Archive for April 2014

The Fed Will Likely Repeat Last Month’s Verdict

The Fed will be finishing their meeting today, as the government issues a number of reports on the economy and indications of our economy’s health. These reports range from manufacturing growth, consumer spending, home prices, to job gains, just to name a few. As the Federal Reserve chairwoman, Janet Yellen, stated in her first weeks,…

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U.S. Most Overvalued Stock Market?

A recent survey released by Merrill Lynch, showed that two-thirds of global fund managers believe the US stock market is the most overvalued in the world. So, what does this mean and why does this matter?  In the stock market world, if something is considered to be overvalued there’s a high likelihood it may experience…

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Staying Informed – One website that says a whole lot…

Information is power but the application of information is what really makes it powerful. With the enormous amount of information out there, here is one site that says a whole lot about our current situation: U.S. Debt Clock (http://www.usdebtclock.org/) The U.S. Debt clock is provided to inform the public on our countries current financial situation.…

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