Monthly Archives: March 2011

How the Drama Unfolding in the Middle East May Affect Your Money

Possible best and worse case scenarios and outcomes for the dramas now unfolding in the Middle East and the impact on your dollar

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The US Economy – still the biggest kid on the block

The recent March issue of Snapshot investigates further into the issues of The US v China, Renewed Growth and Investors’ Hopes

Posted in Asia, Business, China Economy, Debt Management, Economy, Finances, GDP, Japan Economy, US Economy Tagged with: , , , , , , ,

The Great Carbon Debate

Taxes are a hefty financial issue and tho most of us don’t mind contributing our bit to the upkeep of this great nation – within reason, everyone really HATES unfair taxes! This interesting read turned up in my inbox this week on the Carbon Pollution and tax debate.

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Guest writing now for SheInspires.com.au

Lots of people want to know the secret to being good with money. And there’s really just a couple of good tips or financial habits that can make all the difference…

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Want to gain exposure to the growing Asian Market but are a little short of cash?

Are you looking for some exposure to the ongoing growth story in Asia, but don’t have $1000’s spare to invest? This strategy may just work for you!

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