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SCAM ALERT: Paul Mampilly’s $7 Tech Stock Gamble and Other.

Another big red flashing light:  Mampilly does not appear to have written all the articles about his product.  These articles are called Google bombs. They’re flooding search engines with the results they want people to find. Legitimate companies almost never do that (especially not with a bunch of sites hosting basically the same article).  People who have the inside track on how to make a ton of money don’t sell it to anyone who has a credit card. They guard it carefully, sharing only with their most trusted friends and family. It’s human nature.

Gerri Walsh, senior vice president for FINRA’s Office of Investor Education and president of the FINRA Investor Education Foundation, explained FINRA’s commitment to investor protection and market integrity. She also discussed the findings of the National Financial Capability Study, released by the Foundation in July 2016.

With 5,000 founders and investors, more than 40 keynote and fireside sessions, and over 50 exhibiting startups, this is Startup Grind's largest event ever. Bringing together great content and great people in an incredible setting, injecting some custom-built networking technology, and topping it all off with an unrivalled feeling of intimacy is how we guarantee amazing business and an awesome time.

Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends. It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the ...

This rare word was chosen to represent 2011 because it described so much of the world around us. Tergiversate means "to change repeatedly one's attitude or opinions with respect to a cause, subject, etc." Editors at saw the stock market, political groups, and public opinion go through a roller coaster of change throughout 2011. And so, we named tergiversate the 2011 Word of the Year.

But among Democrats it is a different story altogether.  That same CNBC survey found that optimism about the economy on the left fell by more than half after the election.  At this point, it is sitting at just 16 percent .