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LinkedIn IPO heats up

May 18, 2011
The social networking site goes public tomorrow. Its stock price could say a lot about the tech bubble.
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Why did Google just borrow $3 billion?

May 17, 2011
For Google and other companies sitting on pile of cash, it may seem strange to offer corporate bonds right now. But, then again, now might be the best time to borrow money.
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Trust the government's "full faith and credit"

May 11, 2011
Question: As a US Government employee I have been buying US Savings Bonds at work for years. If the Congress does not raise the debt limit what...
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How'd they do that?

May 11, 2011
Have you noticed the amazing track record of the trading desks at the major banks?...
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To TIP or not to TIP

May 9, 2011
The Marketwatch headline grabbed my attention: Holding TIPS will make you poorer. It's by columnist Brett Arends....
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Could there be another Flash Crash?

May 6, 2011
Wall Street did normalize after the Dow dropped a harrowing 600 points in just a few minutes last year, but some investors say not enough is being done to prevent another Flash Crash.
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Reflections on twin daughters and the flash crash

May 6, 2011
Ross Levin is a certified financial planner and president Accredited Investors Inc., a fee-only wealth management firm. One of the nation's top...
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Abu Dhabi, Singapore commit to Glencore IPO

May 4, 2011
The world's largest commodities trader predicts it will raise more than $50 billion with the help of big government investors when it goes public later this month.
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Has a silver bubble gone bust?

May 4, 2011
U.S. silver futures plunged yesterday triggering losses across other commodity markets such as crude oil and gold.
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China's largest social network to launch IPO in U.S.

May 3, 2011
Renren, China's largest social network, is going public today in the U.S. The company has been called "the Facebook of China" but there's stiff competition from a slew of other social networks in the country.
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