Jerry Brown and California’s “Attractive” Poverty

This article was written by Bill Watkins and previously published on New Geography on November 12, 2013.

Jerry Brown is supposed to be a different kind of politician: well informed, smart, slick, and skilled. While he has had some missteps, he’s always bounced back. His savvy smarts have allowed him to have a fantastically . . . → Read More: Jerry Brown and California’s “Attractive” Poverty

Sustainable Investment Plan

The key to sustainable wealth is to tie your level of consumption spending to the product of your total wealth (including financial wealth and human capital, or the present value of future net income) and the after-tax real rate of return.  If you do this, the affluence that you enjoy in your youth, due . . . → Read More: Sustainable Investment Plan

Sustainable Wealth Plan

The key to sustainable wealth is to tie your level of consumption spending to the product of your total wealth (including financial wealth and human capital, or the present value of future net income) and the after-tax real rate of return.  If you do this, the affluence that you enjoy in your youth, due . . . → Read More: Sustainable Wealth Plan

New GDP Data and 2013 Growth

The preliminary estimate of United States third quarter economic growth was released today. The growth number is 2.8 percent, stronger than any of the three quarters prior. The quarter 2 growth rate was 2.5 percent, and the quarter 3 result beat our forecast of 1.3 percent. This was despite slowdowns in the growth of . . . → Read More: New GDP Data and 2013 Growth