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Yearly Archives: 2012

A Wet Blanket and Low Expectations

Third Quarter 2012

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Within the hubbub surrounding the recent National Football League referee strike are some important insights pertinent to the contemporary economic and investment scene. By way of background: the League’s management, comprised of team owners and the NFL Commissioner, attempted to counteract a referee strike by hiring replacements. However...

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On-site Veterinary Lab

On-site Veterinary Lab

Idexx Laboratories (IDXX)

Idexx manufactures laboratory equipment for veterinarians. So what, right? Well, what if we told you that you could bring Fido into your vets office and have his blood drawn and tested for more than 25 abnormalities before the appointment was over?

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Washington’s Wet Blanket

Second Quarter 2012

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In what is becoming a tiresome annual event, for the third spring/summer in a row the financial markets have again come under the spell of Euro-zone economic troubles. Global stock markets move higher when the “great minds” of Europe’s policymakers seem to be moving to defuse their troubles, only to swoon when they yet again come up...

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The Disconnect Between Theory and Practice

First Quarter 2012

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With the Supreme Court taking up the matter of the constitutionality of the private mandate within the Health Care Act, thoughts drift back to another era and another landmark ruling by the High Court. As detailed by financial journalist Amity Shlaes in her 2007 book, The Forgotten Man, the 1935 case of Schechter Poultry versus the U.S. also…

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