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Chuck DiFalco

Chuck DiFalco

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Living in League City, Texas, Chuck DiFalco is a software engineer by day, and an unconventional thinker and writer by night.

  • The Bond Matrix

    Published 05 September 2007 | viewed 3,799 times

    I straighten out my black trench coat and adjust my dark glasses. I open the door and stride confidently into a brightly lit room. Covering…

  • Natural Resources: Here We Are!

    Published 25 May 2007 | viewed 4,297 times

    My undergraduate years filled my life with continuous drudgery, interrupted by the occasional classic situation. One such case was orchestrated by R. L. Jennings. This…

  • A Dollar is Not a Dollar

    Published 18 October 2006 | viewed 9,215 times

    If my grandfather, as a young man, had gone to a federal reserve system bank with a $20 bill, he would have received a $20…

  • Wild on Energy

    Published 27 February 2006 | viewed 5,013 times

    Energy is the lifeblood of any country's economy. With the recent surges in oil, natural gas (methane), and gasoline prices, US consumers have seen their…

  • Inflationists Risk Missing the "Big Picture"

    Published 11 August 2005 | viewed 5,849 times

    The inflation versus deflation debate is the most interesting, as well as the most hotly debated, macroeconomic issue concerning the current secular bear market in…

  • The Calm After the Storm

    Published 16 May 2005 | viewed 9,039 times

    Prologue: This is a short story of what MIGHT happen, not what WILL happen. Average Americans do not think "another country's problems" can happen to…

  • To Sell or Not to Sell

    Published 10 January 2005 | viewed 3,687 times

    I have already executed some important aspects of my 401k/403b/IRA investment plan for 2005: Sell first and ask questions later. When in doubt, sell. Sell,…

  • All That's Wrong with Mainstream Financial Reporting

    Published 29 November 2004 | viewed 4,794 times

    Paul Farrell writes for cbsmarketwatch.com. His recent article, "Yogi Berra on Dent vs. Prechter Dow 40,000? Dow 400? Best strategy is asset allocation," is a…

  • Get Religion With Secular Bears

    Published 20 September 2004 | viewed 3,768 times

    Most of us Americans don't know or even care if we are in a "bull market" or not. The origin of the terms "bull market"…