Sunday, October 27, 2013 Thursday, December 6, 2012 Tuesday, July 17, 2012
(via Shale Wealth Spreads Halfway Around the World to Poor Indian Farmers Growing Beans for Fracking)
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Pretty cool stuff.  I’m starting become intrigued with fracking.  I do know that it’s an environmentally unfriendly process, but if it creates jobs for a slumping economy, I see it hard for environmental concerns to halt progress.  

(via Shale Wealth Spreads Halfway Around the World to Poor Indian Farmers Growing Beans for Fracking)

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Pretty cool stuff.  I’m starting become intrigued with fracking.  I do know that it’s an environmentally unfriendly process, but if it creates jobs for a slumping economy, I see it hard for environmental concerns to halt progress.  

Friday, January 27, 2012
(via CARPE DIEM: Chart of the Day: Energy Shares Through 2030)
“Bottom Line: BP’s projections for energy shares through 2030 is more evidence that a new world energy map is emerging thanks to advances in drilling technologies like fracking and the abundance of natural gas, and the new energy map will be increasingly centered not on the Middle East but on the Western Hemisphere asDaniel Yergin pointed out recently in the Washington Post.”

(via CARPE DIEM: Chart of the Day: Energy Shares Through 2030)

Bottom Line: BP’s projections for energy shares through 2030 is more evidence that a new world energy map is emerging thanks to advances in drilling technologies like fracking and the abundance of natural gas, and the new energy map will be increasingly centered not on the Middle East but on the Western Hemisphere asDaniel Yergin pointed out recently in the Washington Post.”

Wednesday, December 14, 2011 Monday, December 12, 2011
(via U.S. Manufacturing Profits Remain Strong in Q3; Manufacturing Continues to Outpace the Economy)
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If not interrupted by trade wars, manufacturing will continue to benefit from a secular transition.  Emerging markets will require their demand to be quenched.  
Obviously, there are lots of risks that may derail this view, such as protectionism and/or increasing geopolitical tensions.  Both these risks may be front and center in 2012.  

(via U.S. Manufacturing Profits Remain Strong in Q3; Manufacturing Continues to Outpace the Economy)

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If not interrupted by trade wars, manufacturing will continue to benefit from a secular transition.  Emerging markets will require their demand to be quenched.  

Obviously, there are lots of risks that may derail this view, such as protectionism and/or increasing geopolitical tensions.  Both these risks may be front and center in 2012.  

Friday, December 9, 2011 Wednesday, November 30, 2011 Tuesday, November 29, 2011
—-(Pic Above “If Rational Capitalist Speculator were a Dictator”)
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Here’s why.  
America looks like it may become a manufacturing nation once again as the “Manufacturing Renaissance” I’ve been speaking about begins to occur (See “Industrial Production" section).  Make sure you encourage your kids to study engineering or specialized manufacturing services.  Sheesh! I wish I could buy some Detroit real estate.   

—-(Pic Above “If Rational Capitalist Speculator were a Dictator”)

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Here’s why.  

America looks like it may become a manufacturing nation once again as the “Manufacturing Renaissance” I’ve been speaking about begins to occur (See “Industrial Production" section).  Make sure you encourage your kids to study engineering or specialized manufacturing services.  Sheesh! I wish I could buy some Detroit real estate.   

Wednesday, November 9, 2011 Wednesday, October 12, 2011 Thursday, September 22, 2011 Tuesday, September 6, 2011
—Obama’s speech yesterday from Detroit. —(Click on Pic for full article)
Here’s a little nugget I wrote roughly 6 months ago.  
Not bad eh? 

—Obama’s speech yesterday from Detroit. —(Click on Pic for full article)

Here’s a little nugget I wrote roughly 6 months ago.  

Not bad eh? 

Thursday, August 18, 2011 Wednesday, August 17, 2011