Mixed Reactions From G-20 Summit

Apr 07, 09 Mixed Reactions From G-20 Summit

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Welcome to the number one recession survival blog! Sign up for our RSS feed and follow us on Twitter to get the most out of the information provided here. Thanks for joining us! Tweet While there were no definitive breakthroughs for Mr. Obama, and a few diplomatic faux pas,...

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Recession Religion

Mar 25, 09 Recession Religion

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Tweet Last Sunday, my pastor preached a wonderful sermon about the psychological, sociological, ecological and theological implications of the current economic crisis, using Psalm 46: 1-4 as the foundation for his message: God is our refuge and strength, a very present...

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Economy Continues To Tumble

Tweet The economy continues its terrible tumble into the abyss.  Yesterday, stocks fell by approximately 3% because of less than stellar, or if you will, worse than expected, economic news.  Retail sales fell 2.7% from November to December.  This decrease is double what...

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While Obama’s Rhetoric Soars, His Plan Comes Up Short

Tweet My favorite economist thinks President-Elect Obama’s proposed economic stimulus plan is insufficient.  Paul Krugman writes in today’s New York Times, “The economic plan he’s offering isn’t as strong as his language about the economic threat.  In fact, it...

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Simple Ways To Increase Your Savings

Tweet Hustlers don’t sleep n**** we work the grave shift F*** that long money n**** get paid quick And don’t save sh*t —The Game, “Let Us Live” Sound familiar?  Back in the days, that was my mantra.  I couldn’t wait until I got paid on Friday.  I would leave...

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Welcome all Visitors and Subscribers!

Dec 14, 08 Welcome all Visitors and Subscribers!

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Tweet Welcome to Surviving The Recession dot net, your personal, financial advisory hub including instructional guidelines, tips, and pertinent advice leading to an unexpected financial advantage through surprisingly favorable economically encouraging statistics during...

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