Thursday, August 6, 2020

Time to Address ‘Period Poverty’

I’ve been up to my ears in tampons for the last six months. No, this isn’t some kind of fetish. It’s in connection with the Princeton Period Project, the newest community-support initiative of Princeton Cornerstone Community Kitchen.

The Perfect Company: Ennis

Ennis has underperformed the market, which seems like a bad thing until you consider what happened recently to companies that have outperformed the market: they fell between 20 to 50 percent.

The Perfect Company: Time to Invest in Marijuana?

We are ready for legalized marijuana, but how do you make money on it?

The Perfect Company: Portfolio Stocks in Five Companies

A gift for the child on your list: A portfolio of stocks in five companies that will be fun to follow and might even pay some dividends and post some gains.

The Perfect Company: When a Stock is Like a Model Rocket

If a stock is like a model rocket, now is the time to look for payloads that are about to take off.

The Perfect Company: How to Raise Money

New Jersey needs more growth companies to bring in wealth from around the world.

Pollinators, Food, and Climate Change

You can have the key to save the most basic foundation needed to support human life. “And what is that?” you ask. It is the vast and quickly diminishing community of native pollinators of bees, birds, butterflies, beetles, flies, and small mammals that work together to supply 85 percent of the main global crops.

The End of Family-Owned Business

The attractively printed handout, intended for area newcomers and visiting shoppers, enthuses that “Princeton is one big General Store.” The businesses listed truly do constitute a fascinating bazaar of...

The Perfect Company: Ulta or Nvidia?

On the surface Ulta looks like a "perfect company" and a good investment, but Nvidia may get you more bang for your buck.

New Jersey’s Fiscal House Is Fragile

The fiscal future of New Jersey is fragile and, as such, will challenge those who want to fund ongoing programs, and make needed infrastructure improvements.

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Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus