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By Ann Logue on February 22, 2012
People always ask me if they should buy gold. I always tell them it’s overvalued, but I’ve been saying that for three years. Gold keeps going up in price for no good reason. That’s how bubbles are. It may be obvious that an asset (Beanie Babies, tech stocks, residential real estate) is overvalued, but the [...]
By Ann Logue on February 10, 2012
At this point, we all know what happened: Susan G. Komen for the Cure decided to cut grant funding for Planned Parenthood, the executives gave conflicting stories about why it was cutting funding, and people all over raged on Facebook, Twitter, and what have you. Once criticism that I saw, several times, was the idea [...]
Posted in Fiduciary responsibility, Political Discourse, Socially Responsible Investing | Tagged corporate governance, Fiduciary responsibility, non-profit governance, Planned Parenthood, Socially Responsible Investing for Dummies, Susan G. Komen for the Cure | Leave a response