Published in the Fall 2016 edition of the New York Archives Magazine.
Leonard Rambler Steel was a visionary entrepreneur who created a silent film to sell stock to 60,000 people.
An 1871 murder and bungled execution in a small Canadian town are researched in detail.
Stock market commentary
Another good year is ahead.
My take on the current market rally
My annual attempt to predict market trends.
Maybe we have slow economic growth because we are at "peak stuff."
Preferred stocks may be exactly what investors are looking for given today's low interest rates.
A thought experiment that may help to clarify the discussion.
A national market for health insurance would lower costs and allow policies to be tailored to the specific needs of various groups.
I want to thank Mrs. Meese for terrorizing me with poetry.
Have you ever gotten a form rejection letter that was just dripping with sincerity?
You can see why ObamaCare will fail by trying to apply the concept to another type of business, shoe stores.
The confusion behind most global warming discussions.
Fond memories of my favorite professor from college.