As I posted back in Feb. of this year, I predict the market will end the year approximately 10,500.
But of course it will not be exactly 10,500. More like 10,500ish. Somewhere between 10,200 and 10,800.
Close enough for a hand grenade.
... will mean nothing when the regulators refuse to enforce it. [more]
This evening, I noticed I got the "all star" charm. My first reaction was "What? Are you nuts?" [more]
Naw, it's not another "buy American" advertisement. Instead, it's a plan of action for YOU to save the American economy. Maybe not single handedly, but certainly a plan of action. Something absolutely guaranteed to work according to the most proven economic theories of our time. No, not that pablum by Keynes - I'm talking about the only one that counts; the only one that matters; the only one that always works. [more]
There are few popularly held notions in this world that are demonstratively false. One of them is the belief that labor and management have two different, and some say diametrically opposing interests. Advocates of Unitarian industrial relations believe the company is best when everyone is one big happy family. But the unitarians often fail to understand that loyalty, and sacrifice, is a two way street, expected of both labor and management. Sacrifice is a two edged sword that should cut both labor and management equally deep. [more]