Category Archives: environmentalism

“A Recession is Ahead” – or so “they” keep telling me

A friend of mine and a reader of my blog spoke to me recently about the coming recession.  He thought “moving assets to cash” would be the right thing to do. We hear much about “fake news” in the political … Continue reading

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Earth Day Reflections

I know. This is an investment blog.  For people saving for retirement. Except. Except when it isn’t.  When developments in the social, economic, political, or environmental policy worlds interfere unnecessarily, ineffectively, or dangerously with the well being of real human … Continue reading

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