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By Michael Lombardi
As we move from a national debt ceiling of $14.3 trillion to $17.0 trillion or $18.0 trillion, who will buy that extra debt? Who has already been buying up U.S. government debt? Michael discusses this issue and the further prolems it can lead to.
By Wert-Berater
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By Jonathan Joel
Officials from Knight Investments LLC were briefed on possible legislation changes affecting the electronic crediting of funds.
By Lisa Bast
The John Birch Society President to join a panel discussion at the first Ohio state-wide convention in Columbus.
By Patrick L. Smith
Granite Springs Asset Management LLC is pleased to announce that Vincent J. Truglia, Managing Director of Global Economic Research, is now a Principal of the Firm.
By Paige Rausch
Atlanta the Sixth District, which includes Florida showed improvement in Real Estate and Construction.
By Mitchell Clark, B.Comm.
The stock market is going up, commodity prices are strong. All an investor has had to do over the last six months is just own the market. So why are things rosy on Wall Street and only mediocre on Main Street?
By Michael Lombardi, MBA
The two key principles Michael has followed for 30 years to achieve success as an investor in the stock market.
By Check Advantage
The Federal Reserve has released its study on non-cash payment trends in the United States. Find out whether debit, credit or checks are the most popular way to pay.
Key aspect of involuntary, Congressionally-mandated document dump by Fed is depth & duration of direct involvement in commercial paper market, where finance sector meets "real economy"
By Stephan Tavernini
Preferred Financial Services analyzes what impacts are of the latest round of quantitative easing enacted by the Federal Reserve.
By Regal Group International
U.S. Federal Reserve stimulus measures weakening the dollar could send investors after raw materials.
By Stephan Tavernini
Preferred Financial services reviews what the latest round of Quantitative Easing means for the markets and inflation indexes for the near future.
By Ryan Holman
The Federal Reserve meeting on November 3, 2010 has led to the announcing of the release of The Fall of America and The Western World, a 9 disc, 8 hour DVD documentary to assist in protecting against potential financial collapse of the United States.
By Global Gold Group
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke shifted the blame for the economy to the United States Treasury and Federal Reserve last week and pledged to do anything needed to help stimulate the economy.
By Stephen Jacobson
The dollar saw a strong showing Tuesday, but Wednesday was not the same as a sudden drop outlined by Chinese interest rates, and Fed bond plans leave it weary.
By Regal Group International
A stronger dollar and OPEC’s indication of unchanged production levels sees the start of slide for crude.
By Rothman Securities Inc.
While a loss of 95,000 jobs normally might be expected to hurt stocks, the market’s desire for cheap money trumped concerns about the slow economy.
By Regal Group International
Anticipation that central banks are to step in to boost economic growth and a report which is expected to show U.S. fuel stocks are dropping are two of the causes for a strengthening crude price.
By Rothman Securities Inc.
As the world is still going through uncertain times, investors are strongly focusing on commodities this year, regardless of what commodity it is.
By Hackney Communications
Rick Ashburn, the principal at Creekside Partners in Lafayette, Calif., has no intention of recommending to his clients that they jump into the market and buy stocks.
By Rothman Securities Inc.
The weak dollar helped support the appeal of commodities. The Eurozone data were mixed. Potential supply shrinkage in Crude oil led to a rally in gasoline and crude prices.
By Regal Group International
Bullion’s upward surge shows no signs of slowing.
By Rothman Securities Inc.
Markets ramp up as key economic data from China and the US reaffirm positive outlook of global economy. Interest rates are anticipated to remain unchanged by the Federal Reserve.
By Access Media Management
Wall Street exhibits signs of a long-term Bear Market trend. Multiple Hindenburg Omen appearances, the focus on Fed. policy, and fiscal stress concerns highlight this great debate.
By Bloch Executive Education Center
The Bloch Executive Education Center is proud to present the Business Impact Series event on Implications of the Financial Reform, brought to you in partnership with KPMG
By Tom Venditelli, candidate for Congress in NY
Though Americans are against bailouts, and have been promised reform that will end the practice, this bill will do the opposite. Like it or not, the Federal Reserve is the central bank of the United States, and the “lender of last resort.”
By Tom Venditelli
The week of July 4th,the U.S. House of Representatives passed a financial “reform” bill. Unfortunately, the bill will do nothing to avoid a future financial collapse, because it does not address the core problems of our economic system.
The Federal Reserve refuses to raise the credit rate for three banks.
By Keren Or Shalom
This is an experimental game to check John Maynard Keynes assertion who said that professional investment may be likened to those newspaper competitions in which the competitors have to pick out the six prettiest faces from a hundred photographs.

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