Stock Correction May Have Much Further to Go

June 16, 2011 Eric Parnell http://seekingalpha.com/article/275284-stock-correction-may-have-much-further-to-go The stock market is vastly overvalued. While much has been made over the last few weeks about the current market correction, it’s merely a scratch on the surface when put into perspective. Sure we’re down 8%, but we’re still above the levels from just a few months ago in […]

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A Visual History of the Stock Market From 1996 – 2007

This article was published in November of 2007 http://genxfinance.com/a-visual-history-of-the-stock-market-from-1996-2007/ With the current volatility in the market, it causes people to begin questioning their investments and wondering where we’re headed. In my profession, I have to work with uneasy clients daily, and it can be difficult to remind them that the stock market is constantly moving […]

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Harlem Teen Killed After Argument

By Sean Gardiner and Alison Fox JUNE 15, 2011, 1:36 PM ET http://blogs.wsj.com/metropolis/2011/06/15/harlem-teen-killed-after-argument/tab/print/ A 15-year-old Manhattan boy who had survived a shooting just seven months ago was shot and killed on a the sidewalk outside the Peaceful Valley community garden in East Harlem late Tuesday night. Family members said that Juan Otero was heading to […]

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Giffords released from hospital; will continue outpatient therapy

By the CNN Wire Staff June 16, 2011 7:56 a.m. EDT http://www.cnn.com/2011/US/06/15/texas.giffords/index.html?hpt=hp_bn1 (CNN) — U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has been released from the hospital in Houston, Texas, and expects to begin outpatient treatment soon, according to a statement released Wednesday by TIRR Memorial Hermann. Giffords was shot in the head January 8 during a mass […]

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Another Delay for Museum of African Art

http://blogs.wsj.com/metropolis/2011/06/14/another-delay-for-museum-of-african-art/ By Pia Catton The opening of the Museum for African Art’s new building has been delayed again. The museum, which will be located at Fifth Ave and 110th Street, will now open in late 2012 instead of the previously announced late 2011. The Museum for African Art decided to delay the final stage of construction in […]

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After 90 Years, a Dictionary of an Ancient World

June 6, 2011 http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/07/science/07dictionary.html?ref=science By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD M. Spencer Green/Associated Press Martha Roth, dean of humanities at the University of Chicago, and Gil Stein, director of the Oriental Institute there.   Ninety years in the making, the 21-volume dictionary of the language of ancient Mesopotamia and its Babylonian and Assyrian dialects, unspoken for 2,000 years […]

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