Inversion Tables Explained!

Gravity table is the other name of inversion table. An inversion table is basically a flat and padded platform on which a person has to lie. The person has to lie in such a way that his head will lower than his feet. In cushioned ankle braces, legs are held safely so that a person does not slide down. One…

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Reaction to ‘Retraction’

As all of you are probably aware there has been some choice words that have been said about the “Rookie Challange”.  Fidel came out and swallowed his pride and issued a ‘Retraction Statement’.  That move needs to be followed by others that have been trying to come to the fore front and put this issue at the center of attention. …

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Is this a good time to invest in Sirius?

Sirius Satellite Radio, Inc. (Nasdaq: SIRI) cut its third quarter loss to $120.1 million, or 8 cents per share, from $162.9 million, or 12 cents per share a year ago. Revenue for the quarter rose 45 percent to $241.8 million, but fell short of Wall Street’s expectations of 244.3 million. The New York-based company finished the quarter with 7.7 million,…

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MyWallSt Management

It seems that the Management is listening a little closer to the community, than we had previously thought. I may have went a bit overboard with my  “Weekly Winner? Rant”. The mistake was discovered,and corrected by the following morning. In addition, the Company seems to be catching up on the Prize payouts, as I have now received both of my $1,000.00 prizes. Not…

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Saving for Retirement

Today’s Baltimore Sun had a great article describing various ways someone in their 20’s can start saving for retirement. “Twenty somethings have an asset that can be more valuable than cash: time,” the article stated. The secret lies in compounded interest. A 25-year-old who starts saving $400 a month for 10 years, at a rate of 10 percent a year,…

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