Category Archives: National debt

Enter, stage right, Stag Nation

Markets are in a tizzy these days.  We’ve had five consecutive down days, some quite significantly down.  Today, managed to finish up. But we may be in for more downward pressure. Yes, there are problems in the world.  Orlando’s terrorist … Continue reading

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Are we entering a recession?

This will be a kind of “wonky” post. For those of us that, sometimes, like to look in the weeds, kick the tires, or take apart the broken toaster, it may be fun.  But for those who just want the … Continue reading

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Some very sobering charts

Here are a couple for charts that spoke volumes to me.  May their troubling reality also speak to you, too. They spoke to me about many things, but in particular about the attraction of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders to … Continue reading

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