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  • New Kids on the Stock Market Block - 7 March 2008
  • The stock market is similar to a Presidential campaign. Both promise change. Any day can bring an amazing swing. Top candidates may wait in the shadows. Some of the people who make most noise lack substance. Ralph Nader is not likely to earn your vote. However, you will probably find it hard to disagree with his views. Extend this phenomenon to stock investing. Galvanize your portfolio. Move away from mutual funds. Look for stocks that lack rah-rah but not cash. How can you do this?

  • Emergency Protection against the Gathering Inflation Storm - 6 March 2008
  • You cannot wish harrowing inflation even on an enemy. Scenes from Zimbabwe, Palestine, and Burma make you cry. Starving children, riots in search of food, heaps of worthless currency-unbearable agony is everywhere.

  • What the Stars Foretell About Stock - 5 March 2008
  • Some Asian stock investors have the stars on their side. You can see the bright gemstones on fingers of their hands. Astrology seems to work for them. Their economies have double-digit growth rates. New stock millionaires dot their ranks. Soothsayers are popular in NASDAQ circles as well. They depend on subject experts rather than on the planets.

  • Which Stock Market Losses Hurt Most? - 4 March 2008
  • Stock trading is unfairly infamous for losses. It is the opposite of lotteries as far as media coverage goes. Have you ever read about the people who buy tickets everyday without any winnings? Conversely, making steady incomes through stock trading only rarely makes it to the front pages. However, extreme risks with professional option trade can even land you in jail!

  • Turn the Mortgage and Credit Crisis to Your Advantage - 3 March 2008
  • We tend to ignore the human side of the mortgage crisis. Interest rate changes will help reduce bank losses. What can it do to a person who is no longer credit worthy? The wealthy can make small talk about losses made by financial institutions. Who will shed tears for victims of foreclosures?

  • Poker Principles to Win No Matter Which Card China Deals - 29 February 2008
  • You would not normally spend evenings on the Strip in Las Vegas, to learn how to deal with China. However, there is no harm in learning the basics of dealing with opponents at the famed gaming tables of Nevada. Not that China is a mere opponent; it has huge dollar reserves, holds keys to our stock market inflows, and is the major emerging market by all accounts.

  • Lead Your Bank from Sub-Prime Greed to Meeting All Your Credit Needs - 28 February 2008
  • You need to be a trained sculptor, or an art critic, to appreciate the frail figure at Dupont Circle, Massachusetts Avenue & 21st, in our capital. However his writings of nearly 100 years ago continue to inspire Obama today, as much as they have Dr. Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandela in the past.

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