The really rich have wealth that lies very still through generations.
Not respecting one's enemies leaves one vulnerable to them, even after they’re defeated.
It doesn't take a genius to make money in a rising market.
Author Archives: InvestingforOne
Some rare information about a family which also provides a window into Oregon rural history. The family of Aaron Cohen lived and worked in Willamina for several years. Aaron Cohen was a treasured member of the Willamina community and the … Continue reading
Paul Nehlen is running a fantastic race. Best wishes! Here’s his little campaign tchotchke!
Answer: Yes. It was a good thing! In our last post, we said we’d discuss this question. World money managers have already realized that the Brexit vote may actually be GOOD for them, for Great Britain, for the EU (more … Continue reading
We rarely apologize, but in this case it is necessary. We knew immediately, the minute we heard about the British pound crashing and stock markets all over the world crashing just because the British voted decisively to leave the European … Continue reading
This is a real holiday! IFO has never had tequila, but this is tempting. So, yes, if you feel like celebrating National Margarita Day, or just Washington’s Birthday, which we lost to PC several years ago, but it still GW’s … Continue reading
From Scott Adams’ blog via The Conservative Treehouse.
We hope you are all making your lists and checking them twice. What company or companies are you going to buy when the time is “right?” Are you in love with the CEO? Is the business unique and strong? Does … Continue reading
Just got off the phone after ranting to the poor phone answerer in U.S. Repr. Greg Walden’s office in Wash DC. I had two complaints: 1. Couldn’t send the email I wrote in response to the representative’s recent email newsletter. … Continue reading
And now for something completely different. A couple of days ago, a lovely person came on this site. She commented in the “About” section here that she wanted to have some recommendations for books for her son. He needed to … Continue reading