Thursday, May 24, 2012

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - May 15, 2012

Carnival Local Motion
Carnival Local Motion (Photo credit: Striking Photography by Bo)
Welcome to the May 15, 2012 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.In this edition we have a good article from Mike Ahi from After Hours Investing on 4 Determinants Of Stock Value Estimation. Make sure to take a look at that post. Also bookmark, share, tweet, like on Facebook and come back soon for more stock investing information and tutorials.

Bill Smith
presents Charitable Tax Deductions That May Surprise You posted at 2009 Tax, saying, "There are in fact many charitable tax deductions that may apply to you without you even realizing it."


Dr. Dean presents Cut College Costs by 40% posted at Dr. Dean's Blog, saying, "College is a major investment. How can you save big money and still get your degree from that Big Name University? Let me show you."

Theresa Torres
presents 6 Questions to Ask a Potential Angel Investor posted at Grow VC Everyone Funding Startups, saying, "These 6 questions can help you determine if a person is a genuine angel investor and one that can meet the needs of your business, saving you time and energy."

Theresa Torres
presents Hedging your frequent flyer miles posted at Reuters News, saying, "Take the time to study how frequent-flier miles work, avoid fees and taxes, choose the best card to use and learn how to work the system so that you'll be able to reap its benefits."

Jason P.
presents Your 401K Match May Not Really Be Free Money posted at One Money Design, saying, "Recent study shows why your 401K match may not be so free after all. Think twice about passing up any employer match!"

Ashleigh Denton
presents Current Mortgage Rates and the Future of the Housing Market posted at Home Equity Loan, saying, "Despite the economic downturn, mortgage rates are actually lower than they have been in the last year or so. Experts predict a possible upturn in the future, but for now banks are rejoicing because of the recent low rate. The average rate for fixed 30-year mortgages was hovering around 3.88%, a significant decline from last year’s rate at 4.80%. How is the market looking for you?"

Melanie Slaugh
presents 10 Common Online Charity Scams to Watch For posted at Internet Service Providers, saying, "People donate to charities for a variety of reasons and non-profit organizations wouldn’t exist without the generosity of the giving public. But, when you give online to an organization how do you know if it is a legitimate cause or not? There are scammers out there ready to seize your money and sometimes your identity as well."


Rebecca Black presents 8 Bad Habits That Lead to Financial Disaster posted at Credit Report, saying, "According to CNN, there are more than 150 million people — one out of every two people in the United States — in dire situations due to debt, and it seems that bad financial habits are becoming a more widespread problem. We spend more than we can afford, and it’s a vicious cycle. Fortunately, the cycle can be stopped if we can pinpoint and assess the causes for debt and uncalculated spending. Here are some bad habits to help avoid delving deeper into financial disaster."


MikeAhi presents 4 Determinants Of Stock Value Estimation. posted at After Hours Investing, saying, "Many things determine the price of a stock, but here are 4 fundamentals drivers of a stock's underlying value."
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Thursday, May 10, 2012

The Bullion Coin a Good Investment Opportunity

The Bullion coin is traditionally used for investment purposes. Made from a range of precious metals, usually silver or gold; the coin is has more recently been shaped using platinum and palladium.
A unique representation of national pride, this precious form of currency has a variety of official counterparts. In America, the American Eagle series of Bullion coins is available for purchase from the United States Mint. Similarly, in Canada the Canadian Maple Leaf series of coins are obtainable from the Royal Canadian Mint. Other locally produced coins in high-demand include the South African Krugerrands and the Chinese Gold Pandas.

A profitable investment

Weighted differently to fit a variety of budgets; the price of Bullion coins range according to their status and country. Seen as a safe investment, this stable form of currency has proved itself as a store of value for thousands of years at a time. With gold coming back in a big way since the year 2000, gold Bullion coins are in high-demand; the American Eagle range doing particularly well around the world. Offered in four different weights, the money is minted from 22 karat gold.
Forex experts have discussed the premium market demand for Bullion coins, deciding that their size, liquidation potential and easy storage are behind their continued popularity. Despite being generally well-liked by consumers, many first-time gold buyers have had the misconception that you pay more for the coin. These individuals often believe that gold bullion is more of a collector’s item than a profitable purchase. More practical than bars of gold, Bullion coins are easily tradable and match the gold price. The tiny percentage one pays for the refining, fabricating and shipping costs is minor.

Easily tradable

Bullion coin dealers advocate the currency as the finest form of gold one could purchase. They contradict the discrepancy that purchasing large bars are a better method for acquiring physical gold. Equipped with this knowledge, many traders opt for the coinage and escape the responsibility of finding a secure precious metals storage facility. Lastly, the main reason that gold bars are less cost-efficient can be put down to their expensive liquidation price. Unless you’re selling the bar in its original form, gold bullion coins are far easier to transport and liquefy.
Benefiting from the upward movement in the gold price, the interest in Bullion coins is no mistake. Traders looking for safe investments need only look to this precious metal money and find the answer right before them.
Bella Gray is a highly competitive forex trader. Relying on her foreign exchange traders for advice and support, Gray enjoys making safe investments for profit.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - May 1, 2012

saving and spending
saving and spending (Photo credit: 401K)
Welcome to the May 1, 2012 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.In this edition we have an article from Jason P. looking at Saving for College and What a 529 Plan is. We also have Laura Edgar from NerdWallet’s with the Top 5 Most Common Investing Mistakes. Hope you enjoy the articles, bookmark, share, tweet, link on Facebook and come back soon.


Jason P. presents A Children’s Savings Roadmap posted at One Money Design, saying, "Follow this children's savings road map to help aid you in teaching your children the importance of saving money."

Jason P.
presents Saving for College: What is a 529 Plan? posted at One Money Design, saying, "Heard about 529 savings accounts but not sure how they work? If so, this article on the 529 education savings account plan will help you."

Theresa Torres
presents How to Build Business Credit posted at Tips, saying, "Here's an educational infographic guide for small business owners to help them establish their business' identity and build business credit."

Theresa Torres
presents Gas Rewards Cards That Lessen the Sting of High Prices - posted at Community, saying, "Choose the best card for your gasoline needs and earn cash-back rewards at the pump."


Dr. Dean presents 100 Words On How To Become “Well To Do!” posted at Dr. Dean's Blog, saying, "Want to be financially successful? Check out this short mantra, and repeat it daily."

Theresa Torres
presents 6 Tips to Help You Lower Your Credit Card Interest Rate posted at, saying, "It's not that difficult to lower your credit card rates. Here are several things that you can do to get your credit card interest rate down."

Laura Edgar
presents NerdWallet’s Top 5 Most Common Investing Mistakes posted at NerdWallet Blog - Credit Card Watch, saying, "Even though these mistakes are widely known and consistently reported by finance gurus, people continue to stumble into the same sordid pitfalls."

Laura Edgar
presents Guest Post: Are You Ready To Invest In The Stock Market? posted at NerdWallet Blog - Credit Card Watch, saying, "The first thing you need to consider is how comfortable you are with risk. You might get people telling you that a certain stock is a ‘sure thing’. Let me tell you, there is no such thing as a sure thing when it comes to the stock market. It just doesn’t happen that way."

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