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Business Intelligence Brief: March 25, 2015

Some Differences of Opinion This is the week of the many speeches – the usual occurrence after a meeting of the Fed’s Open Market Committee. The hope is that these…

You Had Better Not Believe This

Business Intelligence Brief: March 24, 2015

What’s an Investor to Do? Picture yourself as a German or French or Greek investor – you would like to see your money make you some additional money and that…

Business Intelligence Brief: March 23, 2015

Measuring Illusive Data The average person is usually quite confused by the welter of data sources that seem to get used by those in the position of making key decisions.…

Business Intelligence Brief : March 20, 2015

The Nervous College Student I have to admit that this story caught my attention. A piece in the Wall Street Journal today indicates that today’s college freshman is choosing a…

Business Intelligence Brief: March 20, 2015

Caution Still Reigns It is not clear that there is a new word in the Fedspeak lexicon just yet but caution may be as good as any. Those who had…

Business Intelligence Brief: March 18, 2015

Employment Numbers Still Favor the Oil Patch It is true that the collapse in the global price per barrel for oil has had an impact on the fast growing states…

Business Intelligence Brief: March 17, 2015

Increase in “Green” – as in Money It being St. Patrick’s Day and all it seemed appropriate to write something relevant but nothing that exciting is happening in Ireland other…

Business Intelligence Brief: March 16, 2015

It’s Not All About the U-3 The rate watch has started in earnest and the betting is that the Fed will hike rates either in June or September but as…

Business Intelligence Brief: March 13, 2015

Shopping Wimps It was once said that when the going gets tough the tough go shopping – apparently that is no longer the case. The retail numbers have fallen for…

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