Operation Compliance: Detroit’s Slaughtering of American Businesses?

Detroit, Detroit's Slaughtering of American Businesses
I heard about this video on one of my favorite podcast’s: ‘Creating Wealth’ with Jason Hartman.  This video epitomizes how foolish the brass is in Detroit, how they are beating up on businesses and ultimately driving tax dollars away from the city.  It is no wonder Detroit is in fiscal ruins and the prospects for a brighter future are as likely as a Tea Party convention hosted...
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Even Buffett Digs Single Family Homes

Buffett Digs Single Family Homes
This is a clip from 2012, so I consider it quite promising for the housing market, if the Oracle of Omaha digs single family homes as an investment.  He would like to buy a “couple hundred thousand” of them, as a way of shorting the dollar.  Never looked at it that way, but he is right.  The value of a dollar is going down, yet the historical value of real estate goes up.  In a sense,...
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How To Increase Your Chances of Getting a Job in This Economy

Increase Your Chances of Getting a Job, employment, career, job seeker
It’s no secret that it’s extremely difficult to get a job in this economy. Yet, there are several tactics you can use to set your application apart from the rest. From utilizing new technology to bettering your skill set, here’s how you can ensure that the next job you apply for will be the one you get. Create An Online Portfolio In order to set yourself apart from the crowd, create...
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Conquering The Economy: Why Hard Works Beats Intelligence

Conquering The Economy, job hunting, employment
Finding a job and/or keeping a job in this economy has little to do with how smart we are. It has everything to do with our perseverance and our ability to perform. There are a few exceptions to this rule (Dr. House on the popular TV show “House” comes to mind, but then again, he’s a fictional character.) Thus, most of us have to rely on our creativity, ingenuity, and unfailing work ethic if...
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The 1% | What The Media And Occupy Wall Street Don’t Tell You

The 1%, occupy wall street, media
The 1%, which is the moniker for the uber wealthy whom have allegedly stolen their lot from the 99%, has received extreme criticism in the past couple years.  The Occupy Wall Street protests brought this socioeconomic class into mainstream scrutiny.  Granted there are some real crooks that fit into this group, but lets not throw the baby out with the bath water.  Not until we provide a little food...
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