ETFs have drawbacks


Archive for January, 2010

ETFs have drawbacks

Q: I’m looking at liquidating my mutual funds and investing solely in exchange-traded funds. The lower fees are appealing, as is the ability to trade when I want during the day instead of being forced to sell at the closing price with a mutual fund. What do you think? (46 mins ago)

Former judge’s parole revoked

DAVENPORT, Iowa A judge has revoked the parole of a former Muscatine County judge who has been convicted of drunken driving three times. (5 hours ago)

Active Blaze Mobile Users Access Digital Wallet a Staggering 9 Times Daily

BERKELEY, Calif.—-Blaze Mobile, a leading application for mobile banking, today announced that active Blaze Mobile Wallet users access their digital wallet an average of nine times each day and over 50% of the active users viewing their account balance and receipts. (36 mins ago)

Statement from Dubai Bank

Dubai Bank Dubai Bank will provide further information in this regard as it becomes available. (39 mins ago)

Tesco Sees The Big Picture

Why has a grocery giant has started making movies? (48 mins ago)

Turning your tax refund into an I Bond may be a smooth move

No question, resolutions are hard to keep. But if you’re serious about saving money, consider starting with your tax refund. This year, you’ll have a new option that could eliminate the temptation to spend your refund check. When you file your 2009 tax return, you can arrange to use all or a portion of your refund to buy inflation-adjusted Savings Bonds, or I Bonds. (3 hours ago)

Use care when following market timers

Q: What do you think of the advice of Charles Biderman? Are his recommendations for when to buy and sell stocks worth following? (2 hours ago)

Use care when following market timers

Q: What do you think of the advice of Charles Biderman? Are his recommendations for when to buy and sell stocks worth following? (2 hours ago)

Bank charges to rise if Obama’s plans seen in Britain

Bank customers face higher charges if Obama’s clampdown on financial institutions replicated in Britain. (2 hours ago)

Direct Life Insurance

The old adage in life insurance is that it is sold and not bought. Nobody wakes up in the morning and says he wants to buy more life insurance that day. (2 hours ago)