11 Ways To Negotiate With Power

Be confident and use silence a tool are just two of the ways. Read more tactics from this article.

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What You Should And Should Not Spend On In February

Have some things on your list that you have been waiting to buy? Make sure that you are getting the most for your money. These are the best and worst deals of February!

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Why Good Credit Is Even More Important Now

Are you aware that employers are now checking credit? Just one more reason to keep your record as pristine as possible. Get the details on the latest in the hiring world and how to prepare for the check.

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Guru Value Strategies Continue to Outperform

As the first month of 2012 just passed by, GuruFocus value strategies continue to outperform. Year to date the S&P500 has gained 5.3%, in the meantime the Buffett-Munger Top 25 Ideas portfolio gained 5.9%.

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The Real Winner of Facebook’s $5 Billion Payday

Now that Facebook has filed for the largest internet IPO in history, all anyone can talk about is what valuation the social networking giant deserves.

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Investment Alternatives in a No-Growth Market

We drove back into town on Sunday night. People moped around in front of bars. Groups walked uptown from the stadium, their shoulders down, the chins dragging. The city was dark…and unhappy.

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The United Nations Wants To Crash The World Economy In Order To Save The Environment

The United Nations says that the earth is in great danger and that the way you and I are living is the problem. In a shocking new report entitled, “Resilient People, Resilient Planet: A Future Worth Choosing” the UN declares that the entire way that we currently approach economics needs to be changed. Instead of focusing on things like “economic growth”, the UN is encouraging nations all over the world to start basing measurements of economic success on the goal of achieving “sustainable development”.

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I’m Not Buying This Big Tech Stock

We are halfway through earnings season. The biggest surprise so far was Amazon’s terrible fourth-quarter results.  On January 31, the online retailing giant reported earnings of $0.38 a share. This was better than analyst estimates. But sales came in at $17.4 billion. That was much lower than estimates of $18.3 billion. More importantly, Amazon reduced its expectations for sales numbers for next quarter.

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Social Media Stocks: All Hype, No Profit?

The Facebook IPO is coming! The Facebook IPO is coming! The Facebook IPO is coming!

After relentless speculation and anticipation, the most popular social network site finally filed for its initial public offering (IPO) yesterday.

While we wait, no doubt investor interest in other social media stocks is going to heat up. But please don’t let the hype push my warnings of a few weeks ago into the dark, deep, unreachable recesses of your mind…

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Natural Gas Infrastructure

Around 1400 B.C., a goat herder saw a burning flame coming out of a spring. He also noticed his animals acted strangely after wandering near a particular chasm on Mount Parnassus. After investigating, he found himself “agitated like one frantic.” The ancient Greeks named it Delphi. As you know, the Oracle of Delphi was one of the most powerful beings in the ancient world. Because of her prophetic ramblings, the 300 Spartans fought at Thermopylae, Alexander the Great conquered the […]

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