Dan on January 28th, 2016

Smart move by GM to invest in Lyft – perhaps they see the disruption coming to the car ownership model that self driving cars will bring, and are hedging their bets.  Interesting that Google gets all the press on self driving cars while Detroit is seemingly under emphasizing the future of self driving cars.  A great […]

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Dan on January 16th, 2016

Interesting chart here from a presentation by Jeffrey Gundlach of Doubleline Capital  (see the complete presentation here):   His thesis is the overproduction of oil in the US may have been driven by all the excess money the Fed pumped into the economy. All this low interest capital was put to work drilling and selling […]

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Dan on January 12th, 2016

A quick rant – though I know this article is over a month old. The latest foreign policy dilemma America is facing: Air Force burning through bomb stockpiles striking ISIL One would think this article is from the satirical site The Onion – but this is a serious new piece.   This quote from the article […]

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Dan on January 3rd, 2016

I had chance to pull the stats from the solar panels I installed in mid-January 2015  (more details here) – and there is some good news and bad news.  The good news:  My total power production for the year (from mid-January on)   was 4005.5 kilowatts.  We had a pretty optimal year for solar – […]

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