Daily Archives: October 4, 2017

Opinion | I used to think gun control was the answer. My research told me otherwise.

“Evidence suggests that no one broad gun-control restriction could make a big difference.” Source: Opinion | I used to think gun control was the answer. My research told me otherwise.






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Mark Zuckerberg Should Tell Washington’s Politicians To Mind Their Own Business

“The scandal du jour isn’t a piddling sum allegedly spent by Russians on ‘fake’ Facebook ads, it’s not that legendarily incompetent Russian officials laughably influenced Election 2016, it’s that the national political class cares so much about elections.” Source: Mark … Continue reading






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Warren Buffett says this one investment ‘supersedes all others’

The legendary investor says this investment will never lose its worth over your lifetime. Source: Warren Buffett says this one investment ‘supersedes all others’






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Trump Vows to Wipe Out Puerto Rico’s Debt. Can He Do That?

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Jeffrey Gundlach believes Neel Kashkari will be next Fed chief because he’s an ‘easy money guy’

The CEO of DoubleLine Capital spoke at Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit in Los Angeles Tuesday. Source: Jeffrey Gundlach believes Neel Kashkari will be next Fed chief because he’s an ‘easy money guy’






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Excess Reserves 

“QUESTION: Hi Martin, I recently asked an Economist for a major Financial Institute the following question. Will the Fed continue to pay interest on “excess






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