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Natalie Pace is the bestselling author of The Gratitude Game, The ABCs of Money and You Vs. Wall Street, which are "must-read financial bibles," according to readers. Adding a splash of green to Wall Street and transforming lives on Main Street for more than a decade.

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Stan the Annuity Man (expert) shares annuityville horror stories, such as a coupe who were paying $50,000+/year for their plan without even realizing it! The fees were above the annualized return... Learn how to read the fine print and determine what annuity, if any, is right for you. If you're having blind faith, the surrender fees, hidden fees and fine print of annuities could be a guilloutine to your nest egg! Topics we'll cover include: · Where an annuity fits in your portfolio · When not to buy an annuity · Mistakes people make when annuity shopping · History of annuities in the U.S. · The future of annuities Learn more about Stan the Annuity Man at: http://www.stantheannuityman.com/ Stan The Annuity Man is a nationally recognized annuity expert, and annuity critic. He has been called the national consumer advocate for annuities and a walking middle finger of annuity truth. Stan The Annuity Man is a weekly RetireMentor columnist for The Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch.com, and is the exclusive annuity contributor for About.com. His highly acclaimed book, The Annuity Stanifesto, is a top seller in its category and is known as the go-to-resource for all things annuity. Stan The Annuity Man has clients nationwide and is considered the top independent annuity agent in the country.
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Do you have money challenges? Are you using credit cards to make ends meet? Like 1/3 of Americans, are you in debt collections? Is your home still underwater? If you think that earning more is the answer, the sad truth is that wages have... more

March and April are typically two of the hottest months on Wall Street. Will 2015 be true to form? Can this 7-year bull market make it to 8? Will the summer scorch your returns? Learn which stocks to buy now, and how to better manage... more

Investor Alert: The Debt Ceiling was hit on March 15, 2015. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew began using ‘extraordinary means? to pay bills on March 16, 2015. In this teleconference, I'll discuss: * How long we can keep paying bills... more

Natalie Pace will discuss her 2015 Company of the Year. The 2013 Company of the Year tripled. More than 60% of the Company of the Year designations have gone on to double or more. Which company is poised to pop in 2015? For more... more

Join me as I interview Schwab CEO Marie Chandoha on all things money and where the economy and markets are headed in 2015. Marie A. Chandoha is president and CEO of Charles Schwab Investment Management, Inc. (CSIM),... more

Wall Street keeps roaring to new highs, however, most Americans are still on the sidelines. So what gives? Buybacks. Corporate buybacks are at an all-time high, which fuels gains in the markets and increased earnings at the same time. How... more

Join me as I interview RealtyTrac CEO Jamie Moyle and VP Daren Blomquist to discuss how foreclosures and short sales offer the best deals for home buyers and how you can get in on the action. Learn: * Just how much inventory is out... more

Republicans are now in charge of both Houses. Senator Mitch McConnell vows that Congress will pay bills and that there is no need to shut the government down. So, how will America deal with the $18 trillion in debt? Will the... more
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