In The News – Thursday, July 31th Edition
Here’s a good example of a misleading
headline courtesy of Bloomberg. If you just saw the headline you would think that
Sidious ex-Chairman Greenspan was warning of imminent disaster. Instead, if
you actually read the story, you realize he’s just intoning common sense. “The stock market has recovered so
sharply for so long, you have to assume somewhere along the line we will get a
significant correction” Doesn’t
exactly live up to the headline’s hype, does it?
Here’s a good article about one
of the most self-serving, self-annointed soothsayers in the “investment”
business, Peter Schiff. I did a Bull/Bear segment on CNBC against him and, if I
do day so, ate him alive. He has been sooo wrong for sooo long.
surprised they beat Al Jazeera.
I have suggested that the immigration mess
and the Executive Branch’s failure to enforce our laws might well become a
lightning rod in the November elections. It appears that vulnerable Democrats
think the same thing.
Well, enough is enough. This time the President
may have pushed the envelope too far. “It’s one thing to
destroy America’s health care system with a socialist scheme that has totally
failed and is ruining our economy.
It’s another thing entirely to designate yourself the 21st century Typhoid Mary
by spreading your disgusting germs via a burrito bowl-based disease vector.”
this is just great. Public Service Announcement from
Food. More particularly, Louisiana food. They didn’t even scratch the surface.
Where were the Rocky Mountain Oysters, the Chicken Gizzards and any other
number of staples?
This could be a big deal for Apple. Mobile
a big bet on a rally in the S&P 500. It’s a bet
on the market rallying and also a bet that any correction will be mild. It’s
called putting your money where your mouth is.
headline that may be a little over the top, but it is
based on truth. Chattanooga, Tennessee, my hometown, has the fastest internet
speed in the Western Hemisphere. Only Singapore has faster internet speed.
tanker loaded with $40M of ultralight oil left Texas for North Korea last
night. It was the first time since the 70’s we have exported oil.