Monthly Archives: November 2016

US Sector ETF Performance – Nov 25

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Misplaced Policy Thinking – $1 trillion infrastructure build

As the stock market celebrates  and is downright giddy over the prospect of a massive fiscal expansion through a one trillion dollar infrastructure build,  we are less sanguine and propose a different and more long term policy track. The U.S. … Continue reading

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Trump’s Worst Sin

Science Denier. Why?  Because it poses an existential threat to our civilization. Remember,  science, like civil law cases, is based on “preponderance of evidence”,  not “beyond reasonable doubt” as in criminal cases.  Many who argue against science confuse and conflate … Continue reading

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Our Quick Analysis of the U.S. Presidential Election

Why did everyone miss it? Polls and pundits missed it due to “Bradley Effect” — “The Bradley effect (less commonly known as the Wilder effect) is a theory concerning observed discrepancies between voter opinion polls and election outcomes in some … Continue reading

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Who said nobody thought Trump would win?

Given the political earthquake the U.S. has just experienced and the long-term consequences that are sure to follow, we thought it is time to start writing again.  We (I) have been sick, which has temporarily diminished our capacity to write … Continue reading

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