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Monday, September 2, 2013
MLB Scoring Efficiency
This is a simple measure of how good the teams are in turning hits into runs, rated as runs per hit and hits per run, depending on your preference.
Topic label list and links are at the bottom of this column.
Do I need to point out that I am not a financial adviser, registered stock analyst, or anything other than a guy playing with ideas for his own amusement?
Get your own data, do your own thinking, make your own decisions. I am not telling anybody to do anything with even a single penny of their assets. Happy Speculating!
Gold - via www.kitco.com
Change in Plans
Starting Sunday, Feb. 6, 2010, light-hearted stuff has been moved to a new blog. If you are meant to find it, you probably will. If you need directions, write me.
Meanwhile the heavy-hearted - and heavy-handed stuff stays here.
Rules of Engagement
Over at Angry Bear, Mike Kimel has posted a list of things to think about, if you want to be taken seriously. It might be worth your time to check it out. A few are specific to his situation, most are not.
Examples: #1 Don't cite authority as proof. #2 Get your data from a reputable source. #7 Do not argue by assertion. #15 Time moves in a single direction.