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1 May 2011
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The Wall Street Journal Mobile Reader for iPhone, Blackberry and other mobile devices delivers the latest global news, financial events, market insights and information to keep you ahead of the curve. Get the information you depend on plus entertainment, culture and sports coverage when, where, and how you want it from the most credible source for news and information.
24 May 2011
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The Wall Street Journal Mobile Reader for iPhone, Blackberry and other mobile devices delivers the latest global news, financial events, market insights and information to keep you ahead of the curve. Get the information you depend on plus entertainment, culture and sports coverage when, where, and how you want it from the most credible source for news and information.
24 May 2011
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Today I would like to speak to you about Wall Street Equities Company Limited trading under the symbol WEQ.F -WEQ on the Deutsche Borse Stock exchange-Wall Street Equities Company Limited is an offshore holding company which operates much like an international hedge fund. The company specializes in acquiring companies and taking them public and in the interim pays dividends to its customers on each acquisition--HOT TOPICS from the company include- Their focus, which is primarily on real estate and revenue-based acquisitions which they in turn purchase at a deep discount-- The Company has a large following of broker networks, specializing in Debt instruments, and several connections to bank owned properties, which they feel are going to be key factors in generating the profits and revenues which in turn may increase the value of the company tremendously--The company also looks to make investments with established companies, each with over 90 day trading periods which Wall Street Equities projects to make approximately a 25-75% return based on its investment in a short time period. They also receive many investment opportunities in the leveraged buyout arena, with a combination of stock as currency or a stock swap with the entire issued and outstanding shares of the company they are acquiring, and a convertible debenture, or some sort of class A preferred share stock agreement with the company-- Keep in mind, they are looking at companies that have a proven track record of five years or five million dollars a year revenue-- Primarily they buy these companies at a 50 to 75% discount to book value--These are companies that are being spun off from other major conglomerates that no longer want this business in their portfolio or on their balance sheet--Wall Street Equities has a broker network in place, in addition to Mark Sutter being CEO and President with 25+ years in the Broker-Dealer and Investment Banking business-- Mark Sutter has a vast broker dealer network of established traders and brokers worldwide in the merger and acquisitions' business, which makes him a substantial asset for the company's overall success--For more information about Wall Street Equities Company Limited visit wallstreetequities****. ********************************* THIS IS NOT A RECOMMENDATION TO BUY OR SELL ANY SECURITY! Disclaimer: Never invest in any stock featured on our site or emails unless you can afford to lose your entire investment. crwenewswire**** publisher and its affiliates and contractors are not registered investment advisers or broker/dealers.Our disclaimer (Read more at *******www.crwenewswire****/disclaimer) is to be read and fully understood before using our site, reading our newsletter or joining our email list. Release of Liability: Through use of this website viewing or using, you agree to hold crwenewswire**** report and Crown Equity Holdings Inc. CRWE, its operators, shareholders, employees and/or contractors harmless and to completely release them from any and all liability due to any and all loss (monetary or otherwise), damages (monetary or otherwise) that you may occur. Rule 17B requires disclosure of payment for investor relations. Crown Equity Holdings Inc. (CRWE.OB) is a newswire as well as an IR and PR firm. Crown Equity Holdings Inc. (CRWE.OB), in some cases, provides media advertising and public awareness for both public and private companies, as well as disseminating news. As such, in some cases, when Crown Equity Holdings Inc. (CRWE.OB) advertises for a particular client, Crown Equity Holdings Inc. (CRWE.OB) charges an advertising fee which it must disclose under 17B. The fee may be in cash, in free trading stock or in restricted stock. Crown Equity Holdings Inc. (CRWE.OB), if paid in stock, can and may sell those securities during the advertising period. ********************************* THIS IS NOT A RECOMMENDATION TO BUY OR SELL ANY SECURITY! Disclaimer: Never invest in any stock featured on our site or emails unless you can afford to lose your entire investment. crwenewswire**** publisher and its affiliates and contractors are not registered investment advisers or broker/dealers.Our disclaimer (Read more at *******www.crwenewswire****/disclaimer) is to be read and fully understood before using our site, reading our newsletter or joining our email list. Release of Liability: Through use of this website viewing or using, you agree to hold crwenewswire**** report and Crown Equity Holdings Inc. CRWE, its operators, shareholders, employees and/or contractors harmless and to completely release them from any and all liability due to any and all loss (monetary or otherwise), damages (monetary or otherwise) that you may occur. Rule 17B requires disclosure of payment for investor relations. Crown Equity Holdings Inc. (CRWE.OB) is a newswire as well as an IR and PR firm. Crown Equity Holdings Inc. (CRWE.OB), in some cases, provides media advertising and public awareness for both public and private companies, as well as disseminating news. As such, in some cases, when Crown Equity Holdings Inc. (CRWE.OB) advertises for a particular client, Crown Equity Holdings Inc. (CRWE.OB) charges an advertising fee which it must disclose under 17B. The fee may be in cash, in free trading stock or in restricted stock. Crown Equity Holdings Inc. (CRWE.OB), if paid in stock, can and may sell those securities during the advertising period. Crown Equity Holdings Inc. (CRWE.OB) anticipates receiving five thousand dollars ($5,000) in cash from a third party for media advertisement services for Wall Street Equities Co. LTD (WEQ - WEQ.F)
28 May 2011
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Wall Street bounced back with sound gains on Tuesday. Talk about a potential agreement concerning the U.S. debt ceiling served improved risk appetite. The EUR/USD traded in a consolidated way. Gold is just a little off of its highs. The AUD obtained some strength. Housing info from the States fundamentally matched expectations. Quarterly income from Apple performed exceptionally well last night and this can help sentiment today. Even so, the German ZEW Economic Sentiment survey missed its approximation by a vast margin. Meaning Europe will continue to be significant in many respects. The E.U. debt situation continues to be a key matter and there are no guarantees that the U.S. Congress will successfully pass the most recent offer on federal spending. Presently the MPC Meeting Minutes will be introduced from the U.K. and the U.S. will bring forth Existing Home Sales. Yesterday’s favourable session, which produced some optimism, will certainly be put to the test by traders today.
20 Jul 2011
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Wall Street Unlocked offers Investment strategies for trading successfully, protecting wealth, asset management and portfolio growth. Which stocks to buy, how to buy stocks, how to invest in futures, how to buy gold, forms of gold, precious metals, investment guides and more.
5 Aug 2011
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*******watchdogonwallstreet**** The Watchdog on Wall Street talks with CNN about the current debt ceiling crisis and the downgrade of America's AAA+ credit rating. Christopher Markowski has carried the titles of author, investment banker, equity analyst, muckraker, all around trouble-maker, and most importantly consumer advocate. He is the founder of the financial planning firm Markowski Investments, an institution that provides the highest level of financial planning to all people regardless of their net-worth.
10 Aug 2011
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*******watchdogonwallstreet**** The Watchdog on Wall Street talks with CNN about the current debt ceiling crisis and the downgrade of America's AAA+ credit rating. Christopher Markowski has carried the titles of author, investment banker, equity analyst, muckraker, all around trouble-maker, and most importantly consumer advocate. He is the founder of the financial planning firm Markowski Investments, an institution that provides the highest level of financial planning to all people regardless of their net-worth.
10 Aug 2011
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*******watchdogonwallstreet**** "Watchdog on Wall Street" Chris Markowski discusses with a panel on HLN "Headline News" about America's problem with saving, is it the economy causing the problem or are we living beyond our means.
13 Aug 2011
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"Watchdog on Wall Street" Chris Markowski discusses the AAA+ credit rating downgrade, and how its probably the best thing to happen to America; and what it means for the US.
17 Aug 2011
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"Watchdog on Wall Street" Chris Markowski discusses the current Jobs Act that President Barack Obama proposed and it's potential impact on our economy and jobs in the US.
