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Archive for March, 2009


Home Builders in the United States Housing Market as the Recession Lifts

The United States housing market has perhaps bottomed out as the recession shows signs of being on the mend. Although United States housing prices are still down substantially from last year they are not dropping month by month. This may be a good time to look at the large home builders. Some of the larger […]

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Shipping the Economic Recovery

It is interesting reading the web sites touting shipping profits in early 2008 before the recession hit home. Now major carriers are consolidating routes and considering rounding South America to avoid paying Panama Canal Tolls. One of the industries that will rebound when the recession lifts is shipping. Who will be there to reap the […]

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How Much Cash to Keep as Cash

The United States government will need to borrow around $2.5 Trillion in 2009. A valid concern has been whether anyone would want to buy US treasury notes. The recent auction of $32 Billion in three year notes implies that investors are planning on keeping their money in short term cash instruments. Are these folks anticipating […]

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Investing in Solar Energy

According to the Solar Energy Industries Website solar energy power generation capacity grew by 17% in the United States in 2008. Photo cell, photovoltaic, capacity grew by 44%. Solar energy production is a very small portion of national power production with lots of room to grow. Solar energy has been growing well on its own […]

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