Showing posts from March, 2010

MARKETCLUB : Two Weeks of Market Club Trading Tools for Free. March 31, 2010

 I just got word from my inside contact at MarketClub, that they're opening up the premium service for a no cost 2 week trial! and I decided to pass it throug Get instant access here: There are 4 powerful tools available to members that you,as a free trial member, will have access to. Smart Scan,Trade School, Chart Analysis, and Data Central will be opened up just for you.The other major bonus about this trial is that their,customer support team will be providing Unlimited Support!   You know I've been a big fan of Adam Hewison and the MarketClub team, and now is your chance to gain access to the powerful tools, unlimited email and phone support,and Adam Hewison himself! If you watched his videos you know Adam knows what he's talking about, and today you can use the tools he uses and get started on your wayto becoming a successful trader! You can call or email for an instant response  to any question, comment or concern. I'll get you more info a little bit l

Forbes: Asia: The Asian Trde Gorilla: March 31rst, 2010

Latest Stories The Asian Trade Gorilla Asia now trades more with China than with the U.S., complicating currency moves. Read More Google: China's Firewall Caused The Block The Google China blackout gets murkier. Read More Buy Vietnam Slower growth marks a good entry point for real estate purchases, says long-time investor Jonathan Choi. Read More Wealth In Japan Could Boost Spending As the population ages, low savings rates are to be expected. Read More Derailed Naveen Jindal is fighting to open the rail industry to competition. It's time Indian Railways listened. Read More Click for updates:

RTTNews Market Wrap: March 31rst, 2010

Evening Market Wrap Wed Mar 31 17:06 2010   Commentary Mar 31, 2010 Stocks Slide As Employment Headlines Market Concerns - U.S. Commentary Stocks saw moderate weakness to end the first quarter on Wednesday, as continued job losses in the private sector deflated the mood on Wall Street ahead of Friday's key monthly employment reading. The major averages all closed in negative territory, but remained near their recent eighteen-month closing highs. Full Article Economic News Mar 31, 2010 MBA: Overall Mortgage Demand Rises As Purchase Applications Jump Mortgage applications have risen after two straight weeks of declines, led by an increase in purchase applications, which have hit their highest level since last October. The seasonally adjusted purchase index increased 6.8 percent from the previous week. Unadjusted, the index also increased 6.8 percent from the week before, and decreased 9.3 percent from the same week last year. Full Article Mar 31, 2010 Pr

MarketWatch: Personal Finance Daily, March 31rst,2010

Personal Finance Daily MARCH 31, 2010 Wednesday's Personal Finance stories By MarketWatch Don't miss these top stories: Higher health costs for same-sex couples Lower mutual-fund fees ahead?   You can lower your '09 taxes with an IRA   Mortgage aid may hurt your credit score The topic of same-sex marriage tends to spark heated debates, but cooler heads usually prevail when it comes to the idea of domestic partners and workplace benefits for those couples whether they are of the same sex or different sexes. If you agree that companies who offer benefits to workers' spouses ought to offer those same benefits to workers' domestic partners, then you might be surprised to learn that the federal tax code severely curtails such benefits for the workers who receive them. Read our story today about one couple who faces as much as a $3,000 tax hit each year on their health benefits -- a tax hit that married couples at the same workpla

BBC : Business News and Videos Update, March 31rst, 2010

Page last updated at 22:20 GMT, Wednesday, 31 March 2010 23:20 UK US offers to extend jet deadline The Pentagon says it will extend the bidding deadline for a new fleet of US air refuelling tankers, if EADS makes a formal request. EU concern over tanker bidding Move hands victory to Boeing Northrop and EADS exit bid EMI ends talks to sell US rights EMI abandons talks to license out the rights to its records in the US and Canada, a deal it hoped would raise vitally needed funds. Obama eases ban on oil drilling Barack Obama proposes ending a decades-old ban on new offshore oil drilling, in a bid to cut US dependence on imports. VIDEO NEWS US mortgage debt programme to end Electric cars revealed at motor show Global brands sweep into Rwanda Germany agrees rules on bank bailouts Anger over Taiwan-China trade deal Bollywood's copyright battle