November Edition of the Best of the Financial and Investing World
Welcome to the November 2009 edition of Best of the Financial and Investing World.
SpendOnLife.com presents Credit Report for Richest and Poorest Neighborhoods in America posted at SpendOnLife.
Faizal Nisar presents Top Places to Build Wealth posted at Be Truly Happy, saying, “First step to making money is to find out where the money is at. This guide provides a lot of resources to help you on your journey to building wealth.”
lifestyles presents How to Make an Offer on Single Family Investment Real Estate posted at Lifestyles Unlimited Real Estate Investing and Mentoring, saying, “Brian Lee tells How to Make an Offer on Single Family Investment Real Estate”
Bill Spohnholtz presents How To Buy Stocks posted at Learn The Stock Market And How to Trade, saying, “There is more to stock buying then hitting the Submit button. Learn to break down the buying processs into small enough chunks to handle.”
Retirement Savior presents Stocks Versus Bonds – Defining your Long Run posted at Retirement Savior, saying, “Of course you’re supposed to invest for the long run. But remember that over a 30-40 year career, investment returns may not be enough to live on, so save more than you’ll need.”
Taylor Boyle presents The Outlook Beyond “The Great Recovery” posted at The View from the Blue Ridge, saying, “This is a article about the Macro Economic which should pervade into the first half of 2010. Investors should begin any investment strategy with a clear view of the big picture, which this article sums up nicely.”
Taylor Boyle presents A gold mine is a hole in the ground with a liar on top posted at The View from the Blue Ridge, saying, “This is an article about the bright prospects of gold as a hedge against inflation, deflation, and the debasing of the US Dollar. The author presents a strong case for the beginning of a long lasting bull market in gold.”
Zach Scheidt presents Verisk Analytics – A Successful IPO posted at ZachStocks, saying, “Verisk Analytics (VRSK) is trading higher after the IPO earlier this month. Insurance companies were able to raise $1.8 billion in capital, and investors are expecting the risk analytics and decision support company to post strong growth”
Julia Kingston presents A Matter of Trust posted at Gray Matters, saying, “A number of countries don’t allow foreign people (including foreign business entities) to own land in certain areas. The most well known of these countries is Mexico, but I have recently come across a similar situation in Canada, and know of cases in Great Britain.”
CreditCardAssist presents Is It the End of the Credit Card Era? posted at Credit Card Assist, saying, “Post that describes the downward trend of credit card use resulting from high unemployment and plummeting home values.”
Joe Manausa, MBA presents How To Avoid Foreclosure posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “The simplest option when faced with a foreclosure is to bring the loan current. Send the amount of money the bank requires to make the loan resume to current status. Pretty simple huh? I should have thought about that a long time ago… just make the payment… The fact is, most loans that are in foreclosure are due to families facing financial hardships that did not exist when the loan was made. They do not know how to “bring it current,” so they need other advice, and you might be surprised with the options they have.”
SpendOnLife.com presents Unconditional Love & Identity Theft – Would You Put Your Parent in Prison? posted at SpendOnLife.
Banker Saver presents Sneaky Bank Fees: How To Avoid Those Extra Charges posted at Banker Saver.
CreditCardAssist presents Consumers Remain Cautious About Spending During Holidays posted at Credit Card Assist, saying, “Despite positive signs in the stock market and overall economy, consumers are very cautious about holiday spending this year and will continue to pair back their credit card use now and in the future.”
Bill Spohnholtz presents More Than A Debt Problem posted at Learn The Stock Market And How to Trade, saying, “Debt has overrun most areas of our country. If we don’t pay attention it’s going to impact every part of your personal life. Find out the real stability of our federal programs, how they impact you, your children and your business.”
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