Do you think President Trump’s initiative to exit the Paris agreement is a good one? According to this New York Times article, the United States is medaled with the world’s largest economy. Unfortunately, this industrious standing is stained by being the world’s second largest polluter. (Source 1) Top Trump Advisers Are Split on Paris Agreement on Climate […]
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Kirsten Grind and Peter Rudegeair, with the Wall Street Journal, write an insightful article titled, “House Flipping Makes a Comeback as Home Prices Rise.” This article uses pre-recession numbers to illustrate the bounce back. The number of flips has more than doubled since 2009; more alarmingly, the profit margins have skyrocketed to an average of […]
#BREAKINGNEWS Roadside Development and its joint venture partner have announced their purchase of the FannieMae complex, headquartered in Washington DC at 3900 Wisconsin Avenue. Read more: http://www.itbusinessnet.com/article/Roadside-Development-and-NORTH-AMERICA-SEKISUI-HOUSE-LLC-(NASH)-Purchase-Iconic-Fannie-Mae-Headquarters-in-Washington-DC-4718448
#TimonAndPumba debut in Friday’s (11/11/16) Mansion section of The Wall Street Journal.
“It is impossible to imagine Goethe or Beethoven being good at billiards or golf.” – H. L. Mencken Have a look at Long and Foster’s Fall Luxury Magazine! #BilliardRooms #Garages #WineCellars #PokerRooms. Long and Foster, Fall Luxury Homes
Interesting New York Times’s piece, written by Sendhhil Mullainathan. Apparently people tend to think in percentages, not absolute numbers, when bookkeeping their personal finances; however the author reveals that “poorer people tend to value a dollar more consistently, irrespective of the context [than rich people do.]” How to Pinch Pennies in the Right Places Economic View By SENDHIL […]