HBR IdeaCast - Customer Loyalty in rhw Twitter Era →
Why invest anymore?
Hyperactivity just went into overdrive. Everything is down heavy, except the dollar (almost back up to $80) and Treasuries (I wonder why?).
Fed Announces QE 2-and-a-half →
Steps to be taken: Reshuffle their deck of Treasury Debt (buying longer term securities) Shifting from private mortage-backed debt to agency-backed debt (i.e., Freddie & Fannie) Continuing rolling-over Treasuries upon maturity (holding QE2) Keeping funds rate at 0-0.25% (no forseable change in this key interest rate) Primary excerpt of note: To support a stronger economic recovery and...
215th Anniversary of Washington's Farewell Address →
Today is the anniversary of our first President’s “Farewell Address” to Congress. Select snippets have been taken and incorporated into our traditional beliefs and debates over American Government. If you can, take a look at the address transcript.
Thinking about doing a photo contest? →
Photo contests are a great social marketing tool for businesses and organizations. Mashable featured the linked article, offering 7 tips for making one successful for entrants and viewers.
Stop Whining about Gold "Decline"
Gold “dropping” to $1800? Still up 20% compared to June. Can’t please the bandwagon crowd I guess.
Incidents like this only confirm my theory that... →
Dana Loesch is right; President Obama not only one... →
During “This Week” appearance, Loesch accurately points out that the 2012 election is also critical for those seeking to restore principled conservatism within the GOP.
What happens first?
President Obama speaks before Congress, current contract crude drops below $80/bbl, or current contract Gold climbs above $2,000/ounce? Which one you think is most likely to happen in the next 72 hours?
What's Up in New London? →
As bad as the Supreme Court’s decision in the “Kelo” case was for private property rights, the aftermath is far worse.