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This way of life means I am always likely to be burdened by a high level of debt

This way of life means I am always likely to be burdened by a high level of debt. While my mother is still alive this is a once in a lifetime chance to try to reduce some of that debt, at a time when interest rates are at an all time low, before they finally go up next year. 24 more words

Failure to Launch

By Peter Schiff – Re-Blogged From Euro Pacific Capital

The popular belief that the U.S. economy has been steadily recovering has endured months of disappointing data without losing much of its appeal. 1,533 more words

GDP & Employment

Goldman Sachs Says Fed May Delay Rate Increase Well Into 2016

Comments: “It seems that the market is already pricing in such views. Therefore, you have been seeing the marketing heading up, for the past few days.” 147 more words

Singapore Market

Weekly Advisor Analysis: October 5, 2015

Friday saved the week when stocks moved from sharply down after a disappointing jobs report, to sharply higher by the end of the day. The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average each advanced 1 percent for the week. 534 more words

Market News

327. Dilemmas and the Dalai Lama

Dilemmas are difficult double bind situations in life. The classic line “Damned if I do but damned if I don’t” sums up the word.

noun: dilemma; plural noun: dilemmas… 1,059 more words

Absurd Theatre

Happy Monday

Good Morning Folks,

Let’s take stock and talk Stocks and what a pleasant day we had.

U.S. stocks jumped on Monday, with the S&P 500 rising for the fifth day in a row, as rising oil prices boosted energy stocks and investors bet the Federal Reserve would not raise interest rates this year. 536 more words

Stock Market

Chart of the Week: October 5, 2015

Almost all asset classes declined in Q3 2015 as uncertainty related to China’s economy and the timing of a Fed rate hike resulted in increased volatility in global risk assets. 166 more words

Market News