Have you been diligently tracking mortgage interest rates? You should. They’re surging. Recently all the way up to 4.625%. That’s the largest weekly increase in FIFTY years! Just in January mortgage
Japanese yen is heading lower today, dropping against its major counterparts, as Japanese investors purchase overseas bonds and as the data out of China turns out to be better than expected.
Greenback is heading higher as investors and others look to the future of possible Fed tapering, and compare the US economic recovery to the situations in other countries.
Hey everyone, thanks for joining me for another review this week. I’ve talked about several resources and most of them are at least, well known in the finance community. But today, I’m going to talk
As you know, long gone are days of cumbersome credit card sliders stamping paper copies for vendors and buyers. As we keep moving forward the large, stationary credit card readers bolted onto counter
If you have experienced a drop in traffic from Google around these dates (check your web analytics data), it’s likely that you have unnatural links that need to be dealt with properly:
For the past year, I've been using my online shop to experiment with all of the popular comparison shopping engines and I'm ready to share my results and
Anthony Chan of AllianceBernstein outlines why the sell-off in emerging market currencies and bonds is not the harbinger of another Asian financial crisis like the one seen in 1997. Chan notes that p
For many people summer holidays are imperative. A change of scenery can do a world of good; it’s a chance to rest, recharge and reflect. We return from summer holidays with a fresh perspective, feeli
Today, I’m going to talk a bit about credit card mistakes. The truth is, helping consumers with debt has taught me a lot of what not to dos. Not to mention, I've made a few of these mistakes myself.