Steve Faber presents Credit Counseling – Non Profit Isn’t Free – 6 Questions You Should a Ask a Credit Counseling Service posted at DebtBlog.
Thomas Ott presents Small Cap Value Pick – ChipMOS Technologies (IMOS) posted at Digital Breakfast – Creating Wealth Everyday, saying, “I went long 200 shares of IMOS because in my opinion the technical and fundamental data seemed to point to it being undervalued. So far I’ve been right.”
Faron Benoit presents 2007 Will Be Big For Precious Metals posted at ResourceBoom, saying, “I believe that 2007 is going to be a tremendous year for precious metals and stocks associated with precious metals….”
Rich presents Will they or won’t they? posted at Queercents, saying, “The Federal Reserve Bank met for their final session of 2006, deciding whether to keep interest rates the same, or start lowering them. So what does this mean for us?”
TMT presents Invest Like A Casino Owner? posted at The Money Tortoise, saying, “Using the analogy of a casino owner to illustrate need to stay the course with stocks even when short term volatility has you scared.”
David presents Ten Good Reasons for Owning a Home posted at Worldwide Success, saying, “Home ownership is an intrinsic part of the American dream. It is great to be able to walk through the front door and know you are stepping into a house of your own, instead of paying rent to someone else. Owning a house is a reason to be proud, but it is also a great financial move. Your home is probably one of the largest investments you will hold, and over time, it should reward you abundantly.”
Craig S. Higdon presents Commercial Real Estate: How You Win Even If You Lose posted at Investment Property Insider.
Cody McKibben presents 6 Simple Financial Tricks For College Students (Or Anyone For That Matter!) posted at Time For Some Thrilling Heroics, saying, “It’s not easy being a student. Paying for tuition and books, rent, and the occasional entertainment, even if you are working, can be quite a challenge. But good news is here: you can build the skills to become wealthy while you are still a poor college student! Here are six good tips I’ve learned…”
Laura Young presents Has Your Identity Been Stolen? Make Sure You Check! posted at Dragon Slayer, saying, “It happened to me. It happened to my 87 year old mother-on-law. It can happen to you. Here are some things you should know.”
blogginginvestor presents Business and trademarks posted at Mutual Funds, Insurance and other Investments, saying, “This blog explains generic trademarks with examples and why they are bad for any brand.”
Tom Hanna presents The Week Ahead: Your Financial Roadmap for December 18 to December 22, 2006 posted at Financial Options, saying, “With many investors and policymakers still looking to the housing market’s potential effect on the overall economy, the big news this week will be the Housing Market Index from the National Association of Homebuilders, a gauge of builder confidence which has been moving slightly upward, and housing starts from the Commerce Department. Petroleum inventories have been trending downward and OPEC just announced further production cuts to take effect in February. Though OPEC’s long term market power is not what it was in the 1970s, the groups attempts to keep average prices above $30/barrel contributed to the record oil prices of the last year. Now that the group has adopted a $60 price floor target, there’s an added upward bias to prices in the volatile futures markets. In this environment, the US petroleum data summary on Wednesday will bear closer watching than ever even for industries not directly tied to oil.”
Will Chen presents Best and worst decisions with a financial imapct for 2006 posted at Wisebread, saying, “Sarah Winfrey of WiseBread shares her best and worst financial decisions of 2006.”
savingadvice presents So You Want to Be Rich? Here’s The Secret posted at Personal Finance Advice, saying, “How do you become wealthy? The answer is simple and you already know it. The question is will you do what you know?”
Jimmy Atkinson presents Top 25 Web 2.0 Apps for Money, Finance, and Investment posted at Ask the Advisor.
Paul presents Increasing your hourly rate in order to get rich posted at Paul, saying, “When it comes to making more money, a lot of people think about working harder or working more. They equate the amount of money you get out with the amount of effort you put in. But this isn’t really the case.”
Barbra Sundquist presents Top 5 Food Business Trends for 2007: These Will Set Your Mind Buzzing and Your Mouth Watering posted at HomeBusinessWiz.
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