OK, I am neck-deep in testers now (thanks, everyone!) so I'm off to bed. See everyone here in the a.m.!
Slope of Hope Blog Posts
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Get a Sneak Peek of My Invention
About a month ago, I invited Slopers to help me test a new trading-oriented, web-based product I was starting to create. Dozens of non-disclosure agreements crammed my mailbox, and those testers have been quite helpful at improving the product and putting it through the paces.
But I need more Slopers to participate! This product is getting really exciting, but I need more bodies on board.
Please download the SocialTrade NDA, read it, sign it (if you agree!), and either mail it to me or – – much, much preferred because of timeliness – – scan it and email it to me.
I really would appreciate having more folks joining to help with this exciting new product.
Final Thoughts on JP Morgan (by Mark St. Cyr)
I was having a discussion on the JP Morgan news and was asked 'How would you have advised them differently? After all one would assume they have at the ready the best consultants or public relations firms money can buy advising them.' Fair point, but the assumption that just because they have money to spend doesn't mean the value of the advice received will equal it. You can spend a near fortune obtaining worthless advice then spend nearly twice as much trying to repair the damage from the original investment. And the latter will always remain an open question of: 'If.'
The Giant Ponzi Scheme (by BBFinance)
Black swan of the financial world really exists. No, it has nothing to do with Euroland. Not even coming failure of Spain or Italy. Euro-Zone will survive even if Greece or Portugal exits. It will lurch from one crisis to another and it is not going to get any better either.