Financial markets have always been uncertain; it is the nature of the beast. But in today's world of globalization, economic health can get more out of whack than ever before. This just might be a g...
I like to think that penny stocks are lone marauders that buck long held stock market trends. They don't follow typical trading patterns, they don't care how much oil is trading at (unless it's an ...
"By a continuing process of inflation, governments can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, an important part of the wealth of their citizens." (John Maynard Keynes, chief architect of our prese...
Public opinion of the Fed is that of being a vigilant watchdog of inflation. Always seen as watching economic indicators and ready to adjust the interest rates in order to "fight" inflation. Thi...
Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke has confirmed the Housing Predictor forecast that more than 2 million homes will be foreclosed as a result of the sub prime lending crisis. In a hearing bef...
With the real estate bubble having burst and the financial system in a tizzy over the attending fallout in the mortgage markets, bankers, investors, homeowners, and CEOs are calling on the Federal Res...
There are many misconceptions about foreclosure. The people that lose their homes by foreclosure don't want the public to know about their personal tragedy, so the misinformation usually comes f...
Foreclosure and deficiency judgments often go hand-in-hand after the loss of a home through foreclosure. The loss of one's home to foreclosure is often times financially devastating and personal...
The Federal Reserve cut interest rates on Dec. 11th on hopes that the credit crisis would be tempered from 4.5. Markets were on the upswing up until the cut was announced because many investors were u...
In recent days, the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank, the Bank of Canada, the Bank of England, and the Swiss National Bank have teamed up to auction $110 billion off to world money markets i...