Who wouldn’t want to read an article entitled “Making Money Where Others Fail“? That was the title of a recent message from Morningstar’s Fund Spy e-newsletter. I subscribe to Fund Spy partly to study their writing style. You can check out the Fund Spy archive.
The subprime crisis has an unexpected silver lining. The resulting demand for high quality corporate bonds has improved the funding status of corporate pension plans. “The combined pensions of S&P 500 companies swung to a $63 billion surplus in 2007 after five years in the red, according to a May 19 report by Standard & […]
If you haven’t finished writing your second quarter investment commentary, check out the website of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development for some useful statistics. The OECD publishes its economic outlook twice a year. Its June 2008 outlook predicts weak growth and high inflation. Real GDP growth for the total OECD (see page 2) […]
“Stress benefits. Ensure that your copy always shows users exactly how your site will benefit them.” That’s fix number 4 of “101 Five-Minute Fixes to Incrementally Improve Your Web Site” and it’s a good one. If the people who visit your website don’t find benefits, rather than just features, they’re likely to flee. But fixing […]
You’ve probably seen family members fight or sulk over the disposition of personal possessions after a loved one passes away. Estate planning and elder law attorney Susan J. Shipley‘s article below describes a website that may reduce the pain. Have you used eDivvyup.com? Please comment on your experience. Web Site Aims to Take the Rancor […]