May 2011

6 posts in May 2011

The New Normal

May 23, 2011, by Roland Manarin

We all remember the doomsday prophets from three years ago. Predictions were dire. The then-new period of diminished returns was referred to as “the new normal”; but just how accurate was that claim? Reprinted with permission from the Tillman Stock and Bond Hotline For: Thursday, May 12, 2011 (800) 219-1333.  VetHotline@aol.com.  VanEckTillman.com.      We want…

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Friday Fun

May 20, 2011, by Roland Manarin

It’s time for a little Friday Fun! F. A. Hayek and John Maynard Keynes slug it out in the ultimate battle of Keynesian vs Austrian economics. Have a great weekend everyone! Fear the Boom and Bust Round II: Fight of the Century

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Right to work or right to stifle a free economy?

May 18, 2011, by Manarin Investment Counsel

If you had a choice to open a business with workers who are known to strike and cost you billions of dollars, or open a business in an area where you can hire more people to be part of a stable workforce that doesn’t hinder production, which would you choose? According to a complaint filed…

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Who are the speculators?

May 11, 2011, by Roland Manarin

Part of responsibly managing money is being able to sift through the media chatter we are constantly bombarded with. The talking heads on TV and the writers at the newspaper tell you stories to sell advertising space. We understand that deciphering the fact from the fluff can be a daunting task. That’s why you can…

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The Budget Chart Book

May 9, 2011, by Manarin Investment Counsel

The federal budget is on an unsustainable course, with even more runaway spending and rising debt on the horizon. Now, more than ever, it is important for Americans to understand what our nation’s spending, taxes, and debt mean to them. The Heritage Foundation’s Budget Chart Book is a user-friendly way to learn about the federal…

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Take a look at the 2011 Budget

May 4, 2011, by Roland Manarin

No matter how you slice it, there’s just not enough to go around.

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