Monthly Archives: March 2013
The number of Americans who have jobs in 2013 is about the same as in 2000, yet the population has grown from 281 million to 311 million. Before the last recession, the employment / population ratio was 62.7%. Somewhere along the way nearly 18.8M jobs did not materialize over the past 13 years. Are there really 12M unemployed, or are there 31M? It’s […] Read the rest of this entry
BNN removed the erroneous graphics. Here’s the link (you must open / read the blog posting before clicking on the link.)
Today I had the pleasure of being interviewed live on BNN’s The Close. I wish to thank BNN for the interview. I thought it went well. However, I need to set the record straight. There were 2 graphics that popped-up on the lower edge of the screen that were incorrect. One claimed “Greedometer predicts a 60% collapse in the S&P500 by July”. I have […] Read the rest of this entry
I will be interviewed on Big Blend Radio tomorrow at 7pm (eastern). You can listen live. The name of the radio show is Happy Hour. We’ll discuss the Greedometer and the book. Link to blogtalkradio http://www.blogtalkradio.com/big-blend-radio/2013/03/22/money-travel-cooking-books
Hello Canada. I look forward to being on BNN live this Friday at 4:20pm eastern.
The book trailer video has been posted to the youtube Greedometer Channel. Here it is:
First, here’s the wrong way to use the Greedometer. Look at the most recent reading (say in the free section of the newsletter), and ignore previous readings / the Greedometer sequence. Here’s an example using the last major stock market crash. Let’s say you learned about the Greedometer and began looking at the readings in late 2007 (Nov-Dec). You notice the […] Read the rest of this entry