Monthly Archives: December 2012

//December

Appreciation …

There was not much in the way of economic news this week, however, Dr. Ken Mayland, writing for the Precision Machined Products Association gave his take on some relevant numbers: "Durable goods orders from November rose 0.7%. This came atop a 1.1% October advance (revised higher). Increases in September October and now November, however, have [...]

2012-12-28T22:03:36+00:00A View|

Mixed Signals

Happy days ... today marks the first day of winter. We have not had any measurable snow in Cleveland yet this season, however, a strong storm is bearing down on us from the plains. It is likely we will get snow today and through the weekend. The good news is now the days will begin [...]

2012-12-21T21:52:42+00:00A View|

Hug Your Loved Ones

I would normally be writing an opinion and review of the week's economic news... In light of the day's events I would like to offer sincere condolences to all the people affected by the tragic slaughter of so many innocent children and adults in Connecticut today. Such incidents are not unique to the United States [...]

2012-12-15T12:33:12+00:00A View|

A Loud Warning …

December 7, 2012: Pearl Harbor Day "A day that will live in infamy" Take a moment to pray for and give thanks to all those who have served, fought,  fought and died and who have been mentally or physically wounded protecting the freedom we enjoy. Be aware of their supreme sacrifice.   In economic and [...]

2012-12-11T14:31:10+00:00A View|