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  • Want to make money in the stock market? Pay no attention to the Fed chair

    Want to make money in the stock market? Pay no attention to the Fed chair
    Anyone playing the stock market gets inundated with investment advice of all sorts--their broker, their bankers, their astrologers, the crackpot on the corner.
  • Overvalued stocks? What an underwhelming question

    The question "Is the stock market overvalued?" is one of those queries that sounds important, can be debated forever and is, for all practical purposes, meaningless, much like "Where do we come from?" or "Are we alone in the universe?" or even, "Is this...

    Letters: Crashing the economy; Just plain sad

    Letters: Crashing the economy; Just plain sad
    Crashing the economy In response to Lee Caudle's letter (The Capital, April 16), which claims that Ayn Rand's free- market principles were the cause of the 2008 financial crisis: Nothing can be further from the truth. It was caused by government...

    Letters: Raps Ayn Rand; 'Messiah' sing-alongs; Rain tax boogeyman

    Letters: Raps Ayn Rand; 'Messiah' sing-alongs; Rain tax boogeyman
    Raps Ayn Rand In response to Talbot Manvel (The Capital, April 11): The hyperbole surrounding Ayn Rand is just that, hyperbole. Rather than deal in her pseudo-objective philosophy, I prefer to deal in facts. Rand was a Russian-born fiction writer....

    Liberal arts teach critical thought

    Liberal arts teach critical thought
    Liberal arts schools are enduring an unrelenting attack in the public media. Critics of higher education rail against the excessive cost of a college education and the high rate of student debt and default. In linking college completion with potential...