Tuesday, September 23, 2014 Elul 28, 5774
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Money Maven with Craig G. Langweler
As a retiree, I am overweighted in bonds because of my need for income. Because I've been told bond prices go down when interest rises, how can I protect my principal from eroding? R.C. Philadelphia Not long ago, many investors were concerned with rising interest rates. In fact, the No. 1 perception in the market has been that rising interest...
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Clifford D. Schlesinger, JE Feature
Do you remember those advertisements from sunny Florida, where the spokesperson said, "Orange juice - it isn't just for breakfast anymore." The sponsors identified that it was a myth that a person could only drink orange juice in the morning and dispelled it with a catchy slogan. Another such myth is that endowment giving is only for the very wealthy...
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Investing with Fred D. Snitzer
A demographic tidal wave of aging baby-boomers, fast approaching age 65, is set to dive headfirst into retirement. A majority of them have worked hard for the past 40 years and, through diligent savings and some luck, have accumulated a modest but sizable nest egg. Having enjoyed their lives so far, they plan on enjoying their retirement as well, and...
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Michael Trantas, JE Feature
Passwords have been getting bad hype these days - and for good reason. With "phishing" scams and "keystroke logger" virus transmittals on the rise, identity theft and fraud losses have become a major issue for computer-users. According to the Federal Trade Commission, in 2003 there were an estimated 10 million identity-theft victims in the United States at a cost of...
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A brand-new, amenity-rich Main Line condominium project boasts a flush year, with room to grow
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Greg Salisbury, JE Feature
J. Brian O'Neill has some packing tips for anyone planning to buy one of the one-, two- or three-bedroom units at Corinthian, the Main Line's first condominium project to be built in 20 years (thanks in no small part to recent changes in Lower Merion Township's zoning laws, which eased restrictions on developing multifamily construction): "All you need are clothes...
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