To the editor: I take great exception to your editorial assertion that “good times almost certainly will roll again,” implying that the California Public Employees’ Retirement System will once again generate 7.5% annual investment returns. (“Another bad year for CalPERS,” editorial, July 27) Many...
A weaker than expected GDP report this morning was exactly the bullish catalyst needed to boost the stock market to new all time highs! Our bizarre trading environment (bad new is actually really good news) continues with the chart update below. Here’s today’s updated Fibonacci and Emini (@ES) trading levels for your plans and trades: Here’s a reference [...]
Still, Allegiant CEO suggests company negotiated a good deal on its order for Airbus A320s.
With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Every week, Pitchfork offers a run-down of significant new releases available on streaming services. This week’s batch includes Nao,...Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — For the first time in 2016, Jason Day has started a major in the 60s. The defending PGA champion, who didn’t see Baltusrol’s host Lower Course for the first time until Wednesday, opened with a smooth 2-under 68 that has him in contention on Day 1. Show More Summary
Back in 2002, the perfect anti-hero for the new millennium came along in the form of a CIA ops renegade who lost his memory and went on the lam. The Bourne Identity became a hit action franchise, perfect for the times. It spawned several...Show More Summary
Both 1968 and 2016 can be seen as good years for the economy. And yet both may be remembered for their extreme political discontent. Shouldn't good economic times make us less cranky? Apparently, not.
For a limited time over on the Daily Steals website, you can pick up a manufacturer refurbished Moto 360 (2nd Gen) smartwatch starting at $149.99. Is that a good deal? Well, considering this Android Wear watch is still listed at $299+...Show More Summary
With the good baby news behind them, the crew of Flipping Out needs to get back to work. That chrome and marble nursery ain’t gonna build itself! But Jeff Lewis faces a crossroads this week when he runs into trouble with a long time contractor. And Jenni Pulos is facing a crossroads of her own, but on […] The post Flipping Out Recap: Scope Of Work appeared first on Reality Tea.
A lot of us are not working much and getting in some travel time during summer. Any way to cut back on expenses without cutting out the fun sounds good to me. An inexpensive ??? / shaved ice machine (hand cranked) is less than 2000 yen most of the time. Show More Summary
Progressives in America aren’t happy. In fact, for the first time in recent memory, progressives are finally good and angry at the political establishment. Leak after leak, lawsuit after lawsuit, the facts just keep rolling in like so many punches, again and again exposing how the DNC methodically shut out and shut down the first... Show More Summary
This weekend, have a whale of a good time and make some art for your home. Reel Crafty Girl painted a background, then used cut paper for the whale and water spout. Ric rac trim makes the perfect waves, and Dew Drop plastic bubbles add to the fun. What a cute accent for a child’s […]
It’s been almost a year since Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin tore his ACL during a training camp practice and that was enough time filled with enough rehab that the team felt comfortable giving him the green light for the first practice of this year’s camp. Benjamin only did individual work during OTAs, but made…
When new hires don't work out, you may be quick to assume the employee wasn't a good fit for your company. However, new hires are also evaluating your culture, and a poorly planned onboarding process can prevent them from feeling welcomed and valued by the team. Show More Summary
When it came time to plan a wedding, he was unfortunately not up to the task. The post Our New World—Together (Before Kids), and Now, a Shared Magic appeared first on The Good Men Project.
I love a good deal, don't get me wrong. But sometimes, what seems like a good deal turns out to be a waste of money. The signature of a bad deal is that you are spending extra money or time to get something you don't really need or wouldn't normally buy. There are lots of ways that savvy sellers...
I was out of cereal for breakfast this morning, which kind of sucked. However, it’s good to remember there are always people out there having a worse time than you. This truck driver in Russia is a perfect case in point. Just driving along with a load of yellow paint. Show More Summary
If you’re able to focus your time and effort on what you’re good at, it can cause positive results. In real estate, if you get caught up working on what you’re not good at, it can cause no results -- not to mention other problems, such as low productivity...
Cole Hamels never really came close to winning a Cy Young when he was in the National League. He placed in the voting four times, but never higher than fifth. The competition was just too good. So, maybe being in the American LeagueShow More Summary
The summer is the time of the lizards here upon the mountain. The post A Privilege to be so Close to a Creature that is Normally Very Shy appeared first on The Good Men Project.