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In The News – Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 Edition
Posted Oct 15 2014 7:00AM
  • I’ve talked about the reason for owning blue chip, dividend paying growth stocks until you may be tired of hearing it. Here’s an example of a company with a 2.8% dividend yield (the ten-year treasury is 2.2%) and earnings and revenue growth.

  • You know the old adage about being nice on the way up because you’ll meet a lot of the same folks on the way down. This is kind of an example of that. I’ve seen it coming and my sympathies are limited. The falling price of oil is being felt in the Persian Gulf and the members of OPEC are starting to point fingers at each other.

  • This makes me feel a whole lot better. I think I could scrape up $3650, which would make me among the wealthiest 50% of the people on earth. If I could just scrape up $10 grand I’d be in the top 33%. Everyone needs a goal.

  • No! I’m absolutely shocked! Shocked, I say. I’m sure there is some bureaucratic reason for this. I don’t believe it could be politics.

  • This is a step in the right direction. Now let’s sick the SEALs on him.

  • I’m sorry. Did I miss something about Iraq not having weapons of mass destruction? Instapundit had some comments on the subject. “In all, American troops secretly reported finding roughly 5,000 chemical warheads, shells or aviation bombs.” Dad gum. You mean someone has been lying? Repeatedly?

  • This is an interesting article about Walter O’Brien that calls CBS’ credibility into question. Oh yea. I forgot. Dan Rather already did that.

  • Fusion has been the holy grail of nuclear power for a long time. Could we be getting closer?

  • Amazon is running deals on Rosetta Stone language software. I’d really love to get fluent in Spanish. If any of my readers have successfully, or not, used Rosetta Stone I’d like to hear from you.

  • Ever wonder why beer is so delicious? Here’s the science. My preacher once told me that beer is proof God loves us and wants us to be happy.

This is an interesting development in cancer therapy that apparently holds promise. If you’re interested in more in depth information, here is a link to Nature Nonotechnology