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5.13.2019 - Insider Bookmark

5.13.2019

Good morning all, welcome back from your Mother's day weekend. I hope it was a great one for you and all the mom's.

Ours was wonderful. Saturday wasn't terribly special, we did our normal running around, shopping, etc. The highlight of the day was a really nice Saturday evening service at a local church we like. It was a pretty moving message.  Afterwards,  I did get to watch some good UFC fights , so that was great. Actually Saturday was pretty darned good. 

2.26.2019 - Insider Bookmark

2.26.2019

Hi all, welcome to your new day. 

So yesterday the S&P poked its head over that 2800 level and tried its best to stay there. But gravity took a toll and we went into the close with the index slightly below that benchmark. 

This morning I woke to slightly red futures and heading into 8 am they're still a bit pink. We see the DOW implied to open about 60 points lower. 

10.10.2017 Bookmark

10.10.2017

Hello everyone, welcome to Tuesday.

Yesterday was a pause day. They used the minor Holiday to just let the market sit, and what do we see today? We see the futures up nicely across the board. 

Part of that green is because of WalMart who came out this morning with some guidance and announced a 20 BILLION dollar buy back. The Street always loves it when companies push their stock higher via buy backs.

Water and The Market Bookmark

 

The Water Problem

Water is the most amazing fluid on earth, and yet we take it for such granted that no one gives it a moments thought.  It isn’t just the “cool” facts about water that make it intriguing; such as the fact it is one of  the only substances that exists in three states, being liquid, solid and gas without needing extreme temperatures to create each state.  Water for instance  is the only natural substance found in all three physical states at the temperatures that naturally occur on Earth.

But water is much more than “some wet stuff” we use to drink, cook and bathe. Studies have shows that water actually has a form of memory.  Water can dissolve more substances in it than any other material known to man. Water is somewhat unique as it is one of the very few materials that increases in volume as it freezes. By expanding in volume by up to 9%, the density of water in its solid state is lower than it is in its liquid state. This gives ice the ability to float.

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