Category Archives: health insurance

Is heath care reform’s death the end of this bull market?

Well, so much for health care reform.  At least for now.  And, as well, for the first chance in decades to make a dent in the ever-growing entitlement state. If you think I’m heartless to write that, I’m not.  I’m … Continue reading

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We interrupt this program to bring you a quick look at the influence of governance on investment and the well-being of a nation’s people

I know, I know.  Mostly – almost always – I stick to pure investment issues.  Last summer, after the Mike Brown/Ferguson tragedy, I strayed into race, which matters, too, and now, with this post, I want to get into governance … Continue reading

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Save as if your life depended on it – because your future life does!

Did you make any New Year’s resolutions?  Maybe to lose ten pounds?  Or cut out fat?  Or get more sleep? Maybe to be more faithful in your devotions this year? If you did, I hope you stick with it.  But … Continue reading

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May those old “animal spirits” flow again.

My last note confessed to disappointment over the national election results.  For those of us who operate under a faith perspective, we must trust that God can and will work with the result.  I pray for our President, even if … Continue reading

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