Welcome to the November 15, 2007 edition of twenty something finances.
Without further ado, the frills free oh my god my stock price dropped by 65% in one day edition!
Jorge H. presents >Powershares QQQ (Symbol: QQQQ) – Index and ETF posted at >My Adventures into The Street, saying, “The first in a series of index and ETFs most widely used by options traders. The first is the popular Powershares QQQ (Symbol: QQQQ)”
Ian Welsh presents >Bernanke Cuts Another Quarter posted at >The Agonist, saying, “What this means for you is simple enough: the prices of food, heating oil and transportation will keep going up. If you’re in an inflated housing market, expect the value of your main asset to drop. And expect inflation to break out from food and energy into a lot of consumer goods.”
poetloverrebelspy presents >Do Vacations Spoil Everyday Budgeters? posted at >Less Than a Shoestring, saying, “Our values travel with us when we travel: if you have accepted and practice strict budgeting measures at home, there is no reason why you can’t follow the same when on vacation.”
Logan Flatt, CFA presents >“Growth Investing” Nothing More Than Rank Speculation posted at >PowerWealth.com, saying, “Thanks to decades of promulgation by the financial services industry, it is now common for many people not unlike Mr. Authers to mistakenly use the terms â€œvalueâ€ and â€œgrowthâ€ to describe two contrasting styles of investing. However, there are not two styles of investing. Instead, there is investing and there is speculation.”
Jason Elder presents >Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – 5 Good Reasons To File Bankruptcy posted at >A Bankruptcy Lawyer’s Blog, saying, “Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a popular form of bankruptcy in the United States. For some, it is the last resort of those who have experienced a sudden job loss or a major medical issue that they had no control over. Through bankruptcy liquidation filed under this chapter the debtor can get a fresh financial start by receiving a discharge of all debts.”
Allen Taylor presents >Planning Retirement Stock – What You Need To Know To Make A Fortune With Your Investing posted at >Investing World Today, saying, “When it comes to planning retirement, stock is very important helping you achieve your retirement goals. The stock market is one of the main avenues of revenue for many investors today, and it can be a great source of revenue for you. Combined with real state, the stock market is probably one of the most famous investment vehicles there is today.”
Thomas Humes presents >Financial Freedom – Learn How to Always Be Ahead of the Game posted at >Wealth Building World, saying, “The following are my top tips and recommendation for anyone seeking to put an end to the rat race and achieve financial freedom.”
KCLau presents >Does Compound Interest Really Apply to Unit Trust Investment? posted at >KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “Unit trust is an easy means of obtaining a spread of investment. It is suitable for passive investor, who doesnâ€™t want to, or doesnâ€™t have extra time to invest their cash savings. For an investment capital to grow, we must not underestimate the power of compound interest – what Einstein calls the â€œ8th wonder of the world.â€”
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