The fourth quarter of 2012 was a quarter filled with worldwide events that had a profound effect on the markets and beyond. Global growth continued to disappoint and remain below trend, as it has been for some time now. Of primary drivers were a sharp slowdown of growth in Japan, and the continued problems…Read more
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On July, 3rd I posted a blog entitled “Retire or Support the Kids?” of which this is a follow up blog. Before you accuse me of not liking kids, remember I’m a loving father and grandfather, and my kids mean the world to me. But just like you, at sometime I too would like to…Read more
With the Olympics’ opening ceremonies commencing tonight in London, the race is on for the gold. Hundreds (if not thousands) of Olympians, training for most of their lives, will go to sleep tonight with dreams of medals wrapped around their necks and a permanent place in history. Michael Phelps, famed Olympian swimmer, is but three…Read more
We’ll all agree: it’s not fiscally great out there. The Government declared an end to the Great Recession: obviously, they don’t get out much. They stated that unemployment is “moving down” to 8.3%- they “forget” part time workers and those who have gone through their full 99 weeks of unemployment. How’s this for a lesson?…Read more
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