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Why Forex Trading is Not So Risky Anymore

Why Forex Trading is Not So Risky Anymore

For most experienced investors who have been investing in the Forex market for some time now, they would perhaps envy the new breed of investors that use the Internet to make their moves in Forex trading. And why could this be a possibility? In earlier times, when the only person to help you with your […]

Choosing a Bad-Credit Credit Card

Choosing a Bad-Credit Credit Card

Bad-Credit credit card companies are where those with poor credit histories go to. It is not very surprising because almost anyone can get a car from these companies. The catch is the hidden costs. When choosing a bad-credit credit card, there are two main criteria to consider before anything else. 1. Do they report to […]

Getting a Debt Consolidation Loan

Getting a Debt Consolidation Loan

Debts have a habit of getting out of control if you don’t pay much attention to them. In the unfortunate event that you have to face a situation like this, a debt consolidation loan can be a convenient way out. Paying out several different bills every month can be a big hassle. This also leads […]

What is quantitative easing?

There is so much talk about a third round of quantitative easing or commonly known as QE3 in news media. What is quantitative easing? Quantitative easing is generated by the Federal Reserve or central bank of a country to ease the supply of money to stimulate a country’s economy when normal economic conditions and growth […]

Securitization of your mortgage

When we need a loan to buy a home, we go to our bank to initiate a loan. Since most of us do our banking locally, the obvious place for a loan is the bank. Many banks have branches in many states and therefore, they are called national banks. In addition to all other loans […]

Don’t let debt control your finance and your life

An average family has a credit card debt of $7,000 according to published reports. However, given the economic slump that the entire world is facing, personal debt is rising at a faster than normal rate. As a result, the U.S. consumer debt stands at more than a trillion dollars. Temptations are all around us. We […]

Your Messy Desk is Killing Your Productivity

A messy desk can kill your productivity for many reasons. Clutter is visually distracting and causes the brain to begin to feel overwhelmed by the extra stimuli. It also makes it difficult to focus on assignments. Lucy Lyle, the founder of Perch, an e-commerce company, says “Your desk says a lot about who you are […]

Tips on How to Control Finances when Purchasing a Home

Buying a home can be difficult. Simplify it by making financially smart decisions. Buying a home can be a tantalizing and emotionally draining experience if you are not fully prepared to take on the nuances of the entire process. Furthermore, because buyers are automatically intrigued with the property they love with such great furor, they […]

The History of Municipal Bonds

By Samuel Phineas Upham Throughout history, the practice of loaning money to governments has been integral to the development of society. Municipal bonds may not have had the structure they have today, but they pre-date most modern banking by several centuries. Some of the earliest examples of what we recognize as municipal bonds come from […]

Marriage brings new considerations for debt

Marriage brings new financial headaches and help for many especially if your new spouse has a load of debt. Your partner for life may get you into mountain of debt if you don’t take certain steps to your protect you. Good news is that if your spouse obtained these debts prior to your marriage, he […]

Phin Upham speaks about Investment in financial technology

By Phin Upham The hot topic at the recent Milken Institute Global Conference was the concept of financial technology, or FinTech. One of the major takeaways from the global financial crisis is the idea that the bottom portion of the American population is not being well served by financial institutions. How Big Banks Lost Touch […]