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  • Why Gold is better than Today’s Stock Market - 26 March 2007
  • Forget about dividends, you do not even earn interest! Stock market securities have clear advantages over gold. High Federal interest rates in the United States may even see you lose national capital in gold holdings, yet this precious metal has some undeniable strength as we approach the end of the first decade of the 21st century.

  • Picking a Stock Market Advisor - 19 March 2007
  • Essential stock market culture has remained largely unchanged since its early years during the first half of the 20th century. Computer screens may have replaced frenzied trading on floors to some extent, but indices, trends, forward looking statements, and speculations of all kinds, continue to dominate the stock market world.

  • Rediscovering the Islamic Banking Model for Stock Market Development - 17 March 2007
  • There used to be a time when the term stock market was almost synonymous with Exchanges in New York, Chicago, London, Hong Kong and Tokyo. While the developed world continues to wield enormous influence on the world economy, there are also new kids on the block making increasingly noticeable waves.

  • Let the Stock Market Not Write Off Manufacturing Capabilities - 14 March 2007
  • They teach you in management schools that economies transit from agriculture to industry, and then on to services. A stock market therefore rejoices when manufacturing jobs are shipped abroad, boosting this quarter’s profits. Executives earn pay rises and perquisites spinning yarns about how they manage toll manufacture, and gain time to focus on things such as marketing. Is the genius of the Ford assembly line dead?

  • Jet Blue Will Always Have a Place in My Stock Market Portfolio - 12 March 2007
  • There are no reasons for stock market optimism at first sight: 2005 profits have plummeted far below the level for the previous year. The airline has demonstrated notorious vulnerability to OPEC quirks and geo-political pressures on fossil fuel prices. There is no dearth of skeptics on the shaky business model of low cost carriers. Above all, Jet Blue Airways Corporation seems to be in an unholy and a nearly permanent mess after a mere spell of harsh winter weather!

  • Understanding Ratios for Stock Market Decisions - 27 February 2007
  • How much does the stock market trust ratios? Well, business management schools and courses in Finance may pay more obeisances to concepts of gearing, profitability, liquidity, and other information that ratios try to convey, than stock market players of today are willing to concede.

  • Taiwan’s High Speed Revolution - 12 February 2007
  • The transport improvement, that has the entire Taiwan debating and wondering, is the new revolutionary high speed train that is destined to change the daily lives of the extremely populated, estimated at 90% of the Taiwanese population, that live in the western corridor. White and orange trains that can reach speeds of up to 300 kilometres an hour, or 186 miles per hour, is set to change the travelling time between Taipei and Kaohsiung, with more than four hours. Instead, the long journey could be cut to 90 minutes. The Taiwan Institute of Economic Research, have been studying the impact that this $15bn project will have on the economy. It is the worlds largest BOT, or Build-Operate-Transfer.

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