16 Sep 2011
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BY SHELLY YANG Wall Street’s looking a little different this weekend. More than 2,000 protesters from all over the country gathered in lower Manhattan to join the Occupy Wall Street Movement. “A protest on Wall Street. Police quickly set up barricades near the New York stock exchange after hearing about the protest plans on twitter. Some people called it the United States day of rage. According to organizers, the idea was to camp out for weeks, even months possibly as an expression of anger over the financial system they say favors the rich and powerful. At least two people were arrested. “ Most U.S. cable networks only briefly mentioned the event. And The Wall Street Journal had no coverage as of Sunday afternoon -- but Russian news outlet RT went in-depth. A protester told the network the group’s anger was targetted at Wall Street fat cats. “When the top 1% of wealth of this country controls political decisions, when the money that comes straight out of banks goes to bonuses instead of taking care of the problems we need and that same money goes to pay for politicians who make those decisions, people should be damn annoyed.” The Think Progress website concedes debates about the tactics and strategies behind an anti-Wall Street campaign might be warranted. It points out... “While many of the conservative defenders of Wall Street may be quick to portray protests ... as driven by envy of its wealth or far-left ideologies, the truth is that people have a very simple reason to be angry — because Wall Street’s actions made tens of millions of people dramatically poorer through no fault of their own.” The protest organizer AdBusters expects this campaign to be like the Tahrir Square moment of the Arab Spring. The site has a link to a live stream of the event on its website. But CNN questions about the impact. “CNN Money’s Julian Pepitone was in the middle of it today. She said it turned out felt way short of organizers’ expectations.” “The original call back in July from Adbusters magazine was for 90,000 people to show up, and a couple of weeks ago they kind of down say that asking for 20,000 people, but they certainly didn’t get that kind of turnout today.” But China’s Xinhua News Agency warns America that this is a warning sign. “The U.S. economy is so depressed at the moment and the employment rate keeps plummeting. If it can’t stop, it is not impossible for America to confront large-scale social unrest.” The protest organizers say they plan to occupy Wall Street for a couple months. But according to Bloomberg -- already -- on Day 2 -- their numbers had dwindled to a few hundred Sunday.
20 Sep 2011
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20 Sep 2011
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BY VICTORIA CRAIG You're watching multisource video political news analysis from Newsy. They’re fed up! And they want everyone to know it. The Occupy Wall Street movement is gaining momentum and has analysts and pundits asking: is Occupy Wall Street the new Tea Party of the left? “Ever since the dawn of the Tea Party, liberal activists have yearned for a revolution of their own.” (CNN) “They feel like this is bringing light into the left -- essentially bringing people excited and energized.” (Wall Street Journal) “The liberal media seized on the moment, possibly trying to make it their Tea Party moment.” (Fox News) And conservatives like House Majority Leader Eric Cantor say they're concerned. “I, for one, am increasingly concerned about the growing mobs occupying Wall Street and the other cities across the country.” (CSPAN) Adding fuel to the already blazing fire, politicians and celebrities are beginning to show their support for the Occupy Wall Street movement. Politico reports the movement has been gaining increasing attention from the media as well. “Coverage of the protests in the mainstream media has gotten progressively more serious. The New York Times’s initial review of the protest was a bit sneering, accusing them of trying to ‘pantomime progressivism.’ But by Thursday, sarcasm about the protests seemed to have gone a bit out of fashion.” Everywhere except here: “These are mostly college kids, okay? Most of them live off their parents. All dressed in protester sheets. Whipping it up. These protesters and knit caps and alpaca dirty pullovers.” But when the Tea Party started getting national attention -- liberal critics echoed the same sentiment. “Sometimes I really think this whole Tea Party thing is just an elaborate practical joke that everybody else is just pretending to take seriously and then one day when I’ve almost had enough, they’re all going to say ‘Surprise, it was just a gag!’” Finally, an analyst on MSNBC sees parallels between the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street, but says the liberal movement has work to do before it can see the same s uccess. “They’re still having trouble articulating specifically what they’re fighting for beyond, for instance, decrying that corporations quote have consistently outsourced labor and used that outsourcing as leverage to cut workers’ health care and pay.”
10 Oct 2011
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At first they claimed a media blackout. But now, Occupy Wall Street protesters are getting wall-to-wall press.
12 Oct 2011
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Alexander Efros, MBA, CPA presents a few things your Wall Street broker doesn't want you to know. Alexander Efros is the President and Founder of Athelon Wealth Management, an independent Fee-Only Registered Investment Adviser based in Staten Island, New York, which provides highly customized portfolio management services to individuals and businesses. For more information regarding Athelon Wealth Management, please visit *******athelonwealth****, send us an email at supportathelonwealth****, or give us a call at 347-706-1414. We're here to help! Would you like to see a video on a particular topic? If so, please let us know. We will create new videos based your requests and feedback.
13 Oct 2011
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