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Own A Home?

Sponsored Content If you own a home, you may be entitled to an extra $4,264 per year.   In the depths of the housing crisis, the government created a mortgage stimulus program to help the middle-class Americans reduce their monthly mortgage payments by up to $4,264 each year. Unfortunately this program is set to expire … Continue reading

Back Pain Sufferer?

Sponsored Content Watch the breakthrough story of how one woman saved herself from risky back surgery and stopped years of chronic back pain with one surprising stretch.   When she was 12 years old a horrific accident nearly ended her life. Recovery was tough and the resulting back pain was excruciating. And the pain continued … Continue reading

Conference and Event Management

Here are a few of the top companies in the conference and event management space. If your budget allows, employing one of these companies could make your life much easier. But if you are on a limited budget you might want to see my event management checklist or read my event management software review. These … Continue reading

Heartburn During Pregnancy: Precisely What You May Do To Relieve It

Heartburn is often a extremely frequent issue in the course of pregnancy. Over half of all pregnant women may experience it at some point in the course of their pregnancy. It gets specially difficult in the course of the third trimester when the child is developing swiftly and applying a great deal of stress upon … Continue reading

Foreclosure Investing: The Basics

Before you get involved in foreclosure investing you need to get a firm grasp of the fundamentals. These fundamentals consist of a basic understanding of what is a foreclosure and what the terminology surrounding the foreclosure process means. First, what is a foreclosure? A foreclosure is what happens when a borrower fails to live up … Continue reading

Awaken the Giant Within: A Few Thoughts

We all have dreams, but few of us manage to turn those dreams into reality. Why do we have our sights set so high, yet fall short so often? Is there a better way to achieve the goals that we have set for ourselves? In Awaken the Giant Within, Tony Robbins gives us concrete techniques … Continue reading

Seo Tips For Online Businesses

For many online businesses, the primary source of customers is either organic or paid search engine traffic. Increasing paid search engine traffic is easy, just increase your ad budget and buy more pay per click ads. Increasing organic search engine traffic is much harder. But the good news is that there are only two factors … Continue reading

A Few Cool Musical Instruments To Learn

Music touches our souls like no other thing in the world. It can be very uplifting and inspiring or it can also be very dark or contemplative. One of the coolest ways to express yourself is through music. You can use your voice or you can also learn an instrument. Here are a few cool … Continue reading

Ways To Market Your Online Business

So you’ve started your online business, but sales are a little slow. What can you to do fix this? The key to boosting your sales is marketing. Here are a few ideas to market your website in order to increase your sales. Print business cards with your website address on them. Give them to everyone … Continue reading

Healthy Hobbies For Your Whole Family

With the rise of the TV and the Xbox, it seems that families are becoming more out of shape and less healthy. I think that they key is to find healthy hobbies that your whole family will love. Here are a few of my ideas for hobbies that will contribute to your family’s health and … Continue reading

Health and Music: How They Are Related

Health is intimately connected with music. The right music can reduce stress and lower blood pressure, while the wrong music can elevate stress, increase blood pressure and cause many stress related conditions. In addition, extremely loud music can cause hearing loss, which is another huge health issue. Soft classical music with a tempo of 60 … Continue reading

Fun Family Hobbies That Everyone Will Love

Everyone knows that the family that plays together, stays together. So what are some fun family hobbies that everyone can enjoy? Here are a few hobby ideas that your whole family will love. Reading seems like a very individual activity, but it can also be done as a family. If you have young children, get … Continue reading

How To Borrow Money Without Even Trying

How To Borrow Money Without Even Trying Portugal has to sell more debt. Some were afraid that not enough people would show up to the auction. But fear not, Japan a country with more debt to GDP than Portugal, says it will step up to the plate. What happens when people realize that Japan is … Continue reading

How Trader Mark Made The Transition From Blogger To Fund Manager

How Trader Mark Made The Transition From Blogger To Fund Manager Trader Mark talks about how he got started. The Reformed Broker’s Rough Year 2010 was tough for him, but 2011 is looking much brighter. Hussman: Playing Defense Hurts When The Market Is Rising, But… “It’s useful to remember that a typical bear market wipes … Continue reading

Housing Prices: Why The Worst Is Yet To Come

“A business absolutely devoted to service will have only one worry about profits. They will be embarrassingly large.” – Henry Ford Groupon: Party Like Its 1999 Groupon’s attempt to raise $950M could be the largest fund raising ever for a startup. It looks like the level of giddiness is back to what we’ve seen in … Continue reading

Hugh Hendry: Latest Letter

Hugh Hendry: Latest Letter Hendry’s latest letter, where he is at is contrarian best.

The End Of Global Liquefication Is Nigh

The End Of Global Liquefication Is Nigh At least according to John Taylor and this is what he says to do about it.

The Great Head Fake

Rosenberg’s Reasons For Caution In 2011 Not one analyst in Barron’s round table is bearish. Sentiment is back up to a 2007 high, which occurred just before the market peaked. The S&P 500 dividend yield is a paltry 2%. The shiller pe is 22.7, coming out of a credit collapse like we just experienced it … Continue reading

Mish: Top Ten Themes For 2010

Mish Top Ten Themes For 2010 If you’ve been following Mish, most of these should be familiar to you. The one theme that he hasn’t touched on much recently is a bubble bursting in Australian and Canadian housing. He dubs 2011 as the year that something matters. Ten Reasons Why Ritholz Is Thinking About Japan … Continue reading

David Rosenberg: Things To Worry About In 2011

David Rosenberg: Things To Worry About In 2011 Irish election in January. Spain and Portugal refinancings. US debt ceiling in March. June end of QE2 and increase in the number of hawks in the FOMC. Citigroup Anticipates 20% Decline in 2011 What’s going on? Did someone replace their bullish strategists with bearish clones? They think … Continue reading