Housing – the Bubble, the Collapse, the Recovery?

Around the turn of the millennium, fueled by a perfect storm of ridiculously easy credit, non-existent government oversight, and basic human greed, a housing boom was born. By the end of 2006, the median price of existing homes had risen 67% to $225,000 and the National Association of Realtors housing affordability index had declined by […]

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2012 – The Year Ahead

The year 2011 saw little progress in the equities arena. The financial news has been discouraging. Our economy is growing, but far too slowly to put a meaningful dent in the high unemployment rate. The government’s debt load continues to swell and our elected officials seem incapable of implementing solutions. Additionally, the possibility of a […]

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“Water, water, every where, nor any drop to drink”

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What About Inflation?

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The State of the States

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2011 – The Year Ahead

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Cloud Computing

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Correction, or Something Worse?

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Natural Gas – A Strategic American Resource

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2010 — The Year Ahead

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