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    • 1.

      Big Brother, Big Sister and the Penny Stock Trickle-Down

      by John Whitefoot - 2007-01-17
      The dog-days of summer are behind us. So too are the cushy days of serving on a corporate board.Being a board member used to be easy; all you had to do was attend a few meetings...say "yea" or "nay" (...
    • 2.

      The DOW Nears Record High-What Does That Mean

      by John Whitefoot - 2007-01-17
      Those weren't trumpets proclaiming the Second Coming...just analysts sounding off about the DOW Jones.On Thursday, Wall Street surged higher, carrying the Dow Jones Industrial to 11,718.45; its highes...
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      Oil-What a Difference A Month Can Make

      by John Whitefoot - 2007-01-17
      Just one month ago President Bush marked Labor Day by promising to keep U.S. workers competitive in global markets and to reduce U.S. reliance on foreign oil. "Dependence on foreign oil jeopardized ou...
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      Wall Street Turn Their Backs On Wacky Sub-Prime Loan Originators As Foreclosures Explode

      by Paul Jerome - 2007-03-03
      The lending term populating portfolio buy/sell agreements to package and sell loans into the secondary market to Wall Street investor groups is the term "sold with recourse". As the loan goes bad, som...
    • 5.

      Will The Bull Rage On In 2007?

      by John Whitefoot - 2007-03-13
      When I was a kid my mom used to get angry and ask me why I always pointed out the negative things. Conversely, if I ever got into trouble, I would plead with my parents, asking them why my "one" indis...
    • 6.

      A Stuttered Sprint Into 2007

      by John Whitefoot - 2007-03-13
      Open up your wallets, a new year of investing has officially begun. Stocks opened markedly higher in the first session of 2007 as investors cheered news that Home Depot Inc's CEO resigned after years ...
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      And a Happy Anniversary to Ben Bernanke!

      by John Whitefoot - 2007-03-14
      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 ...
    • 8.

      Capital Gains Elimination Trusts

      by Mark Lund - 2007-03-29
      First off I will give a short summary of the Capital Gains Elimination Trust (CGET). Then, I will provide some details about how it works and conclude with a case study as an example of how someone m...
    • 9.

      Oil's Down, Opportunities are Up

      by John Whitefoot - 2007-03-29
      According to my calendar, winter is in full bloom, but you'd never know it if your seasonal gauge is oil prices. Crude oil on the New York Mercantile Exchange slipped to $50.24 a barrel earlier this w...
    • 10.

      Gridlock...to Be or Not to Be...or Who Cares

      by John Whitefoot - 2007-03-30
      The mid-term elections are over, the markets are back to their bullish self, and the sky is not falling.Wall Street extended its November rally earlier this week, carrying the Dow Jones industrial ...