Monthly Archives: May 2010
My New Official Facebook page is available http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jamie-McIntyre-Official-Fan-Page/126443424035435
My New Official Facebook page is available
Hello Friends, As you may know my original Facebook Fan Page has been HACKED and compromised. I will be messaging fans over the next few days with a link to the new fan page. I will be asking Face book to shut the other page down once I have done so. I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you. I have created this NEW OFFICIAL Jamie McIntyre page and I look forward to reconnecting with all of you there My new fan page can be found at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jamie-McIntyre-Official-Fan-Page/126443424035435 Jamie Read more [...]
This is a great article with some valuable lessons. Australias over taxed welfare state could learn a lot from this. I would like to know your thoughts. Reform and Prosperity in Post-war West Germany In 1945 at the end of the WW II there was no nation on earth more devastated than West Germany - ports, rivers and canals clogged with sunken ships, sunken barges, railways and communications devastated, six million of her most capable young men killed in battle, six million of her most productive Read more [...]
The current Greek sovereign debt crisis should not come as a surprise. In the know investors have been predicting this for some time.
I'm constantly surprised when many investors find themselves caught off guard by volatile events in the market such as the Sovereign Debt Crisis that's taking grip right now. Where the in the know investors have been expecting this to occur and some like myself warning it’s been coming for some time. As an investor nobody can predict the future but with some solid financial education and a grasp of fundamentals you can at least pre-empt the future and thus turn a crisis into an opportunity, Read more [...]
The Melbourne Storm may have cheated the salary cap but it’s the NRL’s CEO David Gallop that is damaging the game.
The Melbourne Storm may have cheated the salary cap but it’s the NRL’s CEO David Gallop that is damaging the game. Maybe the days of sport belonging to the fans died back in the days of the Rugby League Super League war. Because David Gallop as CEO of the NRL is certainly not representing the fans of rugby league. His single handed action to strip two premierships from the Melbourne Storm is not only ludicrous, considering that one of the years they were only $200,000 over the cap and Read more [...]