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Elliott Morss | February 9th, 2016

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The High Endowment Colleges/Universities: Do Their Students Benefit?

January 5th, 2016 |

There is a significant number of colleges and universities with large endowments. Do the students benefit in terms of better teaching and lower costs? These issues are addressed in this article.Read More

Is The NRA Right? Should More Americans Carry Guns?

December 16th, 2015 |

Concerns about mass shootings are up. The NRA argues that Americans would be safer if they carried guns. The article looks closely at the NRA claim. Read More

If You Enjoy Wine – Avoid Blind Tastings

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If you enjoy drinking wine and trying to find new ones, don’t do any serious wine tastings. You will learn things that take the fun out of it.Read More

What Is Best For Your Children? College Rankings Might Not Provide the Right Answers

December 7th, 2015 |

The “American Dream” includes marrying, having children, and getting your children into the best possible colleges. The article starts by reviewing the leading college ranking studies. It then suggest that for many children, aiming for a highly ranked college might not be the best strategy. Read More

Xinyuan Real Estate (XIN): The Numbers Sound Better….

November 17th, 2015 |

The third quarter results of Xinyuan Real Estate (XIN) are out. They are mostly up. What does the future hold? Read More

The Economics of Higher Education: Why Does It Cost So Much?

November 14th, 2015 |

We hear continually of how expensive it has become to go to college. The oft-mentioned alleged culprits are higher faculty salaries and a growing cadre of administrators. This is not the case. The article goes part of the way in explaining what has happened.Read More