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Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2008
Keep an eye on your investments
I work hard for my money. So, I keep a close eye on my investments. That means I monitor the stock market and read financial news.
These days, that's not much fun. But it's important to watch our investments. After all, our financial futures are at stake.
Bloomberg's site makes it easy to stay on top of financial news. You can read up on the latest headlines. Or dive right into stock positions.
If you're a beginning investor, make sure to check out the financial glossary. It will help familiarize you with all the important terms.
Others of you will head right for the calculators. These will help you make financial decisions and put your finances in perspective.
For example, you can see if debt consolidation is right for you. Calculate your net worth. Or, see how 401(k) contributions affect your take-home pay.
There's a lot of information on Bloomberg. I hope you put it to good use!
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