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How to avoid that age-old dilemma of age-related memory loss

As little as we think about it, loss of memory or cognitive decline will eventually cut you off from life even though you may be physically healthy, so mental health is a serious private concern. In fact, it is paramount—and loss of memory is a tell-tale indicator that our world is changing.

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There are a couple of important economic lessons that the American people should learn. I’m going to title one “the seen and unseen” and the other “narrow well-defined large benefits versus widely dispersed small costs.” These lessons are applicable to a wide range of government behavior, but let’s look at just two examples. Last week, President Donald Trump enacted high tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum. Why in the world would the U.S. steel and aluminum industries press the president to levy heavy tariffs? The answer is simple. Reducing the amounts of steel and aluminum that hit our shores … Continue reading

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Goldilocks, RIP

One of Wall Street’s most misbegotten memes is the Goldilocks Economy notion. They invariably trot her out near the end of a business cycle in order to keep the mullets buying stocks and the Fed heads as anesthetized as possible. The theory, of course, is that with the economy in a perfect and endless growth equilibrium, punters should be eager to buy equities and the central bank should be in no rush to remove the punch bowl. So not surprisingly, when the alleged “blow-out” jobs number for February was followed by a purportedly “cooling” CPI print, bubblevision became rife with … Continue reading

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Ensnared in the Devil’s Chessboard

A great narrative about the K brothers, my favorite for sure, brilliantly written by mr. talbot, i was around 12 yrs. old when JFK was assassinated, so i really needed a refreshers course on the K bros. exploits…it seems that the brothers unfortunately got caught in a diabolical move on a devil’s chessboard…in their short 3 yrs. on the world’s stage they surely made a truckload of very (this is an understatement) powerful enemies….very sad but very true…like the author correctly put it..the K brothers were in clash with the times…a time where men wore suits and hats and women … Continue reading

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