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The confidence men
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 2-17-2011 | 0 comments
During the Depression of the 1930’s America saw a rise in “Confidence Men”. These men talked the talk and because they sounded like they knew what they were ta...




How to spot counterfeit currency
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 1-18-2011 | 4 comments
Most people do not realize it but the Secret Service is not only in charge of protecting the President, they are also in charge of investigating counterfeit cur...




The Euro must die
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 12-17-2010 | 12 comments
In August of 2008 I wrote the article in this column titled “2012 and the Economy”. I explained why the currency we use today, the Federal Reserve Note dollar,...




Outlaw compound interest
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 11-16-2010 | 9 comments
Scientists have recently discovered something that destroys humans but leaves their homes and cars standing. No, it is not the Neutron warhead, it is compound ...




Unemployment insurance (not)
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 10-11-2010 | 1 comment
The term unemployment insurance is really a misnomer. A more accurate term would be layoff insurance and even that is not entirely accurate for all cases. Whe...




The 51% minority
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 9-8-2010 | 5 comments
Well to be honest it is only 50.7% but I have rounded to the nearest whole number to get 51%. If it is good enough for government economists it is good enough ...




Raise wages, lower unemployment
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 8-5-2010 | 20 comments
The Nation is stuck in a recession with a jobless and houseless recovery declared by the President. Just saying it does not make it so. We need real tangible ...




Love me tender: legal tender
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 6-30-2010 | 6 comments
No, I am not talking about that cutie that is barely legal, I am talking about legal tender. Most people do not know what legal tender is, they think they do b...




The other foreclosure crisis
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 6-3-2010 | 6 comments
Last month 92,000 homes were seized by Banks in foreclosures. That is a record number for a single month. More than 10% of homeowners with a mortgage missed a...




Positioning
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 5-7-2010 | 1 comment
Quite simply, positioning is when preparedness meets opportunity. A recent episode of CSI said that is the definition of luck, but that is incorrect and I will...

 
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