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People know they should manage their investments. But how? Is having lunch with your “wealth manager” every 6 months enough? Admittedly, there is no certainty in investing, but there are better and worse ways to do it.
Towns in Western Massachusetts are resistant to running new natural gas pipelines through their region. Few are addressing the question of whether the region really needs new pipeline capacity. This issue is addressed in this article.
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XIN is an interesting Chinese real estate company listed on the NYSE. It gets much notoriety because its stock price is much lower than its financials suggest it should be. Its results for 2014 were just released. This article indicates what they mean.
There has been much speculation over how well the Xinyuan Real Estate Company (XIN) is really doing. More will be learned next Friday when the company reports on its 4th quarter of 2014. This article indicates what to look for.