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Archive for April, 2012


Less Available Credit from European Banks

As self-imposed austerity measures drive the Euro Zone back into recession, economies across the world worry about less available credit from European banks. As the Euro Zone increases its lending limit again the EU is focusing on keeping its own economies afloat. However, the big Euro Zone banks have traditionally had customers all across the […]

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Hedge Interest Rate Risk with a Bond Ladder

Is it time to hedge interest rate risk with a bond ladder? We are living in a period of historically low interest rates. The United States Federal Reserve has been buy US treasuries and thereby driving down interest rates. They are doing this to help promote investment in increased employment. They are succeeding to a […]

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Weak Chinese Manufacturing Report

A weak Chinese manufacturing report helped drive stocks lower recently. Although the problem of decreased industrial output may be in China much of the cause lies in Europe. As the Euro Zone increases it lending limit again, it has become apparent that the European debt crisis is far from over. The Euro zone put in […]

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Investment in Sustainable Fracking Technology

The United States is in the midst of an oil and natural gas boom. A new technology called hydraulic fracturing, fracking for short, is making that possible. The government has only recently tightened regulations meant to reduce air pollution that occurs in the last stages of drilling an oil or gas well. This investment in […]

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Marriott Invests in Latin America

As the Latin American middle class grows it travels and stays in hotels. Meanwhile Marriott invests in Latin America. According to a recent press release from the US based global hotel operator, Marriott, MAR, will double its number of rooms in Latin American and the Caribbean over the next five years. This will mean seventy […]

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Profit From the End of ObamaCare

With the United States Supreme Court ready to strike down the Affordable Care Act investors may wish to think of ways to profit from the end of Obamacare. Much of the talk these days centers on the constitutionality of provisions in Obamacare. However, many insurance companies have invested and are investing heavily to profit from […]

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A Guide to Long Term Bond ETFs

In times of economic difficulty, it isn`t always easy to make a profit from investments. Exchange Traded Funds, or ETFs as they are more commonly known, are a popular option because of their similarity to stocks, but with tax advantages and a comparatively low cost. As with any type of investment, it pays to do […]

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AOL Sells Its Patents to Microsoft

The high tech patent game continues as AOL sells its patents to Microsoft (MSFT) for $1.1 Billion. This all started when Google (GOOG) developed its Android application. Competitors complained that Android programming “borrowed” from existing and previously patented technology. Google’s response was to buy outright Motorola’s cellphone business. The Google purchase of Motorola made sense […]

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Long Term Euro Zone Investment Outlook

The Euro Zone may or may not be digging itself out of its sovereign debt crisis. What is the long term Euro Zone investment outlook? And, what factors besides sovereign debt will affect the long term Euro Zone investment outlook? With thoughts about the best places on earth to invest in mind we would like […]

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Euro Zone Increases Its Lending Limit Again

Investors are concerned as the Euro Zone increases its lending limit again. The first concern is that there needs to be an increased lending limit. The second is that the extra €200 billion will not be enough to stop the Euro Zone from sliding back into financial chaos. A third concern is that as the […]

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