Daily Archives: September 8, 2014

US dollar defies doom-sayers

When the US dollar was carving out a double bottom in 2011 and the Canadian dollar was rebounding along with QE hopes for an extended commodity’s boom, the greenback was widely declared doomed.  In fact strategists were pretty unanimously bearish … Continue reading

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Worthwhile watch: “Into the Wild”

Watched this film on the weekend.  Based on a true story and written, directed by Sean Penn.  It is visually beautiful and ruminating, uplifting.  One of those films that walks around in your mind for days afterwards, and the more … Continue reading

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Revisiting “The Last Lecture”

We have Randy’s book “The Last Lecture” on our coffee table and I spent some time reading through it again yesterday.  For me it is a useful “pull your head out of butt” tool, when needed. For those who haven’t … Continue reading

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Danielle on This Week in Money

Danielle was a guest on This Week in Money with Jim Goddard talking about recent developments in the world economy and markets.  She was the second guest on the show so her segment can be found by advancing the play … Continue reading

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