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Real Estate for the Little Guy

In a recent MarketWatch article, Brett Arends lists 5 of the most unpopular investments for 2013. The logic of such a list is that a savvy investor can make a move now to get in on the ground floor of something big. Coming in at number four on the list is the only non-stock asset: […]
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February 2, 2013

The Fed Kicks the Can Right Past the Evan’s Rule

What defines “real”? The search for authenticity is occasionally embarked upon by the individual in an effort to find some kind of existential meaning. The attentive gourmand strives for real food, the wife for real love, and the artist for real expression. But how to define this so-called real is always fraught with ambiguity. How […]
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January 3, 2013

The Great Stock Picking Robot Scam

The SEC recently released a statement which says that a lawsuit is being brought against two brothers who were running a penny stock scam. The way it worked was like this: the brothers touted a stock picking robot that could predict with amazing accuracy which stocks investors should be getting into. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, the […]
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December 18, 2012

5 Common Scenarios That Could Blow Up Your Retirement Fund

Everybody wants to retire comfortably, but there are a number of common scenarios which can do serious damage to a personal retirement fund. Here are the top five pitfalls that retirement investors should keep at the top of their watch list. 1. Pension Plan Restructuring One of the recent trends amongst bigger companies is a […]
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December 12, 2012

Coin Collecting Resources

Coin collecting is a common hobby enjoyed by people worldwide. It involves creating a collection of coins according to various criteria. This can include collecting coins from a certain region, time period, subject, value, or type. From the 1600s to 1700s, coin collecting was primarily a hobby enjoyed among the richer classes. Over the next […]
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Robots on Wall Street

One of the scarier trends in Wall Street money-making maneuvers is the emergence of fully automated trading. Fully automated doesn’t mean that a computer allows a human trader to push a button and – voila! – the trade is executed. Rather, it means that the computer itself is making the trading decisions. A programmer comes […]
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November 13, 2012

How to Prune an Obsolete Blackberry

The New York Times published a story yesterday entitled The BlackBerry as Black Sheep in which it profiled people who are growing increasingly embarrassed to use their Blackberries in public. The Blackberry doesn’t provide the same functionality as the current breed of smart phones, and users come off looking like communications cavemen who are stuck […]
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October 17, 2012

The Joy of a Falling Stock

Yesterday the WSJ ran the headline “Stocks Snap Losing Streak”. Of course that’s good news as it means the economy is finally picking up, right? The long financial slog might be coming to an end as consumer confidence builds, NFL refs get back on the job, and the positive rhetoric of the Presidential race renews […]
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September 29, 2012

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