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It ain’t rocket science: you open a brokerage account. Hope you know what you’re doing…but it doesn’t sound like it. Do not try stock investing until you first educate yourself on the subject. Your best bet would be to open an account with an online brokerage such as Sharebuilder, E-Trade, Scott trade, or Ameritrade. Without knowing much about your situation I cannot recommend a certain one but it is fairly easy for anyone to invest now. I started out with Sharebuilder because they have no account minimums to get started. Right now the market is extremely volatile so I would suggest doing a lot of ...
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I will post my 15 best long term stocks . also i will post monthly stock picks. This site is also for our Mad Street Addict Money Fund, Where we all can talk about stocks ! T. Boone Pickens and The "Pickens Plan" Could Make You Wealthy By Investing in Green Stocks - Wind Energy, VWS, SUZLON, CWP, BBW, GE, SI, FPL, ZOLT, OC, ABB, CPTC, ITC, NGG, PWR, GRH T. Boone Pickens owns 40% of a company called Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (NASDAQ:CLNE). This is a company that provides natural gas for vehicle fleets in the U.S. and Canada. CLNE designs, builds, finances, and operates the fueling stations. T. Boone Pickens owns 12% of ... market research, surveys and trends

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MELA Sciences flys on PMA date. Anadys Pharma seeks strategic alternatives. After the bell Alexza rises on positive clinical study results, InterMune sheds workforce by 40 percent Alexza Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ( Nasdaq:ALXA ) rose after the bell after the company reported positive results of clinical studies in patients with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder demonstrated that Staccato loxapine (AZ-004) reduced agitation in patients, regardless of the level of agitation at baseline. Improvement in agitation levels were observed as early as 10 minutes after dosing on the standard components of agitation as measured by the Positive ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Their vision of foreclosures in 2010? As many as four million homes will receive a foreclosure notice next year, which would make it the peak of this foreclosure cycle. According to Flint, we’re in a “false state if stability” as far as the housing market goes. Tax credits have driven sales, but banks are holding back inventory, he noted. “When the tax credit runs out, inventory will go up and interest rates will go up. Prices will go down again. We have a long way to go until we have a healthy real estate market,” Flint said, adding that he sees house prices dropping another 5 to 10 percent, and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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June 14 (Bloomberg) -- Traders and money managers may want to watch the World Cup, which began in South Africa last week, for more than just the soccer. Stock indexes in nations kicked out of major tournaments lag behind their average returns during trading the day after the loss, according to a 2007 Journal of Finance study by Diego Garcia, a professor of finance at the University of North Carolina. Euphoria over victories might encourage investors in winning countries to buy shares, said Keith Wirtz, chief investment officer at Fifth Third Asset Management Inc. in Cincinnati. “People are going to feel better and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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As the coalition prepares to unveil an emergency budget, Will Hutton looks at what big finance has done with the money that's been thrown at it. His central argument is that the banks have largely carried on regardless, using government-guaranteed funds to chase profits from derivatives. Meanwhile, taxpayers earning a fraction of the salaries on offer in the bonus-addicted Square Mile face austerity measures. In itself, this is all depressing enough, but Hutton also warns that a lack of banking reform means we face the real risk of another meltdown, at a time when the country's coffers are empty. Mary, Queen of Shops ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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 A statewide survey conducted by the Secretary of State’s office in early 2006 showed that nearly two-thirds of Indiana adults who owned financial investments had little or no knowledge about potential fraud schemes or the security of such investments. In an effort to combat this lack of investment education, Secretary of State Todd Rokita created Indiana Investment Watch to increase financial literacy in Hoosiers and to educate them about the various types of securities fraud. The program is not funded by taxpayers, but rather by the money collected from settlements in securities fraud cases. Indiana Investment Watch has ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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I am having a baby soon so I want to start saving up money for his college, money for a house and just extra emergency money. What would be the best way to do this? I don't want alot of restrictions, I just want to be able to throw money in, and let it grow. There are currently no comments for this question. * You must be logged into Answers to add comments. Sign in or Register . There are very little investment choices. The main problems are inflation and taxes. This leaves stocks (and stock options) and commodities (resource contracts such as gold, oil and foreign money) as the two types of investments that are not ...
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We have purchased a lot less video games and CD/DVDs the last few years, but they have been replaced and then some with cell phone service and apps. I don't think my kids are as much into brand name clothes and shoes as I was when I was a teenager which I am sure saves money. They don't watch as much TV or sit in front of a computer so I have not had to buy those for their rooms. posted 6 days ago Unfortunately, as a financial planner, I don't always see enough reduction of spending on kids. Parents seem reluctant to say no or reduce after school activities/camps when times get tough. This is sometimes made ...