A Rebuke to Readers of The New York Times

http://www.tsv-warthausen.de/prikotre/6630 The inspiration for this piece was collective inanity of comments posted by Times’ readers in response to Gary Johnson’s editorial — Take a Deep Breath, Voters.  There is a Third Way — which appeared in the September 28th edition of the The New York Times. The Roman political philosopher Marcus Tullius Cicero quipped, “Any man …

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No Disparity

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School Daze

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The Woes of the Managerial Class

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That Stagnating Feeling

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Belabored Reporting

Anyone familiar with my work knows I have not been optimistic for some time on a sea change for the better in the U.S. labor markets. But that said, I disagree with the assessment of media and financial pundits on the latest Employment Situation Report. On balance, I do not believe the April report was …

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Break Out of the Box!

From time to time, I reissue pieces written and published in the past. While I draw inspiration for subjects from current trends, I strive to offer insights having a longer shelf life than a week, a month or a year. This is one such piece that falls into the category of behavioral finance. As an …

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The Engine of Prosperity

After a spectacular run-up in stock prices in 2013 (with the S&P 500 Index delivering a total return of 32.4 percent for the year), the natural question on the lips of many is, Can it continue? Alas, there is no simple answer. By some measures the U.S. stock market continues to look attractive. And, then, …

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