Mark of the Joe? Feds Expand Executive Overreach

We need to have a talk.  We are mighty sensitive to “marks” around here.  Everything from Karl to Joe, with German currencies, and sea levels.  Above all, though, the 2-thousand year forecast of the “Mark of the Beast” is worth remembering. When Joe Biden gets on the television and makes moves to ensure 100-million people involved with the FedGov must all have shots?  Gets our attention.  But not for the obvious “Constitutional” or “control over …

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Depression II’s Coming Out

China now owns the world.  It really should piss you off, but the deck is stacked.  Besides “woke” is fake and cover for a China-lite version of Social Credit planned for ‘Merica. All as the U.S. is suckered into greater racial division (thanks, CRT!) and into hopeless gender bending (thanks sex-pref marketers!), the realities that matter to the real economy are covered up by the complicit Mainstream Media.  Whether on purpose (treason) or just laziness (stupid) …

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Social Security Contingencies

Although 2034 seems a long ways off, not too early to be rethinking Social Security plans.  It’s due to run out of assets during our lifetime.  2034 is when the Trust Fund part runs out.  Assuming we get lucky for 13-more years! Actually, we doubt it will be that long.  Because Covid 19 and the dollar’s falling status as the global reserve currency all comes into play.  So does a Fed describing property we labeled …

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Re-Labor Day – plus – Leg Cramp Woo-Woo

Getcherass outa-bed and hoptuit!  Enough of this fenagling around the house and rat killing!  Time to get out of bed and go make (or destroy) something. I’ve decided on the latter.  Because, as mentioned in the Monday column, looks to me like the price of lumber is out of slumber, so with kids in schools and carpenters with rules (and real estate agents with fools), time to grab the tools and leave the pools. The …

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Coriolis, Your Holiday Work Assignments; Woo-Woo

Markets in Coriolis Enjoy the euphoria while you can.  There are serious reasons for concern which we will poke at for a moment.  Since getting the rest of the year wrong could be life-altering. Seasonality Matters September is almost traditionally one of the worst-performing months for the stock market.  It is up there – in reliability – with old market sayings like “sell in May and go away…”  Doesn’t mean you should pull in your …

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