At about $30 a month, it's probably not worth it to most folks.
They have a one week trial deal.
I like it.
From an article titled,
In revisiting this issue, it seems to us that the Mexican government has lost control of the northern tier of Mexico to drug-smuggling organizations, which have significantly greater power in that region than government forces.
Moreover, the ability of the central government to assert its will against these organizations has weakened to the point that decisions made by the state against the cartels are not being implemented or are being implemented in a way that would guarantee failure…
I have no idea if the following is true, as I have been unable to find any corroboration.
Compared to the less than 30-year average life expectancy of China’s buildings, the average life span of a building in Britain is 132 years and in the United States it is 74 years.
From Congressman John J. Duncan, Republican representing Tennessee's Second District.
It gets better.
As those big salaries continue to attract the very best people!!!!!
As far as I'm concerned, Peggy Noonan is one of the finest writers in America.
I make my son read her editorials in the Wall Street Journal (he hates it) ... (I don't care).
Here's her analysis of what went wrong with the mortgage market.
Click anywhere below to get the entire piece.
I think that just about covers it.
Richard Maybury publishes The Early Warning Report and Chaosistan.com
Friends have forwarded the occasional copy or link for a while now.
Membership went on sale recently so I signed up.
As yet, I have no opinion.
The quote below links to the signup page.
Let me emphasize, the government’s top people are not constrained by ideology…the comment by the Director of National Intelligence, that US officials have the right to kill — without a trial — American citizens they suspect of terrorism.
The Canadian Dollar has again achieved achieved parity with the US Dollar.
Closing at $1 Tuesday 4/6/2010.
In his spare time, he came up with the Shiller P/E ratio.
The Shiller P/E ratio is calculated as follows: divide the S&P 500 by the average inflation-adjusted earnings from the previous 10 years.
Don't worry about it.
Up is good if you're selling stocks.
Down is good when you're buying.
The chart below was taken from an article at The Daily Reckoning written by Dan Amoss having to do with a speech given March 24, 2010 by Russell Napier of CLSA (no clue) at the CFA Society (Certified Financial Analyst).
Excerpts from this most quotable speech, one of which I've posted below, are all over the place.