Monthly Archives: August 2011

Libyan War of Liberation – A Success Story

As news pours in about the freedom-seeking rebels closing in on Tripoli a mere five months after the attack on Benghazi, I was thinking of the momentous changes that we have helped with in the Arab world and what a … Continue reading

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Gold as a Thermometer for the Economy’s Fever

Have you heard of Peter Schiff? He runs an unusual brokerage company called Euro Pacific Capital which can get you investments you can’t get into elsewhere, like Australian stocks/CDs and physical gold. He is someone widely derided by the conventional … Continue reading

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Are Taxes too High?

I received a very informative link to ten telling charts about U.S. taxes, from my friend Ashok Chandra that I wish to share. Our taxes are the lowest they have been since 1950! Corporate taxes have been falling precipitously for … Continue reading

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America Downgrades Itself!

Yesterday the inevitable happened. S&P downgraded U.S. debt from AAA to AA+. It was a stunning case of self-inflicted pain by a dangerously dysfunctional government. They were ably aided by a media that is incapable of analysis and perspective, so … Continue reading

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How to Invest in the Coming Market Debacle

As I write this the global stock markets have shed $4.3 Trillion in the last 10 trading days! It’s pretty clear that Financial Disaster looms here in the U.S. I wrote a month ago that all the dysfunctions that caused … Continue reading

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