Daily Archives: November 10, 2014

Millennial’s turned off rigged markets

This is an encouraging story:  having watched the repeated boom/bust of increasingly rigged financial markets the past 15 years, recent research finds that 20 and 30 somethings today want little to do with equities, and trust no one when it … Continue reading

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Madness 4.0: even more “accessible” gambling

The madness continues to roll out in the latest brilliant initiative from the Ontario Lottery Gaming Corporation. You can read all about it on their site here. Here’s an excerpt on their new expansion plans (my comments in brackets): “Since … Continue reading

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John Oliver on the madness of government promoted gambling

When I was a kid, public gambling was something done mostly in Vegas and Atlantic City. Today it is available everywhere from local convenience stores, to state run casinos and unlimited on line gaming sites. Gambling can be highly addictive … Continue reading

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Hussman: stock market is over-valued by 100%

Nothing a 50% decline won’t fix in a hurray… John Hussman is highly respected for his prodigious use of data and adherence to what it tells him about the state of the financial markets. His regular weekly market commentary is … Continue reading

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