Today is Thursday, October 30, 2014

facebook twitter music linkedin digg delicious youtube rss

Posts

Wearing a Badge, and a Video Camera Wearing a Badge, and a Video Camera

The following is an excerpt from RANDALL STROSS | April 6, 2013 | Nytimes.com | HERE’S a fraught encounter: one police officer, one civilian and anger felt by one or both. Afterward, it may be hard to sort out who did what to whom. Now, some police departments are using miniaturized video cameras and their microphones to capture, in full detail, officers’ interactions with civilians. The cameras are so small that they can be attached to a collar, a cap or even ... Read More

No Comments

Ellen J. Kullman-Steering DuPont into the Future Ellen J. Kullman-Steering DuPont into the Future

Ellen J. Kullman is President and Chairman of the Board of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (“DuPont”) and a former director of General Motors. Forbes ranked her 7th in its 100 Most Powerful Women list in 2009. She is the 19th executive, and first woman, to lead the company in more than 208 years of DuPont history. THE BEGINNING OF DUPONT DuPont was founded in 1802 by Eleuthère Irénée du Pont, two years after he and his family left ... Read More

No Comments

The Options Guru–Enhancing Your Income… by Warren Kaplan The Options Guru–Enhancing Your Income… by Warren Kaplan

There is a way for investors to enhance their income from stocks. It is called “option writing,” and it’s about knowing the how and why. The most common mistake investors make is buying a stock without an objective. When I ask someone why he or she bought a particular stock, the common answer is that they bought it because they “hope” it will go up. OK, but up to what price? They don’t know. So I ask, well, for how long ... Read More

No Comments

MIKE DAVIS–Following the “Big Money” MIKE DAVIS–Following the “Big Money”

The unconventional market forecaster and Chairman of No Count Stay Out LLC talks with the Opportunist’s Managing Editor Leslie Stone about tracking Big Money to predict which way the market will go and why he uses his knowledge to help others. Mike Davis, by his own admission, is far from the typical broker or stock market analyst. “I am not your three-piece Armani suit,” he chuckles. “I have been a cowboy riding horses since I was three years old, and I ... Read More

No Comments

Why You Need A Financial Advisor…And How To Choose One Why You Need A Financial Advisor…And How To Choose One

By Phil Robertson When a friend won Florida's "Fantasy Five" lottery game a few years ago, he faced a quandary:  what  to do with $215,000. He had a good job, had a mortgage that was down to $50,000, had little credit debt, and drove a leased BMW. So, what was quandary? How to make the most of that "found" money. What did he do?  He called his bank and met with one of their financial advisors. Why? The answer may be best articulated ... Read More

No Comments

Small Cap Newsletters: How to Make Them Work for You Small Cap Newsletters: How to Make Them Work for You

By Kent J. Broussard  Favorable recommendations from investment newsletters can have a measurable impact on small and micro capitalization companies, resulting in immediate price appreciation and increased trading volume. The addition of this credible third-party endorsement adds significant value to emerging companies that often have little or no analyst following. There are an increasing number of newsletter editors who focus on smaller companies due to the segment's exceptional potential for high returns. Most editors are more than willing to review new ... Read More

No Comments
x