Author Archives: Stuart Stelzer

Morning Market Roundup (8/3/2012)

Subject: Eight Cheap Cars the Richest Americans Drive The wealthiest Americans are cheapskates, as least as far as their tastes in automobiles goes. Perhaps that is why some rich Americans ...
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Morning Market Roundup (8/2/2012)

Subject: The 11 States with the Highest Gas Prices Did your recent trip to the gas station feel like it took a higher toll than normal on your wallet? It ...
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Morning Market Roundup (8/1/2012)

Subject: Nine Great American Companies That Will Never Recover Many American companies have been lauded for their rapid rise to greatness, a process that sometimes takes less than a decade. ...
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Morning Market Roundup (7/31/2012)

Subject: 13 Awesome Sports the Olympics Killed Since the modern Summer Olympics began in Athens in 1896, the sporting events have changed with every game. As popularity of sports change, ...
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Morning Market Roundup (7/30/2012)

Subject: The Most Pessimistic Countries in the World War, economic crisis, poverty, disease and overpopulation threaten the well-being of people all over the planet, and yet most people are confident ...
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Morning Market Roundup (7/27/2012)

Subject: Nine States with the Most Payday Lending Payday loans -- small, short-term loans secured against a customer’s next paycheck -- are highly controversial. A new study from Pew Charitable ...
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Morning Market Roundup (7/26/2012)

Subject: Ten Ways You’ll Know The Recession Is Over When Gallup asked people about the state of the economy this spring, as a recovery appeared to have taken hold, the ...
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Morning Market Roundup (7/24/2012)

Subject: The 10 Cheapest Tickets in Baseball The Major League Baseball (MLB) season is in full swing, with the National League winning the All-Star game last week. We are now ...
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Morning Market Roundup (7/23/2012)

Subject: Ten States Where Young People Can’t Find Work Unemployment in the United States has been a hot-button issue since the Great Recession left millions out of work. While the ...
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Morning Market Roundup (7/20/2012)

Subject: Cities Where Homes Cost Less Than a Car For many Americans, homeownership is the epitome of living the American dream. Yet, in towns with high tumbling home prices and ...
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Morning Market Roundup (7/19/2012)

Subject: States with the Most Homes Underwater The housing market is projected to improve in the coming years -- albeit slowly. While the housing market in some states already may ...
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Morning Market Roundup (7/18/2012)

Subject: Countries Where People Work The Least As the global economic recovery grinds to a halt, many workers feel the increased pressure of holding on to their jobs and putting ...
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Morning Market Roundup (7/17/2012)

Subject: How New Yahoo! CEO Could Double Stock Price Yahoo!’s (NASDAQ: YHOO) new CEO, Marissa Mayer, worked at Google. So did AOL (NYSE: AOL) CEO Tim Armstrong, who took up ...
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Morning Market Roundup (7/16/2012)

Subject: America’s Biggest Advertisers The 10 largest advertisers in the United States spent $26.2 billion in 2011, according to Advertising Age, an advertising trade publication. While the number is huge, ...
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Morning Market Roundup (12/16/2011)

The percentage of Americans over the age of 18 who are married has dropped from 57% in 2000 to 51% in 2011, meaning married people could soon be in the ...
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