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Another Perspective Pot Possibilities and Problems Banking on legal marijuana is proving dicy, especially thanks to the feds.

By Ross Kaminsky – 5.26.15

 

Often the first thing I’m asked when traveling outside of Colorado is a half-question half-joke about how many people in the state I now call home are stoned. 1,226 more words

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Another Perspective Pot Possibilities and Problems Banking on legal marijuana is proving dicy, especially thanks to the feds.

By Ross Kaminsky – 5.26.15

Often the first thing I’m asked when traveling outside of Colorado is a half-question half-joke about how many people in the state I now call home are stoned. 1,227 more words

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The Economy is Not Alright

Just an observation, in one part obvious, the other more in minutia:

Anecdotally, the US economy increasingly relies on the press releases of the US Fed and similarly powerful institutions. 256 more words

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Video Market Commentary: May 27, 2015

On Wednesday, May 27, 2015, Michael sat down to discuss this week’s Market Commentary, Why the Fed is Wrong – Again! He breaks down what’s going on in the economy and stock market right now, why it’s happening, how the Fed is responding to it, and how they could do it better.

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Manfaatkan Laju Dollar Yang Melambat, Harga Emas Menguat

bobnews – Emas mampu beranjak menjauhi level terendah 2-minggu pada hari Rabu seiring Dollar AS bergerak cenderung melemah pasca membukukan kenaikan harian terbesar dalam 2-tahun. Namun ekspektasi kenaikan suku bunga AS pada tahun ini masih membatasi pemulihan harga… 85 more words

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Student Loans, the Mob, and Some Alternatives

I ruminated for the last couple of days on slides from the New York Federal Reserve’s latest update on student loan borrowing and repayment. The slides are… 508 more words

Fed Survey Finds Most Consumers Are Happy With Their Finances, Despite Lack Of Retirement Savings

As the economy continues to bounce back from the Great Recession, consumers have adopted a more optimistic outlook when it comes to their finances despite the fact that a third of the country has no savings put away for the future, according to a new survey from the Federal Reserve. 589 more words