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Entries from December 2008

MOB #70 – Amazon, Appliances & Real Estate

December 29th, 2008 · podcasts

This is the last episode of Millionaire or Bust for 2008. We covered a lot of ground in this show. Even though the week on Wall St. was shortened, there was a lot that happened. Of course, we had to start off by talking about oil, which bounced back above $37 despite the U.A.E. announcing […]

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MOB #69 – Auto Bailout, Oil Production Cut & Fed Rate Cut

December 22nd, 2008 · podcasts

On this episode of Millionaire or Bust, we covered the big three stories. We discussed the Fed reducing the benchmark rate to as low as zero, Bush providing loans to save the automakers and how oil did when OPEC announced a major production cut. We then discussed how gas prices edged lower after going up […]

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MOB #68 – Auto Bailout, Fraud & Homelessness

December 15th, 2008 · podcasts

On this episode of Millionaire or Bust, we give you the bad news before we give you the good news. This week, two more regional banks fail. One is in Georgia and the other is in Texas. We also discuss the state of the auto industry, the White House’s intention to bail them out and […]

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MOB #67 – Recession, Auto Bailout & the Twelve Days of Christmas

December 8th, 2008 · podcasts

On this episode of Millionaire or Bust, we dive right in with an update on the state of the recession. And yes we’ve been in a recession for a year now according to the announcement by the NBER. Of course, that was obvious to everyone who saw that Georgia Community Bank became the 23rd bank […]

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MOB #66 – Black Friday Shopping

December 1st, 2008 · podcasts

On this episode of Millionaire or Bust, we have plenty to talk about, as always. The majority of it revolves around shopping and Black Friday. So, we jump right into discussing how the holiday sales are for the small retailers. Then we get into buyer behavior on Black Friday including how consumers are spending. Unfortunately, […]

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