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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Bank of America Customers – Time to Move Your Money!
Have a checking account with Bank of America (or any account for that matter)? Then it is time to move your money. I touched on this topic a few weeks ago (here), but it is worth repeating: banks are charging … Continue reading
US Market Futures in the Tank
Look out below! Major US Indexes down over 2% ahead of the opening bell.
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Banks Charge for Deposits – Part 2
Back in August, we discussed the fact that some banks were beginning to charge fees on your hard earned cash. Now, Citigroup is getting in on the act, and it isn’t just for the big boys. It seems that the … Continue reading
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September Investing Commentary via Investing for Cashflow Blog
As if this ride hasn’t been wild enough already…could be an even wilder week. Two large coupon payments are due on some Greek bonds (2037 @ 4.5% and the 4.6% of 2040 @ 4.6%) for a total payment of 769 … Continue reading
Bad News for Beta – Stock Correlations Soar
From the desk of Tyler Durden over at Zero Hedge: …look at the correlations between the 10 industry sectors of the S&P 500. At 97.2% average correlation, U.S. stocks are moving in lock step to a degree we haven’t seen … Continue reading
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Are You Paid for Being Productive?
Are you paid for being productive? With all the focus on “productivity” these days, one would think that being more productive would be recognized by employers and rewarded. The answer – not so much… Hat Tip to B. Ritholtz Click … Continue reading