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I've really enjoyed the extra cash made from tutoring high schoolers on the side. It's relatively easy to set up a website and start private tuition; I'd recommend it highly to anyone considering (or already) teaching.
If I were to do undergrad in the US, it'd be New Saint Andrew's College all the way.
As a BP shareholder, all I can say is good luck to Exxon in dealing with the Russians...
I've had enough of stock picking; going passive on a few global indices.
I expect Google to sell off Motorola's phone business, keeping the patents. I mean, Goog has ~25k employees; no way they're planning on payrolling Motorola's 20k engineers and staff - essentially doubling their workforce. They've got the patents they were after, now it's time to strip down and sell up.
10k/month? That's crazy; way more than I get tutoring pre-med kids in the UK
Thoughts on ARMH? Their licensing business model and huge expected growth in the mobile area are promising, but they're already trading at a P/E over 90...
Thanks a lot, this is really helpful! Quote: Originally Posted by asdf For US value: IWD, IWS, IWN, IWW...and those are just the ishares options. For emerging markets, VWO is probably the cheapest but i didn't exactly shop around.
I'm looking to buy a few long term indices - specifically ones that tracks small, value US companies and emerging markets. Anyone know any? Edit: Passively managed!
Actually looking for a long term hold: the recently announced N9 showcases their hardware chops, and the WP7 software tie in could bring them back to competitiveness. Current P/E of 8.53 aint too bad either. Quote: Originally Posted by javyn Please say you are considering SHORTING Nokia.... Or are you more like saying it's currently oversold and you are looking to make a quick in and out buck?
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