Jim Mosquera

Jim Mosquera is the author of E$caping Oz: Navigatingthe crisis.  This is a successor to his previous book, E$caping Oz: Protecting your wealth during the financial crisis. Jim is a Principal at Sentinel Consulting a business restructuring and capital acquisition firm geared towards small to mid-sized businesses. He operates the financial and economic site The Sentinel. You can email him here: jim@thesentinel.biz

Articles by Jim Mosquera

By now you've read about the "Brexit" and why it was or was not a good idea. A presidential contender found himself in the middle of further discussion when discussing his golf property and how the Pound's demise might help his fortune....
Is the market's trading action the first week of the year significant? The importance of trend lines. What do secondary indices tell us about the major ones?
A few weeks ago I suggested that the US stock market was disguised in bull’s clothing. The crux of my suggestion focused on the identification of secular bull and bear markets. I concluded that although the market is, from a trend...
Inflation and deflation are two of the most misunderstood economic conditions. The recognition of each is typically gauged with prices. Higher prices mean inflation. Lower prices mean what exactly? We never see lower prices do we? My...
Recently I was interviewed by Jerry Slusiewicz of the Southern California radio show, Your Money Talks. This show is heard in Orange County and the Greater LA Inland Empire on KSPA am 1510 and KFSD am 1450 in North San Diego County. In...
What are governments capable of doing? I ask this question since for many, it seems as if government is an omnipotent force capable of providing anything for its citizens and supporting its empire abroad. It is important to understand...
Sometime this fall, the Federal Reserve will remove the punch bowl it has had out for more than 5 years. That is one long party! What will the party goers do when that bowl gets removed? The punch bowl to which I refer is Quantitative...
The melting point of gold is 1337.33 K (1064.18 °C, 1947.52 °F).