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Everyone knows the best time to buy stock has always been when the market has bottomed out. The closer that one can predict this event, the more money they will make. If you buy stock in a company, and the stock keeps dropping in value after a couple of weeks, you will lose one your investment. If you wait until it starts to rise, you won’t get the rock bottom dollar price for the stock that you could have gotten. The problem is no one really knows when a particular stock will bottom out.

The best way to guess when the best time to buy stock is to know the market. By studying trends of the past, you will be well prepared for the future. The best way to get indoctrinated into the market is to subscribe to the Wall Street journal. The Wall Street Journal has been in print for well over a hundred years, and it always contains the latest stock information and the latest trends.

Most people who read the Wall Street Journal everyday like to save money while learning to make money. This feat is accomplished by subscribing to the Wall Street Journal. Right now, the best deal for subscribing to the Wall Street Journal is a one-year subscription to both the print version and the online version. By subscribing to both versions of the award winning newspaper, you can save a whopping 80% off the cover price! For two dollars and ninety-nine cents a week, you can read the same information that the stock market experts read. It’s just pennies one the dollar.

If you don’t wish to combine the two subscriptions, you can still get a great deal. A one year’s subscription to the print version of the Wall Street Journal for one hundred and nineteen dollars , or about $ 2.30 per week, Which breaks down to about 33 cents per day. For a year’s worth of the online version of the Wall Street Journal, it’s One hundred and three dollars, or $ 1.99 a week, or 29 cents per day.

There is no way I would be invested in the stock market and not have a subscription to the Wall Street Journal. Just having a good stockbroker is not enough; you should also want to know the daily stock numbers as well as an unbiased prognostication of what your stock may do. It is on these things that the Wall Street Journal delivers, and has been doing so for over a hundred years.

By using the coupons provided you can save up to 70% on your subscription. Whether you are looking for the online version, the paper, or both, you can save over half on the price by using the coupon codes and discounts. You can sometimes read part of the paper for free when you go through Google documents but the entire paper is not available. The discounts are only provided when you go through a special link like the one below.

In this report I cover an article from the FT about how the executives and board members at the biggest US lenders by assets have been unloading shares in their own banks. I also talk about the aftermath of hurricane Harvey and how flood insurance could impact financial markets.

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What if I were to offer you a sure-fire investment that would, if implemented properly, guarantee to at least double or triple your money in 3-4 years. The investment is so simple and straightforward – you could be completely hands off. You would not have to do a thing. It would require no monitoring of a fund or stocks – not even a yearly review, such as a mutual fund or IRA.

It would require nothing but an initial investment. Then just sit back and let others do the work. In a few years, reap the reward.

Okay – you may be saying – where do I sign? And by the way – what’s the investment?
Well – the investment is a pipe dream. It’s not real. There is no real investment which is that easy and simultaneously sure fire. Or is there?

A quick video on how to locate op-ed articles in the Wall Street Journal using ProQuest’s command line search.

A Gentleman by the Name of Hayes, wrote an Op Ed in the Wall Street Journal stating that Ronald Reagan’s rhetoric was underestimated by the Democrats and that is party why he won and that Obama is being underestimated now by the Republicans in the same way. I beg to differ, and will go toe-to-toe with anyone who wishes to join with Mr. Hayes to debate me on this topic, as he will need all the help he can get.

You see this Op Ed piece and Mr. Hayes fails to realize that Ronald Reagan was one of the best Governors that California ever had, he was President of the Screen Actors Guild prior to that, he also did talk radio for a year on politics. He was very wise, and accomplished in every regard. And he could back up his words quoting Milton Friedman, Henry Kissinger, and had an incredible array of topics that he could speak on for hours straight. To compare Mr. Obama with Ronald Reagan without considering these other points, is apples and oranges.

It is amazing the amount of Press that Obama is getting, and how often he makes mistakes while speaking, for instance the other day he stated that NAFTA was sending job overseas, wrong, over the borders okay, but that is not what he said. In fact, in OH he says NAFTA is a mistake, but in TX he will have to backtrack that when talking to the Longshoremen, and in El Paso, and in San Antonio where they send over to Mexico so many US Products. And its 65% Hispanic in San Antonio. There is a big difference between offering hope and giving lip service.

Oh sure, you can get away with it for a while, but what happens when you have to explain the cliches, or the positions behind your words? Then what? Ronald Reagan knew his stuff. Obama’s handlers will need to be very careful to make sure he sticks to the “chicken soup for the soul” routine, but its a long time until November, and the Media loves to build them up and tear them down. Oh you want me to back up my words do you? Okay how about Howard Dean and John Kerry? If the Democrats run Obama, they need to send him back to learn a few things to compete.

Besides we are talking about the United States of America, the greatest nation ever created in the history of mankind; 17 trillion dollar GDP, and 303 million people. There is a lot at stake here, this is not a joke, we need someone who can handle it and who gets it, but I just don’t get that from Obama.

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