration, Move Me Brightly

September 21, 2010 – Comments (17)

Restless.  Let's dive right in.  [more]

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Discussing Marx with zloj and russiangambit

September 09, 2010 – Comments (41)

I'm very excited for this post.  I've spent the last 2-3 weeks working my way through Marx's Das Kapital Volume I, along with a couple of critical works.  I will get into the critical works a little later.    [more]

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Questions for Fed Apologists

September 05, 2010 – Comments (34)

Well, we won't get any answers, but let's ask anyway.  [more]

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