Category Archives: Newsletter

2013 Newsletter

I bet an ole’ college buddy a case of wine that
the “fiscal cliff” nonsense would not be resolved
by year end, thus seeing the return of the preBush
higher tax rates to take effect January,
2013. Since each party has entirely different view
of priorities and necessities of both government
and drivers of the economy,

Read More

2012 Newsletter

My best anecdote for the coming Greek bankruptcy was a story about a large hospital in Athens that was running deficits. Not surprisingly, a government inquiry found … Click below to open the PDF version 2012 Newsletter

Read More

2011 Newsletter

“It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.” Mark Twain Last year, in an effort to reduce its budget deficit,… Click below to open the PDF version 2011 newsletter

Read More

2009 Newsletter

We should’ve taken our own advice more seriously. The “house of cards” meltdown did occur—the depth not seen since the…   Click below to open the PDF version 2009 newsletter

Read More

2007 Newsletter

For the first time in this decade, housing prices rolled over in 2006 after an incredible four year run brought on by…     Click below to open the PDF version. 2007 newsletter

Read More