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  • Who is the Real Cassandra - July 2019

    Greek Mythology’s popularity spread through Homers’ works, the Iliad and the Odyssey. (1) However, Hesiod deserves credit for establishing the original structure in his poem, Theogony, written around 700 BC. (2) Think of this as an early version of 23 and Me, documenting the ancestry of all Greek characters.

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  • Full Cycle - April 2019

    It’s neither bird nor plane. Baby Boomers, it’s not Underdog. Millennials, it’s not a drone. It is a boomerang. Dating back to Prehistoric times, these devices have served many purposes including musical instrument, fire starter, recreational object, and weapon. Mechanically, a flying boomerang behaves according to Newton’s third law

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  • Diversification or Di-WORSE-ification

    by Joe Ferreira

    There is an old proverb that people apply to investing: “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” On the surface, this appears to be very sound advice: spread your eggs into multiple baskets to reduce the risk of all your eggs breaking. However, the late

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