Feb 3 2010

The Devaluation and Fight for Survival of the American Middle Class – How Three Decades has Shifted the Concentration of Financial Wealth to the top 1 Percent.

The American middle class ideal is lionized around the world.  It is the core of what has made this country great.  The land of opportunity and endless wealth so long as people worked hard enough.  It was an implicit contract workers made with this country.  Well that vision is now quickly coming under attack by […]

Feb 2 2010

Stock Market Casino Royale – S&P 500 is overvalued by 100 Percent – Earnings do not Justify Current S&P 500 Levels. Financial Markets setting up for Another Correction.

When I look at the S&P 500 like most people do, you would expect that this wide cross-section of companies in the U.S. would reflect an accurate measure of the true health of industries in our economy.  Yet the S&P 500 is fully disconnected from any historical measures of valuations.  It is startling to see […]

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