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The Well-Rounded Financial Planner

September 3, 2008

The Well-Rounded Financial Planner A person’s education, background and degree of experience with investments are all factors to consider when learning about the stock market.

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The History Of The NYSE

August 31, 2008

The History Of The NYSE While there are a number of stock exchanges in operation, there is no doubt that the NYSE is dominant. About 3,400 common stocks are listed and traded there, including such giants as AT&T, General Electric, General Motors, Ford Motors, Standard Oil of New Jersey, Woolworth, du Pont, Sears-Roebuck, U. S. […]

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The Well-Rounded Financial Planner

August 29, 2008

The Well-Rounded Financial Planner A person’s education, background and degree of experience with investments are all factors to consider when learning about the stock market.

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The Importance of Retirement Planning

August 26, 2008

The Importance of Retirement Planning Retirement can seem a long way off when you are 30 with two kids, a mortgage and a car payment. Still, it’s a fact that retirement can certainly sneak up on you, and if you haven’t planned for it, it can be a rocky road indeed. Stocks and bonds are […]

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Taxing Profit Investment Companies

August 24, 2008

Taxing Profit Investment Companies Investment companies are taxed in a rather peculiar and arcane manner. Internal revenue law is written so that certain companies can make claims that allow them to be exempt from certain taxes.

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Inflation: Learning By Example

August 21, 2008

Inflation: Learning By Example Inflation has come to be an expected part of the U.S. economy. However, we must also consider the possibility that one day the economy might deflate considerably, bringing the value of an investment down rather than up.

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Inflation: Learning By Example

August 18, 2008

Inflation: Learning By Example Inflation has come to be an expected part of the U.S. economy. However, we must also consider the possibility that one day the economy might deflate considerably, bringing the value of an investment down rather than up.

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Getting The Most Out Of Your Commercial Bank

August 15, 2008

Getting The Most Out Of Your Commercial Bank Investing in a commercial bank (with a checking and savings account, for example) is a great start for a first-time investor. In fact, younger and younger adults are opening checking and savings accounts to save for their futures.

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Taxing Profit Investment Companies

August 13, 2008

Taxing Profit Investment Companies Investment companies are taxed in a rather peculiar and arcane manner. Internal revenue law is written so that certain companies can make claims that allow them to be exempt from certain taxes.

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Insider Hint: Which Indexes Should You Watch?

August 10, 2008

Insider Hint: Which Indexes Should You Watch? We have become accustomed to index numbers in our daily lives. They are used for all phases of human activity, one of the best known being the Cost of Living Index. It is only natural that we should employ some sort of index to show the behavior of […]

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