Manarin Investment Counsel is excited to announce that the firm is officially operating at its new office building, five minutes ...
More Fun with Annuities
December 29, 2009
We came across this advertisement targeted to annuity salespeople in the December issue of InsuranceNewsNet Magazine and had to share.
Our favorite paragraph:
You don't need a securities license, or even any experience to use this program! The Trucker from Ohio had ZERO knowledge of this amazing new concept, and in only a few weeks was up to speed, making money, with every prospect having ASKED HIM to meet and buy the annuities!
Read the full issue online here.
Aron and I had a good chat with Joe Ruff recently at the World-Herald on what has taken place during the last 18 months in the market and economy.
December 14, 2009
More and more of the things we buy have gradually gone down in price over time. A great example of this is lasik surgery. Thanks to market competition and enhanced technology, the cost for this procedure is now significantly less than it once was.
Does it make sense to apply this same model to all areas of health care?
The below video from Reason TV argues that it does:
December 7, 2009
Watch the video here: CreightonBiz.tv
December 3, 2009
From the full article on Forbes.com:
To find cities that offer the most bang for the buck, we looked at the country's 100 largest Metropolitan Statistical Areas -- geographical entities defined by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, for use in collecting statistics across these measures: foreclosures as a percentage of home prices; vacancies; unemployment rates; three-year job growth forecast; a three-year home-price forecast; housing affordability; median real estate taxes; and median travel time to work.
Omaha topped this list in addition to being named the city best surviving the recession.
December 2, 2009
This video shows you the facts and fallacies surrounding commonly used political terms and types of government. You must watch this to understand your future. History does repeat.