Posted by Guest April 23, 2013

Why Despite Debt Downgrade the US Stocks Have Appealed the Economy?

Celina Jones is a skilled economist with years of experience. Working with the government has given her sufficient exposure to the current economic problems. For any other debt related issues, the info at www.consolidatedcredit.org gives great insight into what makes a great debt management program. The debt burden is a global problem nowadays. Most countries Continue reading →

Posted by Guest April 17, 2013

Record Gold Sale At The U.S. Mint

By: Kenneth Schortgen Jr. On April 17, the U.S. Mint reported a record 63500 ounces of gold being sold to the public in one day, despite central banks driving down the paper spot price by over 9% in the past week. This record one day sale brings total Mint sales for April to 140000 ounces, Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 29, 2013

Exploring your Investing Options with a Variable Life Insurance Policy

Exploring your Investing Options with a Variable Life Insurance Policy

This is a guest post from Ori Tal. Ori writes for the financial blog LifeInsuranceQuotes.net which is a blog that explores personal finances. Many adults have two primary financial needs: provide protection for their family with life insurance and investing beyond what they are able to contribute to their plans. Thanks to its income tax Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 19, 2013

Wounded Warrior Project

Wounded Warrior Project

This is a guest post by Marvin posted originally on his blog Brick by Brick Investing on March 13, 2013         “Every good act is charity. A man’s true wealth hereafter is the good that he does in this world to his fellows.” – Moliere As many of you know but some Continue reading →

Posted by Guest March 04, 2013

Strategies to manage your money and reduce monthly outgoings

Strategies to manage your money and reduce monthly outgoings

This is a guest post by Julie Cheung. Julie is a freelance online marketer with a keen interest in business, investment and finance. She can be contacted via Twitter at @juliecheung or on LinkedIn. Wouldn’t it be great if you could put a bit of cash aside every month to save for a rainy day? Continue reading →