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Not sure where to park your money? Follow Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki is the name synonym with personal-finance and has attracted millions of followers. His flagship product was definitely “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” book that has taken the world by storm. His other books titled “Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant” and “Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing” was equally good and hits the top 10 best-sellers. The […]

... written on Jun 09 2008

Apple 3G iPhone – Broadcom the winner?

Apple’s two bucks jump in the stock price Friday was primarily due to Dell Inc.’s strong earnings result that pushed up technology shares and the expectation that Apple Inc. is preparing for the much talked-about 3G iPhone launch. This time it’s for real considering that it was Apple itself that was spreading the news of […]

... written on May 31 2008

AAPL breached $184 with second hurdle at $192

One of the strategies to tell the speculators that they’re screwed with their greediness in making money by jacking up the oil prices is to boycott them. How? Use less fuel or stay at home. That’s precisely what happened during the Memorial Day when analysts predicted that people were going out less and with the […]

... written on May 28 2008

The Reflection of your Values, do you do Charity?

This weekend will be quite a happy one for most of the employees because Monday is a holiday – Wesak Day. There’s a saying which roughly translates to “On Monday staffs work like a worm but on Friday the staffs work like a dragon” – meaning your staffs are most unproductive on Monday and vice-versa […]

... written on May 17 2008

Apple ceased production of 8GB & 16GB, 3G coming soon

This can only happens during sales time at hypermarket such as Carrefour or Giant -limiting customers’ purchases. It appeared Apple Inc (Nasdaq: AAPL, stock) has ceased the production of the popular 8GB and 16GB iPhone models ahead of the earlier speculated new version that supports 3G networks. Therefore customers are allowed to purchase only one […]

... written on May 15 2008









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