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  • 22 Signs The Economy Is Heading For A Big Comeback In The Months Ahead [View article]
    God Bless America. Checks and balances. Nice to see this article even things out.
    Feb 26 10:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 20 Signs The U.S. Economy Is Heading For Big Trouble In The Months Ahead [View article]
    j.s. gordon, I've read some really positive things about Cleveland lately. Had the same thoughts as you about that city before I found out it was a pretty decent place to live and work. Never been there.
    Feb 25 08:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 20 Signs The U.S. Economy Is Heading For Big Trouble In The Months Ahead [View article]
    The sky is falling. A world without Reader's Digest? And one less casino? Politicians telling us that we will be left completely defenseless by the end of the week. Don't let North Korea know that. Or Iran. And for goodness sake, don't tell the Candians. They just might re-arm all of those Zambonis and head South.
    Feb 24 05:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How much debt can the U.S. handle? A new paper quantifies an 80% public debt to GDP ratio - where the U.S. is right now - as the point at which a nation reaches a potential tipping point; once a nation has debt above that level, it becomes vulnerable to the kind of self-reinforcing vicious cycles that have crippled others. Two responses from Fed officials see the analysis as simplistic and eurocentric[View news story]
    I resemble that.
    Feb 24 01:31 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • How much debt can the U.S. handle? A new paper quantifies an 80% public debt to GDP ratio - where the U.S. is right now - as the point at which a nation reaches a potential tipping point; once a nation has debt above that level, it becomes vulnerable to the kind of self-reinforcing vicious cycles that have crippled others. Two responses from Fed officials see the analysis as simplistic and eurocentric[View news story]
    Well, between the tin-man and the scarecrow, where does that put you when you are in your fifties?
    Feb 24 12:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How much debt can the U.S. handle? A new paper quantifies an 80% public debt to GDP ratio - where the U.S. is right now - as the point at which a nation reaches a potential tipping point; once a nation has debt above that level, it becomes vulnerable to the kind of self-reinforcing vicious cycles that have crippled others. Two responses from Fed officials see the analysis as simplistic and eurocentric[View news story]
    In school.
    Feb 24 10:44 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Buy Wells Fargo Series O Before It Trades Ex-Div On Tuesday [View article]
    Got it. Thanks very much. Good work Mr. Brennan.
    Feb 24 10:19 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 19 Things I Like About Dividends [View article]
    This is a good article. I've enjoyed reading it and also the comments.
    Feb 23 11:47 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Buy Wells Fargo Series O Before It Trades Ex-Div On Tuesday [View article]
    Chris, If purchased in a Roth, on Monday, would that mean I still have to hold on to it for another 90 days?
    Feb 23 11:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Deliverance Day: The New Middle East Of America By 2020? [View article]
    Drillers can't just dump water Pete. Got to drill a diversion well. Even clean pristine water. And I think the author mentioned that the Bakken deposit is being exploited with pumped sand.
    Feb 19 10:20 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How Congress Could Fix Its Budget Woes, Permanently [View article]
    Good reply Lakers.
    Feb 19 10:11 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Deliverance Day: The New Middle East Of America By 2020? [View article]
    Yes, absolutely. Thanks Mr.Dube. Good job.
    Feb 18 11:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Deliverance Day: The New Middle East Of America By 2020? [View article]
    ephud is absolutely totally correct. This oil is going to get used, no matter what. The Canadians aren't going to wait forever for a decision to be made to start construction of XL. It's no mystery where the oil will go if a pipeline gets built to the West coast of Canada. The Governor of Nebraska has already approved a new route around that states aquifer. Massive protests in S.F. today against this project won't change the fact that Keystone Phase one and two were completed in June of 2010. Keystone phase four is the second pipeline in this project. Any idea when phase three, the Gulfcoast segment from Cushing to the Texas coast will be completed Mr. Dube?
    Feb 18 01:04 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. Rates Will Rise Despite Fed Intervention [View article]
    I must admit, WMARKW is right. The JGB buying program would be considered nothing short of shameless if the same thing was done here. The Japanese know it's junk, but they buy them because.......well, it's the patriotic thing to do. Here in the U.S. one can walk by any bank and see CD rates being offered at .75%. It's sickening, but if the rates start to take off to the upside, that can also get out of control.
    Feb 17 11:32 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel - Outspending And Outgunning Rivals [View article]
    You are right G13Man, there is a big difference between being vanquished and winning one battle or another. Having a tariff war because of heavily subsidized products is definitely something to worry about.
    Feb 17 09:55 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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