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Mark Cuban’s Solutions to Fix the Stock Market
Wed, 05/12/10 | 7 Comments
Mark Cuban’s Solutions to Fix the Stock Market

Kelly, a 20somethingfinance reader, passed along a blog post from Mark Cuban the other day that takes a different approach to basically saying the same thing I said in my post about the May 6 …

Ally Bank Raise Your Rate CD: Insurance Against Rising Interest Rates
Sun, 05/9/10 | 6 Comments
Ally Bank Raise Your Rate CD: Insurance Against Rising Interest Rates

The likelihood of interest rates for bank deposits increasing from the historical lows that they are at now is pretty high. I personally have been sitting on the sideline with cash, or investing in lower …

Stock Market Crash of May 6 2010 Highlights a Broken Market
Thu, 05/6/10 | 19 Comments
Stock Market Crash of May 6 2010 Highlights a Broken Market

There are days that question any remaining faith that you have in stock market investing. May 6, 2010 (today for those keeping score) is one of those days. Two odd happenings occurred on ‘the Street’ …

8 Personal Finance Spring Cleaning Ninja Moves
Mon, 04/12/10 | 10 Comments
8 Personal Finance Spring Cleaning Ninja Moves

Ahh…. Spring is in the air. Birds chirping, children frollicking in the park, opening day baseball, tax returns, my dog shedding clumps of hair, non-stop rain, sinus allergies…..focus, G.E., back to the positives…. flowers, ice …

How to Use a Trailing Stop-Loss Order to Preserve your Market Gains
Sun, 03/21/10 | 7 Comments
How to Use a Trailing Stop-Loss Order to Preserve your Market Gains

What is a Trailing Stop Loss Order?
A trailing stop-loss order sounds like complex investing strategies, however, it is fairly simple to understand when you take a minute to learn what each part of it means. …

My Battle with ETrade Over a $25 Fee on a No-Fee IRA
Sun, 03/29/09 | 10 Comments
My Battle with ETrade Over a $25 Fee on a No-Fee IRA

ETrade Paper Statement Fee Strikes!
Back in 2005, I started a Roth IRA with ETrade because they offered a ‘no-fee IRA’ and they had a reputable name. They were my first online broker account. All stock …


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