• 59 mins Mexico Kickstarts War On Junk Food
  • 9 hours How America Could Go Green Right Now
  • 1 day Russian Prestige And American Politics: The COVID Vaccine Race
  • 1 day Is The Silver Rally Over Or Just Getting Started?
  • 2 days Alibaba-Backed Tesla Competitor Set To IPO In The U.S.
  • 2 days Emerging Economies Could Get Left Behind In Race For COVID Vaccine
  • 3 days Dead Malls Could Be Amazon’s Next Target
  • 3 days Unpacking Biden's Energy Plan
  • 3 days Russia Aims To Become World's Top Gold Producer
  • 4 days Global Tech Stocks On Edge Over Trump TikTok Ban
  • 4 days Cobalt Squeeze Threatens The Electric Vehicle Boom
  • 5 days COVID Has Sparked A Surge In Cybercrime
  • 5 days Precious Metals Bulls Still Have Plenty Of Room To Run
  • 6 days The U.S. Has The Tech To Go Green, But Will It Use It?
  • 6 days Massive Losses Force Russian Commodities Giant To Slash Dividends
  • 7 days Markets Up On Stimulus Hope
  • 7 days UK To Invest In Europe's First Geothermal Lithium Recovery Plant
  • 8 days TikTok Takes Center Stage In US-China Tech War
  • 8 days Are Semiconductor Stocks Overvalued?
  • 9 days Jobs Report Doesn’t Say Much Amid COVID Uncertainty

Gary Carmell

Gary Carmell

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Housing: Game Over

    Published 15 March 2007 | viewed 6,466 times

    This article originally appeared at Red County Magazine. I am going to get right to the point. Housing, especially in California, is dead money for…

  • Deep Impact

    Published 12 August 2005 | viewed 4,995 times

    On July 4, 2005 a rocket traveling 23,000 miles per hour made a direct hit into the nucleus of the Tempel 1 comet that is…

  • Wealth & Housing

    Published 06 May 2005 | viewed 5,711 times

    Where people reside and why they choose to live where they do are important trends to assess when investing in housing. Over time, those that…

  • What Conundrum?

    Published 05 April 2005 | viewed 8,497 times

    Alan Greenspan publicly declared that the failure of long-term interest rates to rise meaningfully in the face of Fed tightening is a conundrum. The conventional…

  • Things Change (or Dealing with my Obsession with Interest Rates)

    Published 03 February 2005 | viewed 7,040 times

    On a recent drive home from Palm Springs my wife and I were trying to resort to the usual incentives and rational discussion to get…