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Discussion in 'Finance, Investing & Economy' started by Footer Phooter, Mar 10, 2005.
Great! Then you can help me with my retirement portfolio. I need to know how to keep my money grubing family away from my riches.
buy low, sell high
This was suggested about a year ago by someone who wanted a place to drop hot stock tips. If this becomes that type of forum, it'll be gone faster than you can say "InTheNet".
Thems fightin words obie!
I do live in Detroit. hmm...they have to offer a better return than my 401k. I'll see if my accountant knows how to launder money. This may be a real possibility.
glad to see the forum, but I hope it really keeps to personal finance and the like.
It wasn't even an insult. I suppose I could've said "faster than you could say Chicago1871" but you can say "InTheNet" a lot faster than that.
I like money!
How's everyone here feel about frilly toothpicks? I'M FOR 'EM!
I'm renowned for my length.
International Finance Humor
An Asian man was trying to exchange yen for dollars and asks the American bank teller "Why it change? Yestoday I get two hunat dollar fo yen - today I get hunat eighty?"
The bank teller says, "Fluctuations."
The Asian man says, "Fluc you white guys too!"
So is this where you discuss economic aspects of politics, or does that stay in the main forum?
And that's the first page turn.
I say any topic or post that mentions a politician should be in the politics forum. The second you bring up a name, the threadgoes downhill instantly with personal attacks...
Hopefully the mods will enforce this, or something like it
Anything generally economic will fit here nicely.
Just to play devil's advocate...
1) The Ikea thread currently in the Politics forum: It's about goings-on at a very large multinational. Furthermore, it's about environmental changes that affect its customer-facing literature and quite possibly its international footprint.
However, the environmental changes at question are of a political nature. Most are. Those environmental changes could also have an effect on other multinationals. Politics or Economics?
2) Obviously a thread on the merits of ANWR oil-prospecting belongs in Politics. How about one on the merits of opening the stockpiled reserves though? Huge impact on the domestic economy. However, it's also a Bush v. Boxer debate.
Just a couple of things to think about...
Big thanks to the folks who got this forum going