In this week's eSkeptic, Karen Stollznow writes about psychic advisors and the economy. People continue to seek out such advice, especially in rough times. She gives examples of individuals who rely on advice from psychics for business deals and real estate (people wanting to sell their homes sometimes bury statues of St. Joseph in their yards). She also notes the example of the recently charged Jerome Kerviel, who seems to have relied on psychic advice and ended up in a quite a financial mess. But hope endures.