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 Which are the best tax-free muni bonds? I live in Florida. Thanks.?
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 If a Stock was in my name with a TOD is that considered in my estate?
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 Where do successful stock traders learn to trade?
I would like to take some courses to learn how to research and trade stocks, but I'm not sure what to look for. Any suggestions? Thank you!...


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 Everyone says...BUY Apple...Google...Yahoo...isn't that like too many people buying the same thing ?
Then all of it would go just straight UP.....right ..........what's wrong. Why isn't Google 900 right now ,Apple 120 next week....Don't give me the supply and DEMAND CRAP answer I�...


 What is the best online trading service/program and why?
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 compare and contrast the main models of the competitive market?
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 Has anyone heard of the 'Dogs of the Dow' system to investing in the stock market. Is it a good system?
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 What are some Good stocks I can Invest in for the Environment?
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 How old do you have to be to buy/sell stock?
I am seventeen and i am interested in stocks. Please only answer if you have played the market and know the answer....


 If you have 100K, how do you make money faster?
Save in the bank, buy a house or stock?...


 COP is buying back! what does that mean?
ConocoPhillips buy backs $1B!!!!! does that mean I should wait to buy thier stocks???? should I sell them??? what does it mean???...


 what is the diference betwen this two optinons @LLEAK-Q (2008 55.000 Call) and @YSDAK-Q (2008 55.000 Call)?
why the diference is almost twice the price of the first ...


 How much do people 30-35 have in their retirement accounts?
My wife and I have about $80,000 at this time. I am curious what other people/couples in their early 30's have....


 What are the powerball winning numbers going to be on the next draw?
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 HSBC Direct, ING Direct, Emigrant Direct, etc.?
Excluding the APY rates that I have already researched. Which is the best site in terms of ease of use and reliability. Thanks!...


 What do I need to do and have in order to apply for venture capital business funding to start a business.?
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 what is the difference between forex and futures commodity spread which has greater margin?
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 On my Yahoo stock portfolio I get a stock split alert that will not go away??
The alert is as follows: Alert: A split, merger or similar event has occurred. [Update your portfolio]. I click on the link, but no updates happen and the alert messasge remains listed on the ...


 How to start day trading on NSE stocks in India?
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Damian J
Investing in gold.?
when i have extra money i usally spend it on worthless goods. If everytime i had money i buy a 1 ounce gold bar would it be a good investment? What is the chance that the price of gold will go down and i will loose my money? And if i amount a good amount of gold (about 1kg) how easy would it be to sell it at a profit? Iam not worried about the storage as i would just store it in my house no problem. and i do not like stocks as i would like to have some physical gold. And how easy would it be to sell once i have a kilo.
                     




dinu_pawar
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invest in gold fund & trade in gold future with chart visit stockcharts.com & bulliondesk.com details on my blog


d1jensen
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If you are going to buy gold, buy gold coins. You can store them easier than bars. I am not sure you can buy bars unless you do it on the futures market and there you have a set minimum and if you take possession you will have to pay for storage. Gold coins are much easier to sell when you have possession. Also, gold can be volatile. Look back in the 80's when it hit an all time high. It tanked and didn't come back for years. Gold tends to perform best when there is either inflation or a bad economy. If you want to trade you can buy gold stocks like NEM (the ticker), Barrick Gold, FCX (it has copper and other stuff too), etc. I think NEM is the only company that doesn't hedge its gold exposure so it is more in tune to the movement of gold. Your risk of loss is the same as it is with any investment. I personally wouldn't buy gold, I would buy a gold stock ONLY when I thought inflation was coming and I would trade it. NOT buy and hold. Gold coins can be collector items so again you can take possession and hold it for years (if like the early 80's happens again it will take you years to make your money back). I see your latest notes that you want to hold gold. You should probably try looking up sites on the internet to see what you can actually buy. I know you can buy coins, but it sounds like you want to buy in a heavy weight. I just saw this site, but I do not know if it is any good. http://www.usagold.com/cpm/goldhelp.html


myersei
i'd look into a gold etf instead. check out ticker IAU. here's a chart. much more liquid than bars of gold, but then again, not as cool to line your basement with. http://finance.yahoo.com/charts#chart4:symbol=iau;range=2y;compare=^tyx;indicator=dividend+volume;charttype=line;crosshair=cross;logscale=on;source=undefined


Daniel B
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You can buy gold through an ETF that tracks gold. The ticker symbol: GLD. You can type it in on Yahoo Finance and see it your self. The ETF tracks the price of gold by 1/10th. If gold is at 680 an once each share is 68 bucks.


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