Monthly Archives: April 2009

Go Green and See More Greenbacks

It is now literally and figuratively true – the color of money is indeed green in every sense of the word. People all over the world are waking up to the fact that now is the time to do all … Continue reading

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Bear Rally Refuses To Die But Don’t Get Carried Away

In case it is not glaringly obvious to you, the bear rally is still alive. Fundamentals have taken a back seat as investors continue to buy into the recovery story. The rationale goes like this – the stock market is … Continue reading

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Credit Card Debts – Triggering off another credit crunch?

This is a guest post from Debtconsolidationcare.com, Internet’s first get out debt community. Credit card debts are an increasing cause of concern and many are of the opinion that after subprime lending, credit card defaults is the second largest cause … Continue reading

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Bullish Days Ahead But Bear Is Lying In Wait For The Kill

We are into the fifth week of upswing in the stock market. While stock valuations remain attractive for value investors, the market is overbought and a major correction is overdue. That is not to say that this bear rally is … Continue reading

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Financial Regulation Only As Good As The Enforcer

Andrew Jackson illustrated his disdain towards international bankers in 1832 with this eloquent excerpt: “Gentlemen, I have had men watching you for a long time, and I am convinced that you have used the funds of the bank to speculate in … Continue reading

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