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


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.



Leisa said...

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

Anonymous said...


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? :)


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!


Leisa said...

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