If Uncle Sam was a Stock, You Would Want to Buy It

  Everyone understands that different people have different levels of intelligence. The quality of an individual’s intelligence goes a long way towards determining the degree of success the individual achieves in life. Everybody gets this.  But few people get that different societies have different levels of intelligence too. This societal intelligence is not the sum of intelligence […]

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Interesting TACs of the Week (June 27 – July 2, 2015)

  Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TACs is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips –our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with […]

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Yog, Surya, Solar, SoftBank, Shiller – Indian Economy in 2040

  Last week’s article about the Foundation of Yog has been received very well. It was circulated by readers to their own networks and then re-circulated. We have received several private responses which we will post on the article in a day or two. Our sincere thanks to readers. It is this feedback that keeps […]

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Interesting TACs of the Week (June 20 – June 26, 2015)

  Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TACs is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips –our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with […]

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What is the Foundation of Yog & Why Indian Thought Was the Only One To Discover Yog

  Tomorrow is the first International Yog Day. It is a major event. So we thought it would be helpful to lay out what is Yog, what is the foundation of Yog, why rigorous pronunciation of various Sanskrut mantra are important to Yog, and why Indian Dhaarmic Thought was the only one to discover Yog. By the way, […]

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Interesting TACs of the Week (June 13 – June 19, 2015)

  Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TACs is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips –our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with […]

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Wow, Governor Rajan – What a Turnaround in 3 Months?

  On March 14, 2015, we described our dissatisfaction about Reserve Bank of India Governor Rajan (pronounced “Raajan”) in our article Macro Risk in the Indian economy – Financial Infrastructure: ” … India doesn’t have a bankruptcy law that makes equity ownership worthless. … This allows family owners to default without losing any share of their ownership or their […]

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Interesting TACs of the Week (June 6 – June 12, 2015)

  Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TACs is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips –our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with […]

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GWU Steps Back from Religious Apartheid – Is GWU Symptomatic of Apartheid in US Universities?

  Editor’s Note: On May 2, 2015, we wrote our first article about the GWU case titled Ignorance-based Religious Apartheid – In the Heart of America’s Capital. The article was followed by letters to GWU Board of Trustees, India Caucus of the US Congress and to prominent Foreign Policy Think Tanks. This is our second and […]

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