Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Resources for You

One of my oldest on-line blog friends is MarkM. We participated together in Bill Cara's blog. He's been a great friend to this blog with his insightful, enigmatic commentary. He even has a suite, er woodshed, when cussin', fussin', smokin' and drinkin', the lubrication of a healthy society, is needed for reparations of one sort or the other.

He has a blog, DURABLE WEALTH, PRACTICAL COMMENTARY ON THE CREATION, PRESERVATION AND TRANSFER OF WEALTH, that you can find here: http://durablewealth.blogspot.com/

Martin Pring is also out with an informative paper: Lost Decade: http://www.pringturner.com/newsletters/LostDecade.pdf On page three, he has a comparison of secular bear markets in terms of percentage loss over time.

And here's a video from Pring on reversal in bonds: http://www.youtube.com/user/mjpring#p/a/u/0/7rM0Me-BfR4

6 comments:

DaveinHackensack said...

Bill Cara and I exchanged several e-mails about ShortScreen yesterday. He asked some thoughtful questions and I enjoyed our correspondence. Seems like a good guy.

Incidentally, I responded to your comment over on Tim's site, if you'd like to take a look.

Best,

Dave

Leisa said...

Hi Dave. Bill Cara is terrific. Good luck with your site, and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

Anonymous said...

Leisa-

Thanks for the plug! (Even if it DID contain a typo.) :)

But if people actually visit, I am going to have to answer comments and act like a real blogger!

Hmm. Perhaps I should have a picture of The Woodshed at the top of my blog? :)

MarkM

Leisa said...

MarkM...I'm not sure where the typo is...but I'm in Thanksgiving blur mode.

Anonymous said...

The blog title is "DURABLE WEALTH:....". Hope you had a great Turkey Day! Thanks for the plug!

MarkM

Leisa said...

Geez, and I read the darn thing. Fixed now...The most important part is that link worked!