• January 15, 2012
A letter to the One Percent

The Ninety-Nine Percent have watched helplessly as you’ve shipped our jobs overseas and debased our currency to enrich your pockets.

Read more

  • September 21, 2011
Beware of Geeks Bearing Formulas

Despite the occasional headline-grabbing failure of computerized high-frequency trading, it still accounts for roughly 50 percent of all trading volume.

Read more

  • September 7, 2011
Four Letter Words Give Unsettling Economic Signals

As daily media contradictions about the economy recovering versus taking a path to double dipping persist, Americans are unsettled and Investors have become very wary. Volatility will be a long drawn out sentiment.

Read more

  • April 3, 2011
The Need to be Self Educated

The truffle hound — an animal so bred and trained for one narrow purpose that he wasn’t much good at anything else, and that is the reward system in a lot of academic departments – Charlie Munger

Read more

  • November 9, 2010
We Are Learning to Downsize

I see folks downsizing; homes are no longer the huge castles of the past twenty years but rather smaller and more sensible homes.

Read more