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From the monthly archives:

August 2011

Welcome to New Libya under NATO

NATO just vanquished a tin horn dictator in an oil rich country called Libya. Excuse me, US just liberated a whole new country from the clutches of Moammer Gaddafi’s rule. This seems remarkable isn’t it? Overthrowing a regime that was in place for 42 years and then chasing it’s dictator through the alleys of Tripoli […]

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Bernanke’s speech lifts up stockmarket

Bernanke’s speech gave the stock market some heartening news that the long term growth of US economy is on track. But the Feds annual meeting in Jackson Hole,Wyoming, gave no new clues as to what the Feds will do next. There was no silver bullet so as to speak and that disappointed many people and […]

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Gold bubble burst ?

After posting record prices and climbing to 1917 levels for the first in a Parabolic fashion, Gold slammed down 150 points to 1745 in two days amid huge volumes. The rally in Gold a safe heaven flight from economic turmoil,  finally came to an end. Gold prices have been going up since the Libyan war […]

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Review: Baines & Ernst Services

    http://www.bainesandernst.co.uk/ Established in 1996, leading debt solution providers Baines & Ernst has established  tremendous working relationships with over 3,500 creditors while helping over 140,000 individuals solve their debt problems. Members of the Debt Managers Standards Association (DEMSA), Baines & Ernst advisers do not judge those seeking help but instead lend a sympathetic ear, […]

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Delayed retirement a Viable End-Game

A lot of personal financial consultants will explain the top way to save for retirement would be to commence in your youth and regularly save a share of your paycheck in a retirement savings plan like an Individual retirement account. And many folks certainly make this happen. But if you’re like many of us, you […]

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5 ways to cut your monthly payments

There are many things in life that cannot over-exaggerate. One of those things is that money matters. No matter how much of it you have you always seem to need more. The price of items and the cost of living in general seems to go up constantly. The utilities, insurance premiums, credit cards grocery bills, […]

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Michele Bachman Wishes Elvis Presley happy birthday

Michele went on stage to wish Elvis Presley a happy birthday on the day of his death’s anniversary. Elvis died on August 16, 1977 about 34 years ago. I don’t know how old Michele Bachman would have been when he died, but this was an earth shattering news. The whole world mourned for Elvis. I […]

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Puppy freaks out eating lime

We are not just hardcore finance and stocks, who said that? What about some fun?  We are about everything that is human and enjoyable. Lately, we have been criticized by a Search Engine for putting out low quality content. You see we dont have a gauge to measure that. Its only low quality if you […]

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S&P downgrades with a knock out punch to the US

S&P downgraded US Treasury debt from AAA to AA delivering a knockout punch to the groin. Weeks of political wrangling and bickering among members of Congress over Debt deal has taken its toll. The markets are taking it much better than expected as this is the first time in history US debt has been downgraded, […]

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Market’s mini crash 2011

The economic anxiety drove the DOW  down 512 point. This was a mini crash of 2011. People are comparing this to 2008 and let me tell you its nothing like 2008. I have been through 2008 and it was something else. The Dow used to swing 800 to 900 point in single event and there […]

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