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The Most Important Thing I Ever Learned About Living Rich

By Mark Morgan Ford | 03/19/2011

The most important thing I ever learned about “living rich” was taught to me by a former rich guy who dropped out of the moneymaking game to study Chinese philosophy and teach Tai Chi.

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Do You Step Up or Back Down?

By Bob Cox | 03/18/2011

Let me ask you: Have you ever made a decision that didn’t work as planned? Has anyone ever let you down? Has recent economic news put a damper on your perspective? It may be painful to bring those things to mind, but I’m asking you to do it for a…

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The Language Perfectionist: A Caucus of Confusables

By Don Hauptman | 03/18/2011

It’s time once again to set the record straight on pairs of words that are commonly confused. Here are examples from print and online sources: “The number had been cut before the premier of the film.” A gala event is a premiere. The adjective meaning first is premier. “Mr. Heiberger…

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Why I Hate the Bamboo Story

By Noah St. John | 03/17/2011

If you’ve been to a “motivational” seminar or heard someone talk about success in, say, the last 10 years, you’ve probably heard the “Bamboo Story.”

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Here’s How the Soup Is Made

By Christian Hill | 03/15/2011

Yesterday, I talked about why inflation and rising interest rates are pretty much a “sure thing” because of all the “new money” the Fed created through its quantitative easing programs.

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When Will Inflation Hit?

By Christian Hill | 03/14/2011

I don’t think there is ever a “sure thing” in the investment world. But I have found one that comes as close to it as possible. And I expect it to generate a serious profit, perhaps as much as 50%, in the next 2 years. But it could go much…

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How to Achieve Growth and Profitability

By Mark Morgan Ford | 03/12/2011

Bonn, Germany. Dead of winter, 1996. The meeting began at 8:00 a.m.

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The Language Perfectionist: Two for One

By Don Hauptman | 03/11/2011

I’ve observed a strange phenomenon in my reading lately: words that are improperly divided in two. I hope it’s not a trend. The following examples are taken from major newspapers and online searches: “While Mr. Assange is basking in his new found fame, there is no reason to believe he…

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3 Simple Sales Copy Tips

By Lesa Gutenkunst | 03/10/2011

Before we get into today’s lesson on top copywriting tips, there’s a Politically Incorrect Truth that you need to know about getting more traffic (as that was the #1 concern voiced in our survey this week). Traffic really isn’t any good unless you have copy that converts. And if you…

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The Hidden Dangers Behind the New American “Exchanges”

By Andrew Gordon | 03/10/2011

A dangerous group of American exchanges is attracting money from thousands of investors. These exchanges are nothing like the Dow Jones Industrial, Nasdaq, or S&P 500. You can’t buy well-known companies like GE or McDonald’s on them. Nor can you buy the small high-tech companies found on the Nasdaq. But…

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Not too far from the truth

By Jason Holland | 03/9/2011

Brian Edmondson jokes that he never made as much money as he does now as a “couch potato.” But it’s not too far from the truth. He’s made as much as $40,627 in a single week in his online business. And he wasn’t working his tail off. He always had…

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That was then… this is now

By Jason Holland | 03/8/2011

Those who knew Brian Edmondson eight or nine years ago are probably the ones most shocked by his success. He was laid off from a Wall Street job soon after the 9/11 tragedy. He started a string of failed business ventures, including a grocery store in Florida. He was in…

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