888 Update

As mentioned earlier, the cycle of 888 days points to Passover 2010 which began yesterday.  I wrote about this cycle on March 26th and “coincidentally” it was confirmed by the following comic strip printed in the newspaper on that day (sent to me by my beloved friends): “Non Sequitur” means any abrupt and inexplicable transition… Continue reading 888 Update

Tipping Point Discussion

We have mentioned the precarious position the U.S. is in: high unemployment, artificially low interest rates, heavy use of stimulus dollars, and over-leveraged consumers.  Everyone in the investment community is expecting a “tipping point” to occur in the U.S. bringing forth the next financial crisis.  The only question is “when”?  Have you noticed the influx… Continue reading Tipping Point Discussion

888 Days

The numeric value of the name Jesus in Greek is 888.  The number “8” denotes new beginnings and here is a triple witness of new beginnings.  In the Old Testament, there are many time cycles: 490, 414, 76, etc.  Often those occur in years on a corporate basis or days on an individual basis. On… Continue reading 888 Days

What is Ego?

Your ego is composed of all the fictions you have created about yourself to replace who you really are.  Further, you build your life around those fictions and become misled about your calling in life which results in vanity or emptiness.  Vanity is void of truth thus man’s fictions created by imagination are centered in… Continue reading What is Ego?

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Made in ????

The following says it all: John Smith started the day early having set his alarm clock (MADE IN JAPAN ) for 6 am. While his coffeepot (MADE IN CHINA)   was perking, he shaved with his electric razor (MADE IN HONG KONG) He put on a dress shirt (MADE IN SRI LANKA), designer jeans (MADE… Continue reading Made in ????

Credit Rating: Portugal versus United States

A ratings agency lowered its rating on Portugal by one notch to AA-.  In 2009, Portugal had a deficit representing 9.3 percent of its national income.  How does the U.S. compare?  The following charts would indicate that the U.S. is in worst shape than Portugal:     Our total government debt(excluding unfunded liabilities) is at… Continue reading Credit Rating: Portugal versus United States