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a market newsletter providing specific forecasts and recommendations on gold, stocks, interest rates and the other major markets. Mary Anne and Pamela are sisters and have lived in Costa Rica since 1974. They have authored dozens of reports and articles and have spoken at investment seminars around the world. Their work has been featured in newspapers all over the world, including The Wall Street Journal and The London Financial Times . Chris Castaldo, Stock Traders Press Stock Traders Press makes about 12 fundamental stock selections each year. Reports are published each Tuesday/ Thursday at 4PM EST. Other reports are published ...
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This book was a great read - I think tha's probably one of the benefits of reading a book on finances written by two English majors. Pros: - Helps you understand where to start in your personal world of finance. I especially enjoy the fact that there is an especially abhorrent attitude towards debt (i.e. - pay what you owe before you every try to put that money anywhere else). - These guys don't promise any fast cash, but employ a methodology that tends to scream, "slow and steady wins the race!" - The advice is sound, and there isn't any threatening terminology to find yourself lost in. - Like I said ... market research, surveys and trends
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Harris: We welcome now to our guest microphones Tom and Dave Gardner, who run the Motley Fool area on America Online and on the Worldwide Web, and wrote The Motley Fool Investment Guide and are now in the process of publishing a couple more books that will be out in early 1998 on just basic financial stuff. Welcome back, guys. It's good to see you again. Dave Gardner: Always good to see you, Paul. Harris: Let me ask you one basic question here and I'm going to put myself in the shoes of every person in the consumer press who knows nothing about the stock market and everybody else who thinks they want to know ... market research, surveys and trends


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Personal Finance-12 Ways to Get out of Credit Card Debt
Everybody with a credit card knows it's smart to pay what you owe at the end of every month - right? According to, an international credit card tracker, credit card debt is approximately $9000 per household for those carrying at least one credit card. Internet shopping increases the temptation to overspend, since cash or checks are rarely an option if you're online to shop. Holiday spending is a notoreous time when consumers rack up their credit card bills. According the, Americans racked ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


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This class is not for a career, I’m not a businessman or anything just looking to learn and gain more knowledge in the field(s). Thank you. Is it true the London financial times is less biased than the US financial times? Observing members: 0 Composing members: 0 Just a simple economics class should do. As far as books, I’d recommend Freakonomics. It may not make you rich, but it sure is interesting. Freakonomics was interesting but it will not help you make good stock investments, IMO. I think the best way to learn is by doing and by reading forums, but I look forward to others’ suggestions. I like the motley ...