Topics in the news of interest to investors.
America's Vanishing Middle Class
America's middle class seems to be a dying breed. Here are some disturbing statistics.
Bluebird Card Overview
Walmart and American Express have teamed up to offer a prepaid card named Bluebird. This card offers an alternative to a checking account or debit card. Money can be stored on the card and spent at the account holders discretion.
Do the Oil Companies Control Oil?
Do the major oil companies really control the flow of oil?
Financial Experts Compared
We all want to invest our money successfully. Suze Orman, Dave Ramsey, Jim Cramer and Robert Kiyosaki all offer financial advice. Who can you trust?
Financial Moves for the New Year
The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to organize and update finances. Many of us have experienced changes through the previous year. But we have neglected to update important information. Now is a great time to get our financial house in order in preparation for the coming year.
How To Find Money To Invest
Do you want to invest but question where the money will come from? Finding the money to invest can be hard on a tight budget. It can be done though. There are many ways to do this.
Investing and Collectibles
Collectibles can be fun and interesting to collect. Antiques can add beauty to a home. But they present problems as an investment. Do you know the difficulties of investing in antiques and collectibles?
Investing Benefits for Women
Investing is an important skill to learn especially for women. Sadly, investment education is neglected in our schools. So what can we women do? Gain knowledge and skills to invest and manage our money the best we can.
Is a House an Asset or a Liability?
Owning a home is the great American dream. It is often touted as an ideal way to save for the future and build equity. But as the Great Recession has shown, home ownership has its disadvantages as well. Is a house an asset or liability?
It's Good to Be King
America, rejoice! The recession is officially over.
Life in 21st Century America
A look at how 21st century America got into such a mess.
Lower Your Investing Expectations
For years we have been told that stocks average 9-10% a year. Bonds are supposed to average 5% a year. Continued weakness in the economy and historically low interest rates raises the question of whether these averages will hold true for the future.
Made in the USA Investing
Ever consider investing in companies that support jobs in the USA? In our global economy, many jobs have been outsourced to other countries. Made in the USA investing is a way of supporting companies that keep jobs in the United States of America. It can also be quite profitable.
Modern Financial Markets Truisms
A look back at the financial debacle, the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy and what it means for investors.
Owe Say Can You See
The economic crisis in America has not ended.
Politics and the Environment
Politics has a huge effect on the environment globally.
Public Pensions Peril
The next taxpayer-funded bailout may well be for public pensions.
The American Financial Experiment
Do US authorities think the American public is too dumb to see what they are doing?
The Government Wants Your Retirement Money
Plans continue moving forward to raid Americans' retirement plans.
The US-China Green War
The latest dust-up between the US and China involves green industries.
We Are in the Dark Ages...for Economics
The current era will be remembered as the dark ages for economics.
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