Monthly Archives: May 2011

Déjà vu all over again

In my last post, I shared one result of the ninth survey my firm has taken of American attitudes toward relocation (moving for an extended period) outside the US over seven years. There is much more to share. I and … Continue reading

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The Globalization of Americans

I have a small piece of proprietary data to share with subscribers today. It won’t be published on those sites that usually republish my posts. It’s small, but it is a hint of more to come. As many of you … Continue reading

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Thinking Retirement? Two Questions For You

Ever since I wrote Next – The Retirement Bubble for Barron’s a couple years ago, the end of traditional retirement has been a subject of special interest to me. I have a short post up today at my Retirement Bubble … Continue reading

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Why we aren’t as dumb as they think we are

I write another blog, The Retirement Bubble, where I occasionally write on a topic I first raised in an essay at Barron’s in 2009. It has drawn more traffic than anything I have written there before and emails arriving suggest … Continue reading

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Thank You

I need to take a moment to express my appreciation to the US Navy Seals for their successful removal of Osama from this world. They do not seek recognition, indeed they strenuously avoid it, but they deserve it, as do … Continue reading

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