Gary Moore

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Jim and Gary take a spiritual look at interest rates and the 2004 presidential election.
Jim and Gary talk about the world events that might affect investing and whether or not it is a good idea to invest in the stock market right now.
Gary joins Jim to share about a symposium at Harvard that brought together economics and spirituality.
Jim and Gary talk about some news about the U.S. and global economy that he learned from Sir John Templeton.
Jim and Gary talk about the ethics and principles in the Bible and how they relate to today's business place. They go on to discuss the difference between capital and hoarding.
Jim and Gary discuss President Bush's State of the Union Address and the economy's reaction to it.
Gary always has an uplifting message to help us "reintegrate" spiritual and ethical thinking into our market activities. Gary says one of our challenges is how to sort through all of the information that is available today and find the wisdom. One of the things Gary shares with Jim is how to put our national debt ($5 trillion) in perspective with our national assets ($50 Trillion).
Gary and Tom talk with Jim about the importance of reintegration of the spiritual aspects of life into the marketplace.
Gary talks with Jim about Sir John Templeton's concept of what it would take to achieve a Dow-Jones composite level of 1 million by the end of the next century. They move on to talk about the importance of reintegration of spiritual principles back into the marketplace.
Gary joins Jim to talk about how to achieve balance in our lives, by re-integrating, as Gary says, our spiritual lives with our professional lives. Gary helps us understand how to deal with all of the stress in our lives by staying out of the two ditches, fear and greed. Gary is a disciple of Sir John Templeton, who many consider to be the father of the mutual fund.