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The Usual Suspects

It’s the most despicable kind of tax there is. It’s regressive.  It’s punitive. It has the greatest impact on those who can afford it the least.  I’m sure you’ve guessed, I’m talking about inflation. We all understand how it works. (It seems like the only people who don’t are those in Washington DC.) Inflation shows …

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Real Estate Boom 2.0?

Last week an economic report came out that shook the markets up a bit. It wasn’t a glamorous, high-profile report like CPI or Nonfarm Payrolls. But it raised some eyebrows. Existing home sales posted a 7% increase month-over-month. This past Tuesday, new home sales increased what can only be called a staggering 14% from the …

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The Government’s Green Commitment… (or What do they care? It’s your money not theirs…)

So we’re continuing our look into the green energy industry. (If you missed our earlier letters in this thread, you can read them here and here.) Today I want to share another shortcoming of the industry. Up till now, a large chunk of investment in green energy (both in terms of dollars as well as …

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