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From one Fed to another

 

What a week it was! The U.S. central bank marked the end of its quantitative easing, while promising to keep interest rates low. On the other side of the world, the Japanese central bank did the opposite. Their Fed increased the amount of stimulus it will add to the economy from $600 billion to over $730 billion per year. read more…

“Proud to be Gay”

Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, announced to the world that he was gay in an essay published in Bloomberg BusinessWeek.  While many believe Cook’s statement will shock and awe the nation, chances are it won’t.  Being part of the LGBT community is not only popular today, but has also become a lucrative niche market for America business. read more…

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Wash, rinse and repeat

 

The dollars running, stocks are falling, bond prices are jumping while commodities are tanking.  Welcome to another week in the financial markets. Expect more of the same in October. read more…

Waiting on the Fed

It should be clear to you by now that in the United States the Federal Reserve Bank is calling the shots in our financial markets.  To a lesser extent this phenomena is happening all over the world. As such, the markets did little this week because the Fed doesn’t meet again until Tuesday. read more…

The United States of Scotland?

Will the ghost of William Wallace finally see the British thrown out of his country once and for all? If the latest polls on the outcome of the September 18th referendum on Scottish Independence are any indication, Scots are in a dead heat over the political and economic future of their country. read more…

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Bill Schmick was born in a blue-collar neighborhood of Philadelphia, just a few blocks north of “Rocky Balboa” territory where most of his Catholic schoolmates grew up to be either cops or criminals. He narrowly escaped both professions by volunteering to fight in Vietnam as a U.S. Marine... Read More

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