Here is the latest conversation I had with money manager Andrew Horowitz…. new insights for anyone who invests in anything.

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  1. Rick says:

    Funny how in 2008 we were also told that the economy would collapse unless we allowed the bank bailouts.
    Turns out the banks didn’t need the bailouts, many didn’t want the money but Bush and his Goldman Sachs guy made sure it went through anyway.

    This cut will be a tiny sliver out of the budget and won’t affect the military significantly. If they really want to save money just cancel the F-35 project.

  2. Mr Diesel says:

    Can’t cut the F-35 because it is going to account for huge hunk of the economy with exports.


  3. Derek says:

    We cant cut the F-35 project! Obama only gives the people who want to kill us the BEST!

  4. Mr Diesel says:

    It isn’t Obomba. That was the plan right from the start for the F-35 program because Congress would not let the F-22s be exported to anyone for any reason.

  5. deowll says:

    On sequestration. There is no cut in spending. No such law has passed and been signed into law.

    The only thing on the table is a slow down in the rate at which spending increases by a few percentage points and since there is negligible inflation we are told that shouldn’t have been a problem to budget for… of course this government went ahead and budgeted for full bore expansion in spending. And who was the idiot that would have been responsible for doing a brain dead thing like that? Why the incompetent in chief himself.

    • dusanmal says:

      Only one little flaw in that analysis: current administration have not passed any budget. They have not budgeted anything. They just went full bore spending without any budget and are horrified of the whole “budget” concept, be it with some cuts or not.

  6. Publius says:

    Dear Horse Inquirers:

    Ireland experienced a horse boom of historic proportions at just the same time that the USA experienced a house boom. There was also a bust in both countries. Naturally the horse owners of Ireland then wanted to liquidate (grind you might say) their plummeting horse-assets. It is my understanding that, furthermore, there were actually 250,000 unaccounted-for horses in Ireland at one point.

    Historic amounts of unaccounted-for meat made for a great profit opportunity for the whole meat supply chain in Europe… but only if the EU government inspectors and the big buyers in the supply chain and the horse veterinarians all kept quiet. And so they did.

    The real problem for the public in my opinion — horse is fine meat if it is clean and safe — is if, if, if, if the horse vets and safety inspectors did not actually inspect the contraband meat at the usual levels, for purposes of keeping the gravy train quiet and running.

    • Grandpa says:

      Now, with no money for inspections here in the US, where do you think the horse meat will end up?

  7. Grandpa says:

    I think it’s hilarious that the Tea Party Republicans have been crying their hearts out for cuts to balance the budget and now that they are getting them the red states are crying the most!

  8. Dave says:

    Not much whining in GA, bub..


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