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What would anyone expect from a Soros crony. As boomers, working and paying in all our lives, "we didn't earn that!", to borrow a phrase.
Well yes we DID earn that, with interest and it's not our fault the government spent it and stuck us with IOU's instead. It's already been reported that contrary to leftist pro...more
I retired at 55 because I was tired of all the BS at work. I loved the work but hated all the crud that went with it, office politics, etc. I built my last home and was able to sell it at the peak of the market then built my retirement home during the crash and was able to get good deal on construction material, (lum...more
Not quite true. The trees end up as studs, joists, rafters, etc. in the house so in that sense a home is an excellent carbon sequestration vehicle. In the natural world the tree would die and decay, releasing CO2, or burn in a forest fire, again releasing CO2.
Bailouts don't work, stimulus doesn't work. The only thing that works is to allow the market to correct. The longer this is put off the more painful it will be.
Bailing out the EU may be nice in the short term but it too will blow up in our faces as it just kicked the can down the road. We are only a decade away fr...more
The success formula today hasn't changed one bit from decades ago. Work hard, save, invest, and don't live beyond your means. I think one of the worst mistakes people make is letting someone else manage their retirement funds.
It does take some effort and a learning curve but you will do much better self dire...more
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