Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Who is to know?

Actually, we have the problem that finance confounds things, in its current guise, by necessity. Yet, we have people needing to know now in a reasonable fashion about choices.

Of course, using default logic, one might counsel be careful, and conservative. Forget the clamor and spin, no matter how attractive. Besides, ill-begotten gains (yeah, like we see with the likes of golden sacks and many more) frankly stink.

Only make a change from conservative when there is a strong, and justifiable, need for such.

The main problem is that the market ideology has evolved into casino capitalism, pure and simple. Why? Those who can get the thrill. Too, the total story is not ever told; near zero it is folks.

When, in actuality, a truthful approach would probably argue strongly for the sandbox isolation of those who want risk.

How is this to be? That is one focus.


02/26/2011 -- Who indeed.

09/28/2010 -- Capitalism is for the good of us, let's bring that forward.

04/08/2010 -- From the gigantic chimera to ill-begotten gains.

01/27/2010 -- It's really ca-pital-sino.

11/30/2009 -- From 'Our basis' can grow a whole bunch.

Modified: 02/26/2011

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