How will the U.S. afford it all?

In this letter presented by John Maudlin “Thoughts From The Frontline”, Bill Gross takes a look at the future of the US boomer generation as consumers. He considers some startling, though rather obvious, conclusions: “it will be up to younger generations to do the Lord’s work and there aren’t enough of them to provide health care, a comfortable… Read More »

Hong Kong, Taxes and Us…!

Today’s Issue of Steve Sjuggerud’s DailyWealth Hong Kong Adapts to the Brave New WorldOne of our favorite anecdotes about Hong Kong dates back to 2003, when the S.A.R. was mired in doom and gloom (property prices were down –70% from their highs, people were hysterical about SARS…). That year, taxi drivers went on a strike to ask for…… Read More »

JoelMaxwell: The Fall and Rise of Success?

I recently found this incredible story of how a regular guy got $556,000 (archived only) in debt. I was intrigued that this was so easy for him to do. The original blog is now missing, and the story is now unavailable at JoelMaxwell.com It intrigues me that our societies now treat debt so lightly and make it so easy… Read More »

DELL: A Chance for Capital Appreciation?

I’d be very disinclined to buy Dell now. I’ve seen it ride up and down between 30 and 45 two or three times. I don’t see much opportunity for growth there, unfortunately in the short term. Though recently it’s been looking frothy again. Here’s another view: Today’s Issue of Steve Sjuggerud’s DailyWealth Why I’m Not Buying Dell by… Read More »

Business Management

I have a very stubborn friend that reckons his biz idea – lets call it X – is a sure thing he has little biz sense but is super keen, he has done no research on investment amount, demographics, market size, pricing etc etc. he simply thinks its a good idea I have three or four things to say… Read More »