Government Fiscal Responsibility

David Walker our nation’s top “accountant,” the Controller General of the United States, gives an alarming prognostication of the economic peril of our country – he uses the “b” word – that’s right, Bankruptcy. Listen to David Walker and some of his concerns on this You Tube Video After hearing Walker’s blunt assessment of our…

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What People Don’t Know About the Power of Wealth Preservation continued…

What if there were a better way? What if rather than being left to panic when the market goes south, you could know that you are earning at least a 1, 2, or 3 percent guaranteed rate on your money when the market goes down — this way you don’t lose? And then when the…

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What People Don’t Know about the Power of Wealth Preservation

Having trouble sleeping these days? You’re not alone. The week of October 6 – 10 proved to be one of the worst downturns in the stock market in American history. The following Monday, October 13, the market bounced back, realizing a more than 11 percent increase in one single day! What volatile times we live…

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Shift your Focus during Troubling Times

While observing the recent turmoil in the financial markets, watching the political debates, and seeing unrest around the world, it has been interesting to see how Americans — and the entire world community — react. I have had several radio interviews during the past few weeks in which the interviewers always wanted to know my…

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Lessons in Liquidity from AIG’s “Subprime” Struggles

Sparked by AIG’s financial woes, it’s an understatement to say the financial marketplace has been rather upset the last few days. And while the company’s troubles are serious and we all hope for a sound recovery, AIG’s experiences are something we can all learn from. It is apparent the problems at AIG were created because…

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