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How Far Have You Come Baby? Especially In Sports Memorabilia And Collectibles!

That’s where collectibles come into being a important aspect of time! Whatever is collected can almost pinpoint a time in history. That is why collectibles are and can be very valuable in the future!

How Students Large College Loans Might Be Hurting the Economy

The saying goes that the only things that are guaranteed in life are death and taxes. However, more and more there’s been another addition to that list. The new guarantee seems to be that if you go to college, you are going to be burdened with tremendous amounts of debt for years to come. The question is, what are the implications of this?

Comparing 2010 With The Last Great Depression

It is a common topic that is discussed by national news programs and has become an everyday topic of discussion. It has affected everyone and the recent recession is known to be the worst economic crisis since the great depression. You can refer the statistics to know how the economic recession is deepening.

Thanksgiving Reminder: We Started As Socialists

Most people have no clue how lucky they are to have the opportunity to do all this. If it hadn’t been for one key decision by one frightened leader hundreds of years ago, America as we know it would never have existed.

Is Social Security Going Broke?

Many politicians and estate planners are saying that Social Security is going broke. Is that true?

CWG 2010: A Time for Evaluation

The Organizing Committee for the Games has expected that the final collections are likely to be Rs. 600 crore or less, against a target of Rs. 1,820 crore. Even if we consider only the official figures, the net loss for hosting CWG 2010 comes to approximately Rs. 1,707.82 crore.

Alan Greenspan Versus Ben Bernanke

Alan Greenspan’s management of the economic affairs of the United States has not been as effective compared to Ben Bernanke who has proved to be a more prudent Central Banker of the country having made use of myriad policy tools to maintain the objectives of controlling inflation and maintaining employment. Alan Greenspan was nominated as the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board in 1987 by the then President Ronald Reagan. Greenspan served five terms as the Chairman until 2006 when has succeeded by Ben Bernanke.

World Economy at a Glance

The World Economy, as we know it today, is the condition of the economies of the various countries in the world. This is largely a monetary method of calculating the financial status of the different countries and then calculating how much richer or poorer the world has become, and of the estimate of natural resources that any country has, determining its future potential to become richer or not. For this usually a standard currency is taken into account and at present it is the US dollar.

Impacts of Outsourcing to the US Economy

With the economic downturn, more and more companies consider outsourcing their data processing centers aboard. In fact, the total amount of IT offshore outsourcing increased from $75 billion to $76 billion in 2009. Forrester analyst Andrew Bartels also predicts that this amount will reach $79 billion by the end of 2010.

Recession Resistant Jobs for 2011

There is hope, not all is bad out there in the world of employment. There are some jobs that are made to weather economic down times. It might not be your dream job, but it is a job to get your through the tough times,.

Why I Don’t Bank With the Biggies Anymore

My Own Private Anti-Trust Legislation   I finally did it. I closed my accounts with one of the largest trillion-dollar banking and financial corporations in the land. But, it wasn’t easy.

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