$700 Billion Bail Out Reality Check

I subscribe to Money and Markets. An emailed newsletter put out by Martin D. Weiss Ph. D.. He has just published a newsletter which should give us all a reality check on the proposed Paulson, Benanke financial bail out. Mr Weiss allows others to publish his newsletter as is, provided we attribute the newsletter to […]

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Baby Boomers It’s Even More Important to Learn How to Protect Your Nest Egg Now

After last week’s stock market crash and then seeing the world on the brink of financial ruin, Baby Boomers need to get very serious about protecting their nest egg. Last weeks the stock market gave us all a shock. Many Baby Boomers who were unaware their nest egg was in danger found out very quickly […]

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Time to do the Opposite and Sell into this Bear Market Rally

Aren’t investment guru’s always telling us to do the opposite of what the public are doing if we want to make money in the markets? Well now is the time to do just that, and to exit the markets if you can. Don’t follow the herd. Apparently Allan Moss the ex-CEO of Macquarie bank has […]

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Short Sell and You Go to Hell

We now have someone to blame and it is the short sellers that have done all the damage. Short Sellers  should all go to hell it seems. Well, I have a very different view on that. Short sellers are the sharks is the financial sea. They seek out the weak and over-leveraged companies and take […]

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We are our own worst enemy and I have the proof

I now have proof that we are our own worst enemy and no matter how much information is put out there that requires people to take responsibility for themselves, the vast majority are unlikely to do so. Hurricane Ike’s devastation of Galveston and Houston and the surrounding area brought that fact home to me. Okay […]

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If Mutual Funds Don’t Churn, Index Funds Don’t Earn

Mutual Funds actively buy and sell equities with your retirement money and Index funds basically buy and hold those same equities. Index Funds claim they provide better returns at lower costs and that is probably true. But they rely on the Mutual Funds to buy and sell equities on a regular basis. In a rising […]

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Jeffrey D. Voudrie – a Financial Planner with a Strategy

I came across a free report I got from Jeffrey D. Voudrie some time back called, “The Unvarnished Truth About Investment Advisors…And Why You Don’t Need One In Order To Manage Your Money Well”. He goes on to say it is, “A Straight-Forward Guide With The Information You MUST Know To Confidently Handle Your Retirement […]

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Retirement and The Dividend Paying Life Insurance Money Tree

With dividend paying life insurance you can create an income stream to pay off your car, mortgage and other purchases. Sometimes an idea comes along that seems too good to be true. becoming your own bank using dividend paying life insurance appears at first glance to be one of those. But after reading Nelson Nash’s […]

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