Daily Archives: November 14, 2012

Actionable ideas needed

One of the impediments to wiser policies is that while many people are excellent at criticizing, too few are willing or able to propose positive steps forward. Talk, talk, talk and too little action. Valuable commentators should be expected to … Continue reading

Posted in Main Page | 3 Comments

Understanding secular bears

It is quite likely that risk markets may initially bounce for some period of time on news of an agreement out of Washington mitigating (deferring) elements of the “fiscal cliff”. It is also probable however that any such bounce will … Continue reading

Posted in Main Page | Leave a comment

The numbers behind the hype

This graphic of the “fiscal cliff” gives a good summary of the tax increases in dollars terms for each taxpayer group which range from an extra $412 to $3500 maximum per year for 99% of tax payers, and up to … Continue reading

Posted in Main Page | 5 Comments

Danielle on the Financial Survival Network

Danielle was a guest today with Kerry Lutz on the Financial Survival Network talking about recent trends in the world economy and markets. You can listen to an audio clip of the interview here.

Posted in Main Page | Leave a comment