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Selling Online Just Became a Walk in the Park

Selling online might appear easy from the outset but it takes time, effort and money to succeed… or does it? Here’s we examine a new kind of classified social network that provides free advertising for businesses, professionals, private individuals and even affiliate based marketeers.

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Sen Mike Lee on Killing the Export Import Bank

Killing the Export Import Bank – “We’ve had a 75 or 80 year run with some really aggressive progressive policies,” Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah). “They haven’t worked. They have enhanced America’s opportunity deficit, and the American people want a more conservative government.”

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Family of Trillionaires: Inside the Rothchild’s

It has never been fully established as to how much the Rothschild’s family is worth but a recent estimate put the family fortune somewhere in the region of $500 trillion.

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How $50 Billion Can be Found in Fishing if the World Does it Better

CNN – Oceans around the globe could inject an extra $50 billion into the world’s economy — if fisheries were sustainably managed, a new report backed by Prince Charles shows.

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Financial Expert: The Crash Is Coming

Alex Jones is joined by Economic forecaster Harry S. Dent, Jr. joins the show to explain why another housing crisis is looming which could lead to a sharp downturn in real estate and stock prices around the world.

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Why We Must Oppose Bilderberg

Learn more about the history, aims, and goals of the Bilderberg Group, why they must be opposed, and how best to do it on this special edition of The Corbett Report podcast.

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Is Bill Ackman Right? Following the Herbalife Claims

We’ve heard time and time again claims from Bill Ackman that Herbalife is a pyramid scheme, while the company and Carl Ichan say those claims are without merit. In March, the FTC opened an investigation and the Illinois Attorney General has been looking into complaints filed by a group of 13 Latinos who claim they were duped out of their life’s savings and Herbalife is to blame.

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Uber: The Company Cities Love to Hate

BUSINESSWEEK – “Everyone’s private driver.” That’s how Uber trumpeted its business model when the taxi alternative started five years ago. For riders, it promised an end to overpriced trips in dirty, run-down cabs; for drivers, it offered an escape from working for a garage.

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The Risk Of Short-Term Bond Funds

FORBES – Did you miss returns from intermediate-term bond funds because you sat in a short-term bond fund waiting for interest rates to rise? A lot of people did. This strategy has backfired as the opportunity cost of not being in intermediate-term bonds has been more costly than whatever damage rising interest rates might have taken away.

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Investor Jim Grant on Bubbles And Bargains

Founder and publisher of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, Jim Grant, talks about biotech, Russian stocks and the untitled burrito, in this interview with Steve Forbes.

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