What do you do now?


Archive for September, 2008

What do you do now?

The defeat of the mortgage bailout drove home a point with crystal clarity: Cash is king. If you’ve got it and wish to spend or invest it, opportunities abound. On a house and car, buyers who can put down a chunk of cash have everything in their favor. (9 mins ago)

Six Steps to Starting Your Own Business

Young entrepreneurs have to work hard to overcome inexperience and gain credibility. Kiplinger’s Personal Finance ( (4 mins ago)

4 other bloggers enter our No-spend Zone

This Sunday marks a changing of the guard at our No-Spend Zone blog. University students Ali Bair and Brian Macpherson have been blogging about the ”College Crunch” as they try to hold their expenses and college loans down while trying to keep their grade-point averages up. (25 mins ago)

Everyone forgot to diversify

WASHINGTON If your stock portfolio has been hit hard because you were too heavily invested in the financial sector, sob. (48 mins ago)

Everyone forgot to diversify

WASHINGTON If your stock portfolio has been hit hard because you were too heavily invested in the financial sector, sob. (24 mins ago)

Everyone forgot to diversify

WASHINGTON If your stock portfolio has been hit hard because you were too heavily invested in the financial sector, sob. (16 mins ago)

Everyone forgot to diversify

WASHINGTON If your stock portfolio has been hit hard because you were too heavily invested in the financial sector, sob. (56 mins ago)

Everyone forgot to diversify

WASHINGTON If your stock portfolio has been hit hard because you were too heavily invested in the financial sector, sob. (1 day ago)

Instability threatens money market funds

Money market funds have been among the few places that investors could put their cash and sleep peacefully. (37 mins ago)

Credit expert answers common questions

Jay Seaton, area president of the Consumer Credit Counseling Service, compiled the following questions and answers on the subjects of credit, debt and savings. (1 hour ago)