Thursday, July 23, 2009

Stock Market Fast Swings from Fastswings.com - July 23, 2009

Cover of "Investing 101"
Cover of Investing 101



Welcome to the July 23, 2009 edition of Stock Market Fast Swings from Fastswings.com. This is addition has a great set or articles on topics ranging from credit cards and index fund investing, to wealth and investing 101. Also some really good information on Goldman Sachs, being robbed blind, banking, option trading, financial tales, Smartmoney, and CAGR.


Master Your Card presents Credit Card Reward Programs: How To Make The Most Of Them posted at Master Your Card, saying, "Being rewarded for using a credit card sounds like a dream come true, but you have to be savvy to avoid being taken for a ride by the credit card companies.

How They Work

These programs are intended to encourage you to spend money on your credit card. The basic idea is that you receive either points or cash for making purchases on your credit card. They can afford to do this based on the interest that they charge customers for credit card balances and the transaction fees that they charge to retailers. As they receive a transaction fee every time your credit card is used, it’s little wonder that credit card companies are so keen for you to use it as frequently as possible."

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Michael Schindler presents 4 Benefits of Index Fund Investing posted at Your Personal Finance Source.


Jonathan from Debt Loans presents Debt Consolidation Services: What You Need To Know | Debt Loans posted at Debt Loans, saying, "Debt consolidation is relatively simple to understand; as the name implies, you are consolidating your debts. This means that instead of keeping track of multiple loans and multiple payments, you take out one large personal loan that assumes all of your current debt. This way, you only keep track of one loan and one payment with a single interest rate."

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KCLau presents Why the worse classmates are wealthier than you? posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Discusses if there is a correlation between academic success and financial well-being"


The Amateur Financier presents Investing 101: Options | The Amateur Financier posted at The Amateur Financier, saying, "A simple introduction to options that might be appropriate for this carnival."

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Kristjan presents The Goldman Sachs Web posted at Personal Development for Awesome People, saying, "Goldman, the ultimate bankster paradise."


Kristjan presents How America is Being Robbed Blind by Banksters posted at Personal Development for Awesome People.


Master Your Card presents 6 Reasons Why Keeping Money In The Bank Isn’t As Safe As It Used To Be | Master Your Card posted at Master Your Card, saying, "Are you wary of keeping your money in the bank these days? If so, you’re probably not alone, and there may be good reason for this. Here are six reasons why keeping your money in the bank just isn’t as safe as it was in the past."

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Sun presents A Look at OptionsHouse for Stocks and Options Trading posted at The Sun’s Financial Diary.

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Carlos Sera presents A Positive Tale; Financial Tales posted at Financial Tales, saying, "One of my best friends likes to play poker. He’s pretty good at the game and has a poker saying that he uses to describe many of life’s situations. He likes to say “When you show up at a poker game and you don’t know who the pigeon is, you’re the pigeon.”"


Ray presents SmartMoney 2009's Best Online Brokers posted at Money Blue Book.


Investing School presents CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) posted at Investing School, saying, "CAGR is an easy way to calculate what's really important, the annual growth of a portfolio."


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