Impeachment: The “Market’s Nested Nightmare”

I apologize to subscribers, as this is the type of thing that more properly belongs on our  Peoplenomics site ($40-bucks a year), but there’s a time-sensitive development in the futures market this morning that is worth kicking around. If you’re not a...

The Trump Defence No One is Mentioning

Tomorrow, one of the saddest periods of American history will begin and a sham impeachment comes to trial in the Senate. That said, there’s a lot of good that will come of it.  But a fair amount of “bad” will accompany.  Here’s my short-list:...

Prepping: Slang Jang and How We’re Losing Our Future

Before today’s light-hearted discussion, please – for your own health – go read “Soybean Oil Causes Genetic Changes In The Brain.”  You’ll know what to do… Sometimes, in fact most of the time I daresay, prepping is more about...

A Borderline Psychology Project

This weekend, we venture out onto the bleeding edge of psychology. Why?  Chris McCleary, who runs the National Dream Center, a project we cobbled up in 2007 or ’08 is coming for a visit.Since he has lots of degrees, we’ve got a project in mind...

The Blow-off: How High is Up?

It’s a math problem…although it sure looks like a  meth problem, as the US markets continue to “put on the beans” as we are living through the financial analogy to “Going to Mars.”  The Moon-shot point was passed a long time ago....

Crawford Was Correct and Retail Sails

I mentioned on the Peoplenomics report Wednesday that the fellow who is probably America’s  best financial astrologer, Arch Crawford, was predicting a long-lasting impact – on the order of  years from an event – that would happen sometime in the past...

Coding Randomness

Been working on some ideas for artificial intelligence (AI) to distill into a spreadsheet to make investment decisions.  Turns out, though, one of the most difficult things to model is how the human brain “creates” ideas. Importantly, there’s an...

Inflation? What Inflation?

Breaking news (although check with your checkbook, previously “broken”) here’s the latest on inflation in the Labor Department’s Cost of Surviving report just out: “The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) rose 0.2 percent...