7 ways to pay less for your investments

Don't spend more than you have to on mutual funds, exchange-traded funds or your retirement plan.

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Aug 6, 2014 8:36PM
The Fed is at record debt and the give away to the banks and wall street goes on. Will bankruptcy be on the way?
Sep 6, 2014 3:26PM

*** Hillary Announces on 9/4/14 That Global Warming Is The Most Urgent Challenge We Face *** 

Well look at that. It's Hillary Obozo Kerry Clinton ignoring ISIS, Ukraine, unemployment, record food stamp use, Putin, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, the tanking economy, the increase of part-time jobs, Obamacare, the IRS scandal, and a host of other problems much more important than non-existent global warming. Oh well, what difference does it make?

Sep 6, 2014 3:06PM
Hey here is a suggestion to save a whole ton of your money when you invest in that crocked rigged Dumbocrat and Republickian game down on old Wall Street, don't do it. Really it is that simple after having them pull the rug out from you in the 80s, 90s, and the big on in 2008 you would think that you would wake up and smell the stink. But like the movie Rounders where the guy loses all his money in a rigged Texas Holdem game that even he know is rigged, he can't help it, it is the thrill. So go ahead the next pulling event will be happening very shortly and if you love the drop of the coaster this one is for you, see you at the welfare office.
Aug 7, 2014 8:58AM
You can't pay less than I do on any of this phony investing.
Aug 7, 2014 9:53AM
Once again folks, be cautious....Remember yesterday, well this morning we opened up about 60 on the Dow until manipulators started to arrive and do their thing so we are up only 29 at the moment....Don't forget, these scumbags are not going to disappear and will do anything and everything in their power to bring indexes down as much as possible....Cheaters having a great couple of weeks...More later.
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