January 2011

9 posts in January 2011

Give me $1 billion to cut the budget deficit

January 26, 2011, by Dave Blair

Greg Mankiw’s Blog Post: Give me $1 billion to cut the budget deficit

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Understanding Derivatives-“A Primer”

January 18, 2011, by Roland Manarin

Understanding Derivatives-“A Primer”  – Author Unknown    Heidi is the proprietor of a bar in Detroit ..  She realizes that virtually all of her customers are unemployed alcoholics and, as such, can no longer afford to patronize her bar.  To solve this problem, she comes up with a new marketing plan that allows her customers to…

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Good news in Nebraska and Iowa!

January 13, 2011, by Aron Huddleston

“Real Estate is all about location, location, location.  It will take some time to work through the issues in places like Vegas, Florida, Phoenix, and California.  But, the fundamentals tell a much different story for us slow and steady Midwestern folk here in Nebraska and Iowa.”    Aron Huddleston MarketWatch Article By Steve Kerch The 5…

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Enjoy a Non-Financial Moment: Sistine Chapel

January 10, 2011, by Roland Manarin

For a neither financial nor economic moment, check out the following: Click here: Sistine Chapel

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Top Ten Reasons Trade is Good for America

January 7, 2011, by Dave Blair

CARPE DIEM Post: Top Ten Reasons Trade is Good for America

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Congress Rediscovers the Constitution By Roger Pilon

January 6, 2011, by Roland Manarin

Great article! Congress Rediscovers the Constitution Posted by Roger Pilon If the new Congress to be sworn in on Wednesday is the Tea Party’s cardinal achievement so far, its most symbolic achievement will unfold the next day, when the first order of business in the House will be a reading, aloud, of the Constitution –…

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