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Put Down That Brand

Grocery shopping

Did your nose crinkle a bit in disgust when you read the title of this article? Mine did but I think that’s a family trait I inherited from my Godmother.  Thanks Aunt Jeanie. Moving on… But seriously the thought of store brand, generic foods from the grocery store does not make anyone lick their lips […]

What a Strange September It’s Been

Gold Bars

Closing in on $1,300 Gold prices are at new highs. Last week’s bump pushed the price of our favorite metal close to the $1,300 level. Gold and silver have outperformed nearly every asset class this past year. Yet, in the grand scheme of things, maybe 5% of investors have gold in their portfolios. If gold […]

How Commodity Fortunes Are Made Today!

Stock Chart

I think you’ll be surprised with the business opportunity I have for you this week. This business has made a lot of people very wealthy. But, there are plenty of opportunities for entrepreneurs looking to make a little extra cash “on the side” too. Contrary to what your uncle or brother-in-law may have said, you […]

Don’t Pay This Just Yet

Mortgage Paid

When Do You NOT Pay Off Your Mortgage Early? My husband and I were driving home from dinner out with friends two nights ago when our discussion turned to the topic of money.  I’ve mentioned that recently our family moved to a new house and our money discussion centered on paying down the mortgage early. […]

A Funny Thing Happened

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Poll Booth… The much-maligned Tea-Party movement is threatening to send the two-party system into chaos. There is a strong possibility that the Republican Party will be torn apart by this new movement. While Republican by political designation, the Tea Partiers are a different crowd. They represent […]

The Library of Products

e-book

A Surprisingly Simple Business Almost Anyone Can Do “On the Side” 6:14 AM Dear Entrepreneur: T.G., wanted to know if the business I talked about recently was truly “legitimate”, or just “a bunch of hype”. He said it seemed too good to be true. I said, “Not only is this a legitimate business – you […]

Tax Shelters for Everyone

Give Me Shelter What do Helio Castroneves, Joe Francis, Nicholas Cage and Annie Liebovitz have in common? All of them had run-ins with the IRS last year for failing to pay the correct amount of taxes. Out of all of those celebrities Helio seemed to be the worst off. Castroneves was accused of hiding millions […]

Turning On A Dime

Dime

As I write this the S&P has rallied by almost 6% in just a few trading days. Get used to it. In an environment of uncertainty rallies and plunges are the norm. Two weeks ago things could not get much worse as far as investor sentiment was concerned. I wrote to you about several of […]

Own a Bank

Now You Can Play the Money Game Along with Fat Cat Bankers! 7:44 AM Dear Entrepreneur: I stumbled on to a business opportunity which is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. You’re going to like this one! On top of that, now you’ll have an opportunity to play along with “fat cat bankers”. Granted, I’m […]

Don’t Pay More Than You Have To!

Sales Tax

If you live in or very near Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire or Oregon I am jealous of you. You have the luxury of not having to pay sales tax on anything you buy. With everyday purchases it can often go unnoticed. Though with your big purchases its staring right back in front of you. […]

Rally? What Rally?

The last quarter ended with a whimper. Stock indices had their worst quarter in four years and the worst August since 2001. Despite the rally last week where we saw the indices tack on 2.5% in one day, it’s been a miserable year for stocks. Gold on the other hand is approaching news lifetime highs […]

League of Power – Weekend Blueprint

Japanese Nikkei

How Can I Determine if a Potential Investment is Overpriced? Question: I’m not a savvy investor by any means. But I haven’t lost a fortune chasing hot stocks, real estate or other investments either. Over the past four years my investments (stocks, REITs and CDs) have broke even, over ten years I’m up about 9%. […]

How Much Is Too Much…

Do Not Duplicate Ever wonder where insurance came from? It seems it’s always been around. The roots can be traced back to Babylonian times, around 2100 B.C. The Code of Hammurabi was the first insurance policy. It was paid by the traders in the form of a loan to guard against the perils of transportation […]

 
 
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