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About Eldon Mast
Eldon Mast has been investing since the time he earned his first dollar back in the 1970s. He is particularly interested in how moods effect the market. In good times and bad, he has observed a peculiar fascination by the mainstream media on "bad news." He has also observed in business and investing that there is always a silver lining somewhere. You just have to find it. And when he finds it Mr. Mast enjoys talking about it and writing about it. It is out of that interest that the Good News Economist Blog was born.

As a valedictorian of his class, Mr. Mast holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Millersville University of PA, and enjoys writing about or marketing anything, technical, computer, financial or internet related.
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