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Tutorials Ponzimonium After Bernard Madoff's $65 billion Ponzi scheme was revealed, many new (smaller-scale) Ponzi schemers became exposed. Ponzimonium ... Quarterly Earnings Report A quarterly filing made by public companies to report their performance. Included in earnings reports are items such as net ... Dark Pool Liquidity The trading volume created by institutional orders that are unavailable to the public.

Personal Finance Blog This is just a quick followup to my recent post about Bank of America’s mobile check deposit service. As I noted in that post, I deposited checks to both Bank of America and ING Direct on Sunday evening. As they always do, I received an e-mail confirming receipt of the deposit by ING Direct almost immediately. The Right Job Interview Dress Code When selecting the appropriate job interview dress you need to know if the company culture is corporate and conservative or more modern and relaxed. In other words, you need to find out the appropriate dress code before your interview. To be dressed overly conservatively can be as damaging as being dressed too informally.

23 Tools and Resources to Create Images for Social Media Update – we launched Pablo a new tool to create beautiful images for your social media posts in under 30 seconds You can use Pablo right from the get-go, no need to login or create an account. Just quickly create amazing images super fast. You can try out the first version of Pablo right now – no login required. Just head to and give it a try! Multiply by 25 and 4 Percent Retirement Rules of Thumb How much money will you need in retirement? Two popular rules of thumb outline the answer. The "Multiply by 25" rule and the "4 Percent" rule are often confused with one another, but they contain a critical difference: one guides how much you should save, while the other estimates how much you can safely withdraw. Multiply By 25 Rule

Our Free Online Investment Stock Portfolio Tracking Spreadsheet What is this Stock Portfolio Tracker in a Nutshell? The stock portfolio tracker is a FREE Google Spreadsheet hosted at Google that can do the following: Track your stocks, shares or bonds by transactions You can enter Buy, Sell, Stock Splits, Rights Issues (or Cash Calls), Cash Dividends, Stock Dividends, Gift StocksShow you each of your asset (stocks, bonds) realized returns, unrealized returns, cash dividends receivedAUTOMATICALLY UPDATES STOCK PRICES. Summary Summarized (with care and dedication) by editor Clare Moss with Laurence Toltz to introduce people to the nine-step program in Your Money or Your Life.It is based on the original book so How this book came about This book is not based on theory, good ideas or a new philosophy.

Why Business IT Innovation is so Difficult Harvard Business School professor Kristina Steffenson McElheran studies the effect of information technology on business process innovation. It's a topic, she is sometimes told, that is, well, less than exciting. "I've had people say to me that studying IT use is like studying plumbing—every firm has it, so why is it interesting?" she says. "I think it's pretty sexy plumbing." Stock Series Dear Jim, Thank you for all the time you have dedicated to this blog and spreading this knowledge! I know it will save me quite a bit of time in my future… I am a very appreciative potential success story from your formula. I am at the very beginning of my journey having only come across your blog in April. This is a lengthy self-serving comment as it is helping me reflect on the last couple of months! I came here from GoCrackerCurry’s blog which I found out about in a Facebook post less than two months ago.

About Ramit I recently got a fascinating email from one of my readers. I had emailed my email list, asking “What’s something you CLAIM is important...but you don’t do?” She wrote back, “I keep saying I want to run 3x/week, but I can never seem to do it.” I replied: “Why not start once a week?” What is Muda? « Eliminate The Muda!Eliminate The Muda! The concept of Muda [mōōda] and its elimination is one of the core principles integral to Getting Rich Living Lean. The core principles of a getting rich living lean and its cousin Lean Management have been in existence for decades, mostly in the form of a philosophy of business management and made famous by a book called The Machine That Changed the World by James P. Womack, Daniel T. Jones and Daniel Roos.

Portrait of an INTJ As an INTJ, your primary mode of living is focused internally, where you take things in primarily via your intuition. Your secondary mode is external, where you deal with things rationally and logically. INTJs live in the world of ideas and strategic planning. Money, Finance and Fancy: The Carnival of Personal Finance #132, Whimsical Christmas Edition I wasn’t sure what the turnout was going to be for the Carnival of Personal Finance on the Eve of Christmas, but it looks like we’re celebrating as big a party as any you would expect from our financial online community! I enjoyed so many of these articles, and I found that I had to do less filtering than I did the first time I hosted. I also came across many “new faces” (new blogs) on this list and am eager to have you encounter them here. This time around, I would like to give this carnival a “whimsical” flavor through the work and art of a woman I admire and whose Christmas ornaments I’ve collected and treasured in recent years. Her name is Patience Brewster.

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