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Elliott Morss | July 29, 2014

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US Energy: Myths/Realities and The Two Elephants in the Room

June 15th, 2014 |

The media covers “newsworthy” energy events but does not offer a comprehensive picture of the global situation and where the US fits in it. This article reviews and refutes (with facts) some of the most commonly-held beliefs.

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Why Ukraine Is Not as Dangerous as the Cuban Missile Crisis, But….

April 25th, 2014 |

On the face of it, the Ukrainian situation is the most dangerous event for the world since the Cuban missile crisis: Russia pitted against the US with no easy out for either. But it will not escalate into a nuclear war. The US does not have the stomach for more war.

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Gambling – Asia and the US Are Two Different Worlds

April 15th, 2014 |

There are large differences between gambling in the US and Asia. This article sets forth these differences and traces out their significance going forward.

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For Retail and Newspapers: Growing Online Revenues Are Key

March 31st, 2014 |

Online sales are growing. And as is the case with newspapers, retailers must generate significant online revenues to survive. This article presents the facts and speculates on what industries are most vulnerable to online incursions.

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Norman Rockwell Made a Fortune: But He Could Have Made More

March 24th, 2014 |

Norman Rockwell is known as one of the greatest and most prolific illustrators who ever lived. In this article, his finances are examined. It turns out he made a lot of money and more for ads than his Saturday Evening Post Covers. And he could have made more.

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