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Australia Declares War On Resource Companies - Who's Next?

May 02, 2010 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: BHP , RIO

In my opinion, this is a very important lesson for all stock investors.  [more]



The Real Reason The Stock Market Goes Up And Down May Not Be What You Think....

February 02, 2010 – Comments (2)

You may think the stock market has been going up or down because of earnings expectations, economic expectations, political stuff, or the value of the dollar.  This is certainly what the folks in the mass media are telling you, but they are wrong.  [more]



FINALLY....At Long Last, The USA Starts To Get It Right

January 21, 2010 – Comments (3)

Winners and losers both make mistakes.  The difference is that winners admit their mistakes and rectify them so they don't happen again while losers pretend they didn't make a mistake and they try to justify their mistake and thus, they never fix the problem.  Winners rectify and losers justify.  [more]



Gold Stocks - Where Are The Profits?

November 23, 2009 – Comments (8)

I look at the balance sheets of the gold mining companies and I have to just scratch my head.  Where are all the profits?   Gold is up 9 years in a row, right?  So how come you have paid in capital of billions and billions and retained earnings of little or nothing?  This is for gold stock after gold stock.  I can't find many that look anything like a legitimate business which earns a profit from operations.  They are great at selling shares to the public, but when it comes to making money digging yellow metal out of the ground, there is little or nothing to show those shareholders.   If someone can find a pure gold mining stock that has more retained earnings on the balance sheet than paid in capital, I would love to see it.  This whole industry just stinks by any reasonable measure of business success other than share price, and if they don't have retained earnings after nine good years in a row, what will happen when they get the inevitable bad years?   I find it ironic that people supposedly buy gold stocks for safety and they load their portfolios with these junky time bombs.   [more]



Banking and God

November 04, 2009 – Comments (12)

I've been reading recently about several high level banking executives who say that religion is on the side of the bankers and Jesus would approve of high pay for bank executives.  Apparently, these people have no clue that all three of the Western World's three major religions, Islam, Christianity, and Judaism originally prohibited banking in it's current form.  All three religions prohibited "usury", which was defined at that time as charging interest on a loan.    [more]

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