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The Joys and Challenges of Podcasting via @TimelapseStrats

by The Wall Street Geek

Thanks Euvie and Mike! Please visit their company Timelapse Strategies. They help individuals connect with their audience, generate more leads online, and save time & money. Our interview with Michelle Price of @wallstreetgeek on the joys and challenges of #podcasting as a #business owner timelapsestrategies.com/interview-with… — Timelapse Strategies (@TimelapseStrats) May 8, 2013 You may also […]

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How to Pay for College (at any age)

by The Wall Street Geek

The unemployment rate fell recently to its lowest point since 2008! That’s great news — but still not great overall. It’s like being on “Dancing With the Stars”, and saying that you danced better than D.L. Hughley or Andy Dick. Getting a job is still difficult. So what can you do in this economy if […]

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A Delicious Assortment of Money Tips

by The Wall Street Geek

My heart goes out to Boston residents this week. Talking about saving and investing may be the last thing on your mind. Mine as well. But life has to march on. I cover a delicious assortment of useful topics in this podcast — including market forecasting, retirement planning tips, tips to get through 401K open […]

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How to Lock in Stock Profits

by The Wall Street Geek

Folks are getting nervous as the stock market hits new highs. Instead of waiting to see if the Dow will break 15K, some investors want to take the profits that they’ve made so far and run. If you’ve made profits, how should you plan your exit? Or, can you stay invested and use other types […]

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About Venture Capital

by The Wall Street Geek

The angel and venture capital (e.g., VC) worlds are like the Wizard of Oz. They’re so cloaked in secrecy that most people don’t know what VC’s and angels do until one is about to get equity in your business. Shows like Shark Tank give a peek behind the curtain. But Shark Tank only scratches the […]

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Predicting Market Movements with Global Macro Modeling

by The Wall Street Geek

I rely upon my global macro market models to guide me on where to invest throughout the year. It’s a quantitative process that many managers in the industry use to find opportunities before they break out in the market. Did that just sound like gibberish? I break it all down for you in this podcast. […]

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#MCTwerkTeam #Obsessed #1Z

by The Wall Street Geek

This doesn’t have anything to do with investing and money. I literally cannot stop watching this video: By the way, it’s MILEY CYRUS! Who knew she could dance like that?! You may also be interested in: Hey #Twitter…About That IPO Love is All We Need When Being Right Goes Wrong The One Habit the #Forbes […]

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Social (In)Security

by The Wall Street Geek

Social (In)Security | Create infographics You may also be interested in: Hey #Twitter…About That IPO Love is All We Need When Being Right Goes Wrong The One Habit the #Forbes Richest Have — Do You Have It Too? Coming to Africa Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: The Wall Street […]

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The Cinderella of the Global Markets

by The Wall Street Geek

Bonds are the Cinderella of the global capital markets. Noone talks about them in the news, and people don’t get as excited about buying them as they do with stocks, currencies, and…nearly everything else! But given a chance, they shine. Well, I’m talking about them today! Learn about buying bonds from A to Z in […]

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How to Avoid Social (In)security at Retirement

by The Wall Street Geek

Baby Boomers started retiring in 2010, putting a squeeze on Social Security availability for future generations. In particular, after 2033 when the Congressional Budget Office projects that Social Security payments may be delayed (or nonexistent). How can you protect yourself? Whether you’re a retiree today or facing it in the future, there are steps you […]

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