Book 8: Le Avventure di Pinocchio (The Adventures of Pinocchio, 1881-83), Carlo Collodi, a journalist from Florence, wrote "Le Avventure di Pinocchio" in the early 1880s as a serialized fairy tale in Italy's first newspaper for children. It was a morality tale about how people — not just children — should behave. They should work for their money rather than expecting handouts or miracles. They should not be the pawns of the rich, nor the dupes of the greedy. They should take care of their relatives. They should be grateful for the good things in life. They should value education. They should be generous. In the original serialized version, Pinocchio is unable to mend his ways and is actually hanged for his failures .. There's some nice kid lit for you ....
|Big Economic Events January 4, 2015 .. Happy new year! .. While you may already be writing 2015 on your checks, the economic data due for release this week is all from 2014 ...|
- Where Are Interest Rates Heading In 2015? A year ago, almost every bond market expert forecast interest rates would rise as the Federal Reserve weened the markets off of quantitative easing. They were wrong .. Now, the Fed's prepping the markets for tighter monetary policy via fed funds rate hikes. Once again, most experts are expecting long-term interest rates to rise. But not DoubleLine Funds' Jeffrey Gundlach. From this weekend's Barron's: "Where the median economic forecast tabulated by Bloomberg for the 10-year U.S. Treasury Bond yield for year-end 2015 currently stands at 3.24%, Gundlach thinks the 10-year that finished 2014 at 2.17% could potentially take out its modern-era low of 1.38% yield hit in 2012.This would particularly be the case if crude-oil prices keep falling to, say, $40 a barrel from their 2014 year-end level of about $55. This further drop from the 46% decline suffered by crude in 2014 would only accentuate deflationary forces he sees at work globally that continue to drop long-bond yields...[W]eighing on U.S. bond yields will be brisk foreign buying from investors in Japan and Europe, where long-term sovereign debt bond yields are mostly lower than U.S. rates and economic growth prospects are less bright" .. For more insight about the middle market, visit mid-marketpulse.com .. >> Follow Monday Scouting Report and never miss an update!<<
- MONEY SCREAMS TO BE THE BREATH OF LIFE AS FREE FREE FREE TO MASS MURDER OH SUCH AN ELOQUENT WAYS AND MEANS TO BE CRIMINALLY INSANE AND CALL THE ACTS CIVILIZED SOCIETIES
Look at the economic mess and then the question begs: What's a PhD? JD? MD? and where did all the credentials arrive to be the authority in the place we call earth home! Americans were sold moral turpitude as the REAL Fairy Tale and a real Modern Day story goes with the most exceptional.
SPECIES? Are Homo Sapiens' a civilized life form?!
Specie MONEY is what all humans have been brainwashed via PAVLOV'S experiments, (IE WEATHER TERRORISM), to worship as though the breath of life isn't the all-powerful truth of the true power in being alive, in earth's time.
Ah-hem, please we must begin to honor our life force better than we are, and until the skies are not destroying the ENDOCRINE SYSTEM, well, we're not well Mr. Bulmer, not a single human doing hard time in earth's poisons via Transnational Globalization.
SYSTEMS which require the elements to be clean-whole-pure/firm, for life's promise via nature, we're hanged and be damned too.
Burn Pinocchio, unless the bad redeems the immoral poisons -- journalists such as Carlo Collodi,
.. to be continued ...]