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While the U.S. economy is hardly on solid footing, the fact remains that as the world’s biggest and most influential economy, the U.S. doesn’t have to be running optimally to keep the global economy chugging along. Though, it would be nice if the U.S. economy would gain sustainable traction. Until then, we will have to be content with it’s glacial pace of recovery.

And it is slow. In 2012, gross domestic product (GDP) growth was 2.8% and in 2013, it slowed to just 1.9%. Things are expected to get better over the next two years. U.S. GDP growth is forecast to hit 2.8% in 2014... Read More

Around the globe, people are investing in this form of currency because of the promise of it providing wealth in the upcoming years. When you research this form of currency as a method of investment, there are some things that you need to know.

1. The value of the dinar is low 2. There is going to be a revaluation 3. Iraq holds the second largest oil reserve

All of these are reasons why it’s important to invest in the Iraqi currency now. People from the United States, Europe, and elsewhere are already investing in this currency because they see the value of what’s to come in the... Read More

After seven years practicing corporate finance and securities law for many natural resource issuers, Richard Coglon enjoyed enormous success with the creation, operation, and eventual sale of Velvet Explorations. But was that all she wrote for this lawyer-turned-venture-capitalist?

Richard Coglon explains, “During the operation of Velvet Explorations (1995 – 2000), I continued practicing law as a way to further my learning about the business side of the oil and gas sector. I also helped transition Transglobe Energy from a failed mining company (formerly Dust Mac Mines) to the respected... Read More

As a private investor or potential silent partner, you have funds you want to invest into a company in order to fund their growth, since funding their growth benefits them in terms of growing revenue, and in return you'll be repaid either in lifetime stocks in the company, or the return of your money via scheduled payments that also include some pretty sweet interest. Either way, you stand to gain a lot, but you need to know what companies to invest in. Don't overlook high-risk startups or struggling companies in favor of the safer companies and industries - sometimes those high-risk startups... Read More

Gold price seems to be rising very fast. All it means is there’s high demand for gold. The high price of this precious metal is exactly what is attracting many buyers and sellers of gold ornaments. There many different reasons like poor economy and huge drop in home values which are responsible for making your old gold jewelry the new standard pieces once again.

Since the price is nearly surpassing the previous records, you can see many people reaching refiners and jewelry stores to sell their old ornaments including scrap pieces. The only purpose is to take the maximum advantage of... Read More

According to a recent article published on businessinsider.com, online transactions for e-cigarette buying is expected to tick at least $500 million a year and already surpassed $1 billion in annual sales considering both traditional and digital retail channels. According to statisticbrain.com the annual sales for electronic cigarettes has grown to $500 million in 2012 as compared to $20 million in the year 2008 and expected to hit $1 billion in the year 2013. This on average is a growth of approximately $196 million of sales per year. So the figures speak for themselves and the market is really... Read More

Criminal Attorney Baltimore

Every couple years, it seems, there is a new effort to implement a law that would allow federal inmates to earn more good-time credit, and thereby shorten their sentences. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, a Republican from Utah, sponsored the latest effort, which was sent to the Judiciary Committee.

Under current law, a federal inmate receives up to 54 days off his sentence for good-time credit. This means BOP inmates serve about 85 percent of their actual sentences – a rate far higher than most state systems.

Chaffetz’ proposal would classify inmates... Read More

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