Archives for November 2012

Is Forex Right For You

The following post was written by guest poster Rick Decardo, who writes for Dailyforex.com. The foreign exchange markets are extremely attractive to a large number of people. Now that they have been opened up to the common public, there are a large number of individuals that are willing to try their hand at maximizing their profits […]

Black Friday Madness [Infographic]

Black Friday is a term used by retailers to describe the day that many of them enter the black on their balance sheets (as supposed to the red). Always the Friday after Thanksgiving, this has been the busiest shopping day of the year for at least a decade. Today’s infographic outlines some of the key […]

Credit Cards: What’s Available These Days?

The following article was submitted by guest poster Shay Quincy. If you already have a credit card, looking for a new bit of plastic might be the last thing on your mind – but it’s worth doing your research. Finding the right deal could save you money in the long run, so let’s take a […]

Weekly Stock Pick & Favorite Reads

The stock to watch in the 47th week of the year is Apple (AAPL). You could say that Apple has been the hot stock for the last couple of years, but the recent decline in Apple’s stock price has me keeping my eye on it this week. Since hitting an intraday high of $705.07 on […]

Steps To Build Your Credit Score [Infographic]

This week’s financial infographic lays out the key steps needed to build your credit score. Whether or not you agree with how the score is calculated or the impact it has on so many aspects of your life, you can’t deny that a great score will save you tons of money. Having a high score […]

Make Better Investments Using Corporate Finance

To be a successful investor, you have to know what your stock positions are worth. I’m not referring to simple metrics like the current stock price or market capitalization.  I’m talking about the actual value of a firm using concepts and fundamentals found in corporate finance. If this investment strategy sounds familiar to you, it’s […]

The Fiscal Cliff [Infographic]

Today’s financial infographic deals with a VERY important issue facing the nation this year – the fiscal cliff. By the end of 2012, several tax cuts are set to expire while other tax increases are set to begin. The temporary payroll tax cut will end (2% reduction in take home pay), certain breaks for businesses […]

Betting On The Presidential Election: Intrade

The presidential election of 2012 has been described by many as one of the most important elections in the last 30 years.  Whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican, you should agree with that statement. I’ve shown many infographics depicting government spending and what kind of affect it will have on our future as well as the […]

How Much To Spend On Groomsmen and Bridesmaids’ Gifts

Weddings are very expensive events. You have to buy the rings, rent the venue, pay for food, the dress, tuxedos…I can go on and on. Not only do the families involved spend a lot of money, you can’t forget that others also pay a good amount to come to your wedding – especially if you […]