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Best Warren Buffett Investor Tips

Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha, who just celebrated his 83rd birthday can teach us a lot about investing. Even small-scale and part-time investors can benefit from some of the lessons that the billionaire investor has to offer. An examination of his life long career provides 7 of the best investor tips the professional investor […]

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Top 1% Reach Biggest Income Since 1920s

The top 1% of U.S. income earners reached the biggest income gap over the majority of Americans last year since the roaring 1920s. The finding was determined by a research team of university economists. The top 1%, who have been heavily criticized for being “capitalistic pigs” collected 19.3% of all U.S. household income in 2012, […]

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West Leads Housing Recovery

Formerly hard hit Nevada, California and Arizona are leading the U.S. housing recovery as the west experiences the highest housing appreciation in years, according to a new report. Including foreclosures and short sales, Nevada which suffered through five long years of declining home values and record foreclosures, has seen home prices jump an average of […]

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Willpower Living for Success

Most of us experience a battle with willpower. I shouldn’t eat that cake. I shouldn’t spend so much on something like this…. Sometimes, you can hold out for a while. For most of us, however, willpower falls short and we give in to temptation whether it’s for immediate gratification or something else. The reason is […]

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Facebook Booming in New Economy

Don’t look now, but the stock everybody loves to hate is now one of the biggest success stories on Wall Street. Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), which was considered a bad joke after falling flat on its face in its initial IPO is booming in the new economy. Facebook’s value went from $18.58 to $43.63 between Sept. […]

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Consumers Want Closer Bank Regulation

The majority of consumers say closer bank regulation is needed so that another financial crisis will not develop, according to a new MoneyJournal.com poll. Additional regulations to aid consumers were approved in the Dodd-Frank financial reform act, but the majority of those regulations have not yet been implemented. Lobbyists working for the financial industry, including […]

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