Category Archives: investing

Trump’s UnClean Energy Policies

“Where the previous administration aimed to double funding for clean energy research, this administration is pushing to cut it in half, threatening to leave the United States lagging behind its overseas competitors, like China, which aims to spend more than … Continue reading

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Tobacco, Asbestos… Now Big Oil

“Rising seas are already eroding San Mateo‚Äôs coast, and the county will need to spend billions of dollars on new sea walls and other infrastructure to protect itself in the years to come. So in July, San Mateo, along with … Continue reading

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Gold

Gold Price Correlate the price of gold (weakness of USD) and the recent tax-cutting legislation and one notices that on the promise the USD grew stronger and on the facts the USD grew weaker. That’s what happens when one has … Continue reading

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The Writing On The Wall Is Green, Not Black

“GE’s deal-making worsened its exposure to fossil fuels. Rather than transforming into a clean energy powerhouse, GE doubled down on fossil fuels in 2015 by acquiring Alstom’s power business, which makes coal-fueled turbines. The $9.5 billion deal was GE’s biggest-ever … Continue reading

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Feast And Famine In Politics

“By deepening the national debt at a time when the economy doesn’t need help, the tax overhaul threatens to leave Congress with less wiggle room to respond when recovery from the Great Recession eventually dies. Normally, presidents ask Congress to borrow … Continue reading

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Equities

I think about equities a fair bit these days. My nest-egg is tied up with them. The value of my currency is tied up with them. Even my politics is tied up with them. Yesterday, revelations/admissions that Trumpists colluded with … Continue reading

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Electra Meccanica Vehicles Will Trade As ECCTF on OTCQB

It takes money for a start-up like EMV to ramp up production. They can do it the slow way by selling cars and recycling the profits or they can do it faster by selling shares of the company or increasing … Continue reading

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Gold In The Hills And Valleys

“Qatar. The latest terror attacks in London. The upcoming U.K. election. More drama in the Trump administration as former FBI director James Comey is set to testify in front of Congress Thursday. Is that enough turmoil for you?” See Gold rush: The … Continue reading

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Trump, Here’s The Right Way To Help Excoalminers

“the American arm of Goldwind, a Chinese wind-turbine manufacturer, announced the free training program. More than a century ago, Carbon County was home to the first coal mine in Wyoming. Soon, it will be the site of a new wind … Continue reading

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Fear

CNN’s Fear and Greed Index has dived down to 36, a level not seen since the turbulent days of the recent USAian election. The lowest at the depths of the recession/depression was 20. How low will it go? Judging by … Continue reading

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Charging Ahead

“SOLO Reservation (100% Refundable) Color: Electric Red – Refundable Deposit $250 Wheels: Titanium Silver Seat: Non Heated AC: No Air Conditioning Charger: Portable Turbocord Level 2 ($500)” Well, I made up my mind and did it. I put down a … Continue reading

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Investing In And Out Of 2016…

“The average investor made just over 5% in 2016, according to Openfolio. That may not sound like a lot given that the Dow is up a whopping 13.4%, its biggest gain since 2013, but most investors don’t put all their money … Continue reading

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