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Ten Investment Risk Minimizers

Ten Investment Risk Minimizers
Most investment errors are caused by misconceptions about securities and invalid performance expectations... markets are totally unpredictable, but they do have consistent cyclical patterns

Social Security: Changes in Store for 2016

Social Security: Changes in Store for 2016
Chances are good that the Social Security you experience in retirement won’t be anything like the one your grandparents depended upon for income security.

Inspired by Clarence Darrow

Inspired by Clarence Darrow
Long ago, Clarence Darrow gained a great deal of fame as an accomplished lawyer. Obtaining a reputation for a sharp legal mind, he was respected by many in the legal community.

Six Questions with economist Dean Baker

Six Questions with economist Dean Baker
Dean Baker is an economist and the co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research based in Washington, D.C. He is the author of several books including his latest entitled, “Getting

Litigation Financing

Litigation Financing
Creating a Niche for Funding Contingent Fee Attorneys. Building a case is expensive – and in some situations it can take years before attorneys working on contingency receive their fees.

What you think you know about Social Security

What you think you know about Social Security
Americans may have faith in the Social Security system, but many still don’t really understand how it works. That’s a key take-away from a recent survey of Americans’ knowledge of Social

Taxation Drains Profit from Legalized Marijuana

Taxation Drains Profit from Legalized Marijuana
But state budgets struggling to make ends meet welcomes the tax on tokers. There could be a lot of dough to be made selling pot now that it is legal in several states.

Is Spain’s Economy on an Upswing?

Is Spain’s Economy on an Upswing?
Economic Bright Spot in Otherwise Troubling News. John W. Snow, former U.S. Treasury Secretary and chairman of Capital Management Group, noted that Spain has finally climbed out of

Europe: Economic Crisis Equals Painful Choices

Europe: Economic Crisis Equals Painful Choices
We’ve all heard of the butterfly effect – the metaphorical example of chaos theory that says the fluttering of a butterfly’s wings can cause a hurricane halfway around the world.

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