Monthly Archives: September 2008

Decisions, Decisions – What’s Next?

The financial markets are still in the bad shape. It looks like the government wants to save them and their solution is to use taxpayer money. The experts are saying that they are trying to do the same thing as … Continue reading

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Bailout?

So, the government of the U. S. A. is going to save the financial market with the taxpayer’s money. Hmm, what does that mean to the average underearner?  Is the government going to save the underearner?  The underearner might think … Continue reading

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What we can learn from the problems on Wall Street

The problems on Wall Street seem to keep coming and more investment banks are in trouble.  I am not on Wall Street and I am not in any way a financial person working with any of them.  So what can … Continue reading

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It all depends how you look at it

The news today was full of stories about what was happening on the financial markets.  These things will affect the global market, which it actually did in Europe today before the U. S. markets opened (there was a holiday in … Continue reading

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