Monthly Archives: October 2015

Good Governance and Healthy Economies

The Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to Angus Deaton for his work analyzing poverty, consumption, and economic health. His conclusion was that strong governments are needed to create the conditions under which people can have a predictable enough economic … Continue reading

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Reverse Robin Hoods

Available statistics suggest that the average unbanked family spends more on financial transactions than they do on food. When the Bank Robs You includes the above frightening statistic. Here in Texas payday loans are limited by law to no more … Continue reading

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A Dozen Things I’ve Learned from Charlie Munger

A Dozen Things I’ve Learned from Charlie Munger About The Berkshire System lays out the “secrets” behind the Berkshire Hathaway success story. They are secrets that hide in the open. Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger are very open about the … Continue reading

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Investing in Main Street

About the only way to not put your retirement investments in Wall Street’s hands is to invest in Main Street. The obvious way to do that is start a business. I’ve tried several times to be self-employed. Life has conclusively … Continue reading

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