Tim Knight from Slope of Hope's blog
I had never heard the term "safe space" until just a few days ago, but it's a zone in which free speech is completely forbidden, for fear of hurting the feelings of some special snowflake.
To compare someone like Bernie Sanders to bloodthirsty monsters like Stalin and Pol Pot is too ludicrous for words. I've heard of slippery slopes before, but good lord, this guy must be totally off his rocker
Now that Chipotle's e. coli outbreak had shuttered places all over the Pacific Northwest, I'm even more content to enjoy the fabulous, inexpensive fare at my local Los Gallos
I thought I'd change my tone and write up a genuinely positive, optimistic post. This has to do with what I think will be a tectonic shift over the next twenty years: transportation.
One would think the market is trading Elon Musk’s reputation instead of two utterly separate companies, considering how they look like clones.
Hey, everybody. Look, I sort of fell out of the public eye once people stopped eating Wheaties, and I'm glad to have a second career as a reality show freak.
My favorite sector to short is (once again) energy, as giants like Exxon are exhibiting topping patterns that strike me as once-a-generation opportunities.
As we head into another earnings season, the bulls better pray to whatever pagan gods they worship that company after company magically defy the downturn that the economy is quite obviously entering.
I went to the Tesla Factory last night to watch Elon Musk roll out his latest product - the Model X. Here's what I saw and why I shorted the stock.
Being a careful analysis of what happens when a snippy cheerleader grows up to interview a pleasantly-bearded economist on what folks should be doing with their surplus cash.
Anyone who looks at this index chart and thinks we are at the cusp of anything resembling a bull market is clinically insane and should be locked up for the protection of themselves and society at large.
Not even sand can withstand the most powerful market force imaginable.
Yellen's Last Hurrah: at this point, Janet "the antichrist" Yellen will have license to do Whatever The Hell She Wants to "fix" things. This will be her last free pass to do so.
She's a block away from the ghost of Steve Jobs. It's a lovely neighbhorhood, to be sure. But...........thirty million dollars???
But the aforementioned weasel words provide the best of both worlds: if commodities rally, then he can point to "nailing the bottom" with this interview. On the other hand, if commodities continue to sink, as I imagine they generally will, then he's got about five different escape hatches in this verbiage so that he's off the hook.