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Gabe Harris

Gabe Harris

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • The Dollar, and Other Stuff

    Published 17 July 2003 | viewed 2,344 times

    I've thought of more to say about Alan Greenspan, since I wrote my biographical piece on him. His saga is one of the more interesting…

  • Congressional Salaries

    Published 15 November 2002 | viewed 5,218 times

    "Be thankful we're not getting all the government we're paying for." Will Rogers In the private sector, it is difficult to get a job where…

  • Dow Components

    Published 19 September 2002 | viewed 3,456 times

    Thom Calandra wrote an article Thursday on the makeup of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Mr. Calandra pointed out that the Dow Jones Industrial Index…

  • The Budget Deficit

    Published 12 September 2002 | viewed 2,548 times

    Less than two years ago the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) was forecasting cumulative surpluses between $4.5 trillion and $5.8 trillion between 2001 and 2010 This…

  • The Japan Problem

    Published 06 September 2002 | viewed 3,186 times

    Japan had a fabulous stock market from 1950 to 1990. However, upon closer inspection the economic growth of the country was stagnating well before the…