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We are promoting best deals ky, where you will find the best deals in town and on the Internet. Your hosts will be tim and Brent on the show... We tend to have a great time so please, join us for an exciting night of fun and savings....
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Tonight, we will be talking about alot of new items that are for sale. We will have our co-host tim and host Brent on air talking about the different items that are for sale. we would like to incurage our callers to call in to the station and tell us what they think they would like to hear about on the show. including but not limited to the different types of items that they may be interested in...
As we start into the shows we will learn more about our listeners and viewers. We want to talk about some very important topics but also want to know what topics you as a listener would like to talk about related to business and or shopping. so please also dont forget to like us on facebook at Best Deals KY.
We will see you at the show and hope to hear from our viewers and listeners, dont forget we will be giving away something interesting but you have to be caller number five to win the prize and you must listen to the show to hear the secret word of the evening...
This will be our first episode. We are Best Deals LLC also known as Best Deals KY on Facebook, we have just started our facebook page and now have over 430 likes already. that will change in a week as we are growing fast. we have been selling items on line at amazon and ebay. We have also sold to our followers on facebook. just recently we have decided to have a store front (physical Location Store Front).
We wanted to try out the blog talk radio, to sell our items on the show. we can take credit cards and paypal. our story is: we buy name brand General merchindise that ranges from several major retailers throughout the united states of america. we buy them at such a low rate where we can then turn around and pass the savings on to you. so we are going to see how the blog talk radio works.
Lastly, our schdule is as follows: Monday through Friday from 6:30PM to 7:30PM. Our first show will run approx: 45 minutes. Sometimes we may run over if we have customers interested in the items that we currently as selling during the show, how this will work is, each item that we are describing, we will have pictures of those items on the show. That way when you are listening to the description of the item, you will be able to put a picture to the item.
Please by the end of the show we will ask you to like us on our facebook page at Best Deals KY. We look forward to seeing and/or hearing from you at the show you may also dial into the show to ask questions about the items that we are talking about.
When it comes to money, every little bit adds up. That's what everyone always says, but everyone also has their limits.
For instance, if you see a penny on the ground, these days, you wouldn't necessarily pick it up, even though, hey, it's free money.
You've probably also heard a dozen times the tired but true advice that if you gave up your daily drink from the local coffeehouse, you could save well over a thousand dollars a year.
There are all sorts of money-stretching strategies we can do — but probably don't. If you're looking for little ways to improve the health of your bank account, here are five ways you could get some more bang for your buck, if only you had more time or energy.
While lights are easy enough to remember to switch off, it can be easy to forget (or to feel it's not worth the bother) that you could also be unplugging your laptop, your PC, your DVD player, your microwave oven, cellphone charger and an array of other electronics when you aren't using them. Because your electronics, when plugged in and turned off, are still using electricity.
Fear continues to rock the U.S. stock market.
A 442-point surge for the Dow vanished at the end of the trading session Tuesday, the latest sign of how anxious markets have become about the health of the global economy.
At the end of yet another wild day of trading, the Dow actually ended with a loss of 205 points as fears continued to mount over China's slowing economy and its contagion effect on the rest of the world. Just in the last six trading days, the Dow has lost a total of nearly 1,900 points, or 11%.
Volatility remains elevated, signaling that more turbulence may lie ahead. Just look at CNNMoney's Fear & Greed Index, which is currently flashing "extreme fear."
"There's still fear around the edges. You need some signs that the market is stabilizing to reassure people it's not going to roll off the edge of a cliff and go tumbling down further," said Bruce McCain, chief investment strategist for Key Private Bank.
Looking for last-minute holiday travel deals? Rick Seaney at FareCompare.com has advice for flying during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.
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For investors, a brutal week ended Friday with prices plunging for stocks and commodities. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 531 to 16,460, a 3.12 percent drop.
Oil's tumble was especially notable. For a while, West Texas crude was trading below $40 a barrel — the first time that happened since March 2009. It finished at $40.45, marking an eight-week stretch of price declines — the longest losing streak since 1986.
Want to play it safe and just earn interest on your savings? Sorry. The yield on a 10-year Treasury note also fell, down to just 2.05 percent, the lowest level since April.
So what's an investor supposed to do?
Experts are mixed about the outlook. Some say not to worry too much: This downturn was an inevitable "correction," following one of the longest bull runs in U.S. history.
For example, the S&P 500 index of stocks has risen five out of the past six years. On Friday, it fell 3.19 percent to 1,971. But that's just a hair below where it was last year at this time. So if you have been invested for six years, you're still ahead of the game.
From this viewpoint, the August rout is just part of the typical "sawtooth" pattern that characterizes the stock market. Prices can zigzag up and down, up and down. Over time, you make money because you are patient, and assume the "down" zigs are smaller than the "up" zags.Instead of fretting, investors should be looking for opportunities to buy shares at low prices before they resume their climb.
Maybe this stock plunge signals something much worse than a simple correction. Maybe prices are plunging because a new global recession is taking hold, making any rebound impossible for a long time.
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