A cool $1.6 billion annually, according to a study for the Florida College System Council of Presidents.
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Even with dropping home prices, decreasing incomes and high unemployment we’re looking at a real estate bubble that won’t fully burst.
The Ninety-Nine Percent have watched helplessly as you’ve shipped our jobs overseas and debased our currency to enrich your pockets.
We are learning how to kick our problems into next week, month or year, which brings fear one week and greed the next and that creates a highly volatile market.
Despite the occasional headline-grabbing failure of computerized high-frequency trading, it still accounts for roughly 50 percent of all trading volume.
As daily media contradictions about the economy recovering versus taking a path to double dipping persist, Americans are unsettled and Investors have become very wary. Volatility will be a long drawn out sentiment.
Investors and broad financial markets going up-up-and-away after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said that it is time for fiscal policy, not monetary stimulus.
Praying for a hurricane to hit is a new twist in the fight to turn the economy around. But hoping for an alien invasion..? Really?
The truffle hound — an animal so bred and trained for one narrow purpose that he wasn’t much good at anything else, and that is the reward system in a lot of academic departments – Charlie Munger
With the economy hinting at a recovery, new business owners should learn that first priority is marketing, before they run out of money and/or patience.
As experts keep warning for both inflation and deflation scenarios, it becomes clear that 1950 economic tools have no answers for 2010 problems.
I see folks downsizing; homes are no longer the huge castles of the past twenty years but rather smaller and more sensible homes.
Whether it’s ignorance or intentional deceit, the market commentators today are dangerous to your prosperity and well being.
Indiana owes $1.9 billion in state unemployment to the federal government and are cutting unemployment benefits by up to fifty percent.