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The Truth about Reverse Mortgages
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by Mark Skousen
TV commercials for reverse mortgages often employ enthusiastic, big-name celebrities to help sell the product. Beneath all the hype however, there are several weaknesses to reverse mortgages that warrant careful consideration. Learn about the pros and cons by reading more....
 
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by Paul Dykewicz
Overall investor sentiment about the Fed raising interest rates is uncertain -- even central bank members cannot seem to find a mutually agreeable stance. Rather than wait, T. Rowe Price Chairman Brian Rogers is encouraging the Fed to raise rates soon. Read on for his entire take on this issue....
 
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Even though your computer did not come from the factory with a “magic button” on it that makes you money whenever you press it, there’s a new way to essentially install such a button on your PC. And by pressing this “button” every single month, you could tap into a revolutionary new way to make incredible income....
 
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by Doug Fabian
The burst of the housing bubble did a lot of damage to financial markets here in the United States. Based on actions stemming from the central banks and interest rates, a new break in the bond market bubble may be looming on the horizon. Learn about this potential new bubble, and what it could mean for your investments....
 
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Dividends benefit investors, that much is certain. But do they benefit the companies that utilize their profits to make the payouts? Arguments can be made both ways, and both with good reasons. Here's a breakdown of the effect of dividends on different companies and sectors of the financial world....
 
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by Bryan Perry
The Fed really has no one to blame but itself for the market sell-off on Sept. 9. Its continued insistence on pushing for an interest rate hike contrary to positive data and the backing of investor sentiment has led to a market on edge. At times like these, it's good to try and harness market volatility....
 
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What you don’t know about retirement can hurt you. In fact, just a few wrong decisions in your investments, taxes or estate planning could completely derail your retirement plans. Worse yet, the rules of the game keep changing, making it harder to keep up with.

For these reasons, I’ve assembled all the key points -- everything you need to know -- into one comprehensive report. . Click Here to Read More...
 
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