Tag: predictions

Maybe I’m Wrong About Exercise Injury Risk

Anyone that has read this site in the past few years knows that when it comes to exercise I seek out movements that are kind to the joints and respect how the muscles move. My general position is that much … [continue reading]

Lab on a Chip

A few friends of mine have discounted my optimism that in the future we will all have gadgets that monitor our health numbers in real time. From the post The Healthy Optimist:

Today we can work with labs, get

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The Healthy Optimist

Our food system is toxic, people are unhealthy and it seems health outcomes are getting worse and worse. Yet, I am optimistic that in the near future things will be better. A lot better. The positive changes I’m envisioning won’t … [continue reading]

Reviewing My 2009 Financial Predictions

It is time to review my 2009 Financial Predictions. It seems like a million years since I wrote that post.

S&P 500 By the end of 2009 it will hit 633. This estimate is based solely off earnings

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The Upside of Down

I read a really intelligent post on a financial forum where this book was recommended. Whereas Jared Diamond’s Collapse deals with ecological breakdown, this book deals with the patterns of all breakdowns.

The Upside of Down: Catastrophe, Creativity, and the Renewal of Civilization
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Guest Financial Predictions by Derek Wilson

These are some financial predictions by my pal and former neighbor Derek Wilson. He doesn’t have a blog and asked that I put his picks on the record. My posting of his picks is not an endorsement. His 10 year … [continue reading]