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Hello all! The Sunday edition of the Free Investing newsletter is now posted, and this week I do a little whining about information overload. In this age of "internet", so much info, so many headlines come at you, sometimes it's hard to figure out what is the most important one to write the article about. Should I focus on the travel ban to North Korea? Does that signal something military is coming? Should I instead talk about the confirmation of the new replacement at the the FBI, that takes over Comey's old job? Maybe I should talk about the plan to release thousands of tons of radioactive water from Fukoshima into the Pacific? See? Those and 25 others competing for space, causes some brain cramps sometimes.
The market section deals with the never ending push to get assets higher and higher. There has to be a "real" reason for this and we try our best to present our idea as to why. So, give it a read, it's not bad.
Sometimes I sit here in my office chair and I try and figure out what I’m going to write for the next newsletter. My problem generally isn’t writers block or brain cramps, (as in not having anything to write about.) My problem stems from the fact that on any specific day, there’s too much to talk about.
Hey Folks, the new letter is up and in this one we start in the commentary section by answering a question. If you can't or won't carry a gun for self defense, what's the next best thing? I'm sure you all have your own opinions, but if you read today's letter you'll understand why I picked what I did.
In the Market commentary, we whine about the market moving higher virtually every day, and we compare it to 1999. It's eerily similar. Please take a few minutes to read today's letter, it's "good stuff".
The Sunday edition of the free investing newsletter is up, and this week I'm urging you to buy something. I don't do that very often, so you have to know that I feel it is "that" important. So give the commentary section a read, and by all means, do indeed buy this product. It's cheap, and it could "save your life".
In the market section, we discuss this market, a market that "only goes up". I then talked about an investing seminar I did in Boston back in 1999 and how that time and this time have eerie parallels. Give it a read, it's good stuff.