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26 Oct 2019

More Retirees and Millennials Moving Overseas

        Our country! In her intercourse with foreign nations, may she always be in the right; but our country, right or wrong. — Stephen Decatur, U.S. Navy captain, (1779-1820) The United States may always be right, but sometimes people decide they want to watch what is happening

22 Oct 2019

Capitalism is in Trouble, But Few Want to Admit It

One of the key messages of the 2020 election is that capitalism is in trouble and is not working for millions of Americans. From the wealth gap to unchallenged monopolies to wage stagnation, it’s clear that the corporations have taken over the nation. This is what allowed the corrupt Trump

17 Oct 2019

South Florida Real Estate Seeing Big Changes

The South Florida real estate market is being shaped by new immigration, affordability problems, and changes in demographics, which are all affecting new construction and design.  These changes are affecting everything from the construction of new, multi-million-dollar high-rise luxury condominiums to affordable micro-units and co-living arrangements in building with full

01 Oct 2019

Reasons Why People Like Irrational Trump and Celebrity Fraud     

  Americans love celebrities. They also love celebrity fraud. How else can we explain why Trump’s hard-core Republican “base” continues to support him, despite his near-insane tweets and abysmal record in leadership, legislative success, policy formulation, and implementation. It’s also worth noting that if die-hard Trump supporters really respect their

25 Sep 2019

Financial Journalism’s Failure with the WeWork Business Fantasy

      The financial news media over the past few weeks has been giving inordinate attention to an unfolding corporate saga of a company called WeWork. The coverage focuses on the company’s CEO, a guy with long hair and a T-shirt named Adam Neumann, and its upcoming IPO. His

17 Sep 2019

Time To Bring Political Literacy Into the Workplace

    As they have for decades, Americans are having an increasingly difficult time preparing for retirement. As numerous studies have shown, the American workforce, now neatly divided into Gen Xers, Millennials and Baby Boomers, all say they cannot save enough for retirement. Workers are burdened with student debt, home


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