No Disparity

Alas, their providence is lost for all posterity. But there is a consensus of opinion both quotes originated in whole, in part, or, at least, were popularized by Samuel Langhorne Clemens (aka, Mark Twain). Given his reputation for a wicked wit and ready repartee, Clemens, if not the first to utter these observations regarding numbers …

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School Daze

I suspect, like many others you are bewildered by the August Employment Situation Report, released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday last, just in time for the long Labor Day weekend. The hedge fund set I am certain has spent the last three days pondering what the report portends for a shift in …

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The Woes of the Managerial Class

Yes it has been awhile – a long while – since my last publication. I trust your patience will be rewarded by this new commentary. The monthly Employment Situation Report issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics offers much grist for the mill for the media. Alas for the educated and informed part of the …

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