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We keep the entire year's issues of Market Witch on file so our readers can follow our assessment of how our culture is developing, what paths events which affect investments seem to be on, and what stocks we've earlier indentified as important to our financial goals. They're also fun to read.

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2011
December
The Merry Minuet


November
The Dozen Best Brazil Stocks 2012 thru 2016


October
How Wealth is Created


September
Skirting the D-Word -- A Second U.S. Depression


August
America's Showdown


July
When Independence Went Viral


June
Twenty Five Easy Pieces


May
The Black Swans


April
Echoes Forward: The Rise of Bin Laden, The Fall of Japan


March
The Shots Heard Round the World


February
Party On, Australia!


January
Welcome to the TwentyTeens!


2010 2009 2008 2007
December
The Best of Everything for the Yuletide — USA's Best


November
America's Top 40 - USA Companies are Back


October
Infra! The Structure That Ate America!


September
The Kingdom of Camibria


August
Juggernaut Germany


July
America's Last Best Hope: Chicago


June
Africa and the Dragon


May
Seven Days in May — The People Who Can Tell The Future Are Not Pleased


April
Santa Claus Drives a Chris-Craft: Life at the New North Pole


March
Nectar of the Gods: Fresh Water


February
China: More Than You Want To Know… Or Maybe Just Enough


January
Prelude to Upheaval: The Year the Culture War Got Hot

December
The 12 New Rules of Retailing


November
A Portrait of the United States at Thanksgiving, 2009


October
Shorting the Calendar: Investing in 21st-Century Growth Stocks


September
Founding Family Fortunes: Chapter II


August
Founding Fortunes


July
Carthage, Rome, and the Price of Diversity


June
Who Will Bell the Cat?


May
America's Second Civil War


April
Under the (American) Black Flag


March
Treasure of the Sierra Madre


February
The Spice Trade: An Historical View of Commodities


January
This Has All Happened Before

December
The USA's Toxic Export--Commoditized Debt


November
Diary of the Revolution


October
GOLD, BLACK GOLD, AND DRUGS:
How ‘Monetization’ wrecks Economies
& Causes Outlaw Currencies


September
Business as Usual


August
The New American Poverty


July
The 10 Key American Presidents


June
Is This the Summer of 1968?


May
Sing the Ben Bernanke Song!


April
Farmer's Market


March
GATA, IMF, the Central Banks, and the Remonetization of Gold


February
The Death of Decadent Frontiersmanship


January
America's Most Dangerous Year


December
God Bless us Every One: America in Crisis, Christmas 2007


November
The Dollar is Toast, Gold's Back for Good


October
Why Gold isn't $1500/oz Right Now


September
When will the USA be Nuked?


August
The 14000 Faux Boom: Revisiting the Dollar


July
4th of July, 2007: 4 Stories from the Land of the Free


June
The Best of Times? A Disconnect between Society and the Markets


May
Welcome to the United States of North America


April
Your Grandfather's Stock -- Not! Gen-Xer's Hot Picks


March
Who Gets Africa?


February
The Battle for the Dollar


January
The Dollar's Most Dangerous Year: Here's What To Do. And Why.


2006 2005 2004 2003
December
The Power of Stuff: America's Consumer Spending Genius


November
Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off (© Joe Nichols)
free sample


October
The Greatest Show on Earth: Megacities


September
Farewell Mrs. Robinson: The End of Petroleum-Based Plastics


August
Cars: We're Obsessed!


July
Heroes, Icons, and Democracy: Why Can't the U.S. Market Freedom?


June
The Rise of the Americas: A Powerful Western Hemisphere Bloc Takes Shape


May
Early Stages of Collapse: The US in Disarray


April
Return Flight From Brazil


March
Water, Water, Everywhere? Much Less Than You Think


February
The Opposite of a Developing Nation? It's Us


January
The Second Half of the Decade: Investing for 2006 and Beyond

December
Grave Portents: America's Dark Christmas


November
The Boomers' Goth Grandchildren: Exploring Gen-Y

October
Tattooed Captains of Industry, Wives with Nipple Rings: Gen-X Takes Over


September
My Gen-eration


August
Hitching a Ride with the Global Circus


July
The State of the Union


June
America's Silent Spring


May
Third World America


April
Dark Visions: Nations Scramble for Resources


March
Cyberspace and Mortality: Is The Harley Era Over?


February
The New Blue Chips


January
Intelligent Design


December
Manifest Destiny


November
The Riddle of Steel


October
American Voices


September
Flying Down to Rio: A Look at a Few of Brazil's Best Companies for Investors


August
Hasta La Vista Habeebe: Four Futurist Military Tech Stocks


July
King Kong vs. Mozilla: Why Television Still Rules


June
Who'll Win? Time to Predict the 2004 Election


May
An Economic Triangle of Quarantine Forms Around Islam


April
Too Many Ants, Not Enough Picnics


March
Welcome to Quatar, America's Arabian-Peninsula State


February
Clothed in Light: The Global Explosion in Broadband/
Optical Networking


January
The Shape of Things to Come

December
Stan Freburg and the Spirit of Christmas


November
Give Thanks to the USA


October
Soccer Moms at War


September
The Back to College Issue


August
Where did you get your Ferrari? I bought it on eBay


July
The Passing of the Torch


June
Small Pleasures: Weddings, China
Redux, Gold Feve
r


May
The Linus Larrabee Effect


April
America's New
Soon-To-Be Majority


March
The Ship of State, Patched with Duct Tape, Sails On


February
Of Cabbages and Kings, of Dividends and Things


January
Forecast: Snow

 

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