Archives for December 2012

Chances That The US Will Plummet Off The Fiscal Cliff

Many people have heard about the fiscal cliff and the devastating toll it will take on our economy if we in fact go over the edge. Because of tax adjustments, people will make about 4% less, business will lay thousands of people off, consumers will stop spending money, home short sales will cease to exist, […]

Why Consumer Confidence Is Higher Than It’s Been In Four Years

The following article has been written by Stella Walker. She is a freelance finance and marketing blogger for creditscore.net. Stella’s main fields of interest are personal finance, online personal finance platforms, and the business of web marketing. Feel free to send her some comments! Consumer Confidence A recent consumer report continues the narrative of cautious optimism that’s […]

Rise Of The Female Trader [Infographic]

This week’s financial infographic depicts something I see every day – the ever-growing number of female traders entering the financial arena. It’s not just traders; more and more women are attending my financial education seminars, opening accounts and expressing a general interest in the market. I won’t pretend to know why women are starting to […]