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"How to get rich"
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 4-1-2010 | 27 comments
My good buddy Professor Rocco had a formula for how to become a millionaire. It went like this: first, start with a million dollars, the rest comes easy! My g...




I was told there would be no math
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 3-20-2010 | 30 comments
I would not say people, Americans in particular, are stupid, the Government has already said that. A recent study by the U.S. Department of Labor revealed that...




Recession ends, depression begins
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 2-20-2010 | 28 comments
Roman poet Pathos wrote, “Things are not always what they seem. The first appearance deceives many. The intelligence of the few perceives what has been carefu...




Mental castration
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 1-26-2010 | 16 comments
It seems the economy is a lot like the weather, everybody complains about it but nobody does anything about it. What can one person do about the weather? Noth...




How is your credit score calculated ?
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 12-29-2009 | 5 comments
The following is an excerpt from the book “The Money Matrix of the New World Order”. What is a credit score? It is a system used by lenders to determine if you...




Can't afford college ? That smarts
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 11-24-2009 | 19 comments
More and more college students are dropping out and moving home or getting menial jobs. Maybe you are one of them. Not because you cannot make the grade, but ...




Deflation in a flat economy
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 10-11-2009 | 4 comments
The dictionary defines deflation as a contraction in the volume of available money or credit that results in a decline of the general price level. Deflation oc...




Is the glass half empty ?
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 9-17-2009 | 7 comments
“To tell the truth I lied about the truth, and if I had to do it over again I would and that’s the truth.” Lt. Col. Oliver North testifying before Congress. If...




You are not a number
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 8-16-2009 | 9 comments
"Banks lend by creating credit. They create the means of payment out of nothing."—Ralph M. Hawtrey. Lenders make a big deal out of your credit score, but what ...




The paper economy
Columnist: Phillip Tilley | Posted on 7-10-2009 | 4 comments
A lot of people have lost their jobs due to the recent depression, but an inordinate amount of job losses have come from the paper economy. What do I mean by t...

 
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