Monthly Archives: October 2013

Quotes to Savor, Part III

In the Saratoga City Library near my home, I noticed some quotes carved onto the ground near the entrance. Let me share some of them with you: “I became a writer not because I went to school, but because my … Continue reading

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Short Term vs. Long Term

There is a big difference between short term and long term visions, which usually run counter to each other. On the other hand, short term actions are normally required to fulfill long term goals. There are plenty of examples: *You … Continue reading

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Solar Stocks Recovering

Solar stocks are creeping up nicely for a few months now since May. This confirms my analysis that the short-term turmoil in the solar industry is ending. See my previous essay “Solar Stocks on the Rebound?” dated January 2013. Solar … Continue reading

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Obamacare for the Regular Guy

As an average citizen, I see the benefits of Obamacare for millions of Americans. The initial benefits are mainly for those who cannot afford to buy health insurance, and also those who are rejected by insurance companies due to pre-existing … Continue reading

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