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Stocks that have experienced what I deem to be an irrational ... the numbers seemed solid. The company beat analyst estimates on the top and bottom lines with an EPS of $2.17/share ($0.08 better than expectations) and revenue of $3.16B (up 5.3% Y/Y and ...
Mitt Romney, health insurance, and the myth that no one ever dies because of lack of health insurance
In 2002, the Institute of Medicine estimated that over 18,000 Americans between the ages of 25-64 die annually because of lack of health insurance, a number ... 3, but one is insured and the other uninsured, their likelihood of survival over a 2–16 ...
Just How Likely Is Another World War?
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The $17 Trillion Delusion: The Absurdity of Cutting Social Security to Reduce the Debt
In fact, by Friday, the U.S. debt had rocketed past $17 trillion. What does this mean? At $17 trillion, this number ... Social Security is the largest single owner of Treasury securities in the world, surpassing even China’s significant holdings of $1.3 ...