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From the "Stories That Aren't Getting Nearly Enough Attention" file

May 5, 2010

On page A4 of Monday's paper, the WSJ revealed that Congress Members Bet on Fall in Stocks: In February, Sen. Johnny Isakson (R., Ga.) argued on the Senate floor that "we don't need those speculating in the marketplace to take unfair advantage of the values of equities that are owned by Americans all over this country […]

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All that glitters...

January 26, 2009

The Wall Street Journal published an article this morning called "What You Need To Know About Gold" which epitomizes the dangers of financial journalism (or friends, family, Bernie Madoff) which may appear to recommend, encourage or in any other way invite investment in a product one is not an expert in. Consider, for a minute, […]

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