Daily Archives: February 17, 2016

S&P 500: 3rd sinking spring since 2000?

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Sanders’s socialist revolution a sham?

Interesting discussion on The Current this morning…can anyone represent ‘the people’ in a two party system dominated by corporations and banks? Bernie Sanders’ bid for the Democratic presidential nomination is peppered with the unapologetic declaration that he a socialist. It … Continue reading

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Breaking up bank conglomerates: job #1

The glaring obvious fix to reckless risk taking and “Too big to fail” financial firms is to cut the line of credit between investment banks and the public purse. Risk takers need to own and manage their own vulnerability like … Continue reading

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Finally some productive output from big box stores

Another obvious solution, painfully slow in the dawning! See,  Roofs of big box stores key in shift to 100% renewable energy: The U.S. has the technical potential to produce more than 100 times as much electricity from solar photovoltaic and … Continue reading

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Truth and consequences

Some refreshing candor out of the guest in this clip.  Even as the Bloomberg-tainers keep trying to pump sexy and sophisticated ‘plays’, Carnutt doesn’t relent: central bank intervention has broken financial markets, to protect savings one needs to ‘de-risk’ ie., … Continue reading

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