Let’s Teach the Kids to Code

Granted financial analysts and economists are important people, but what is the public liberal school system trying to teach their young minds? The left has criticized standardized testing for years, but it’s still the most objective way of measuring ability because grade inflation and differences of curriculum has rendered high school GPA’s nearly useless. A… Continue reading Let’s Teach the Kids to Code

Nicholas Nassim Taleb Wrong Again, Loses Temper

http://noahpinionblog.blogspot.com/2014/01/of-brains-and-balls-nassim-talebs-macro.html What does Nicholas Nassim Taleb and Paul Krugman have in common? A tendency to make a lot of wrong predictions and not own up to them. Second, a tendency to sanctimoniously blame certain people like the 1%, bankers, high frequency traders, congress, Wall St., the fed, and economists for societies problems. But mostly bad… Continue reading Nicholas Nassim Taleb Wrong Again, Loses Temper

How Not to Predict Crisis

According to the left, financial crisis is always immanent and everything is a bubble. Liberals like Peter Schiff and Nicolas Nassim Taleb have argued that the financial system is more prone to collapse than before 2008, even though they have been repeating this line for the past five years to no avail. Instead of being… Continue reading How Not to Predict Crisis

Henry Blodget Wrong Again

It’s the weekend and that means another ‘time to spread the wealth’ diatribe from Business Insider click baiter in chief and disgraced analyst, Henry Blodget: Business Insider More: America Inequality Sorry, But There’s No ‘Law Of Capitalism’ That You Have To Pay Employees As Little As Possible One reason the U.S. economy is still weak… Continue reading Henry Blodget Wrong Again

Bay Area Home Prices Keep Going Up

Case-Shiller index finds San Francisco home prices jump 23 percent from year ago San Francisco home prices enjoyed an annual gain of 23.1 percent, second only to Las Vegas’ 24.9 percent rise, according to S&P/Case-Shiller home-price indexes released Tuesday. The composite 20-city home-price index was up 13.2 percent in January from a year earlier, with… Continue reading Bay Area Home Prices Keep Going Up