Your Questions About Internet Marketing News

George asks…

What is the value of The Millennium Coin Collection from the Franklin mint?

I have looked all over the internet for the past couple hours and can not find any information about it. It is in a wooden case with doors that open to the coins inside that are in plastic ‘cards’ with information about each coin written on each one. It has green marble looking pillars on each side of the doors. Sorry for my ignorance it is the best description I can give. I’m sure its supposed to resemble a government building or something.

barry0912 answers:

Franklin Mint items have never done well on the secondary market. They charged to much for the items. They also didn’t really make the coins and mostly medals, for the coin collector. They went after the history buff and people who thought since it is silver, it has to go up in value. It did, bit noway near what was paid for them. They also took real inexpensive world coins and packaged them nice and charged outrages prices. They had great packaging, but items of little value or over priced items. You may not be able to find out what they are worth, because few people would be willing to buy them. Private mint issues and buying on TV, are two things to keep away from when it comes to coins. I do believe there is a book out there on Franklin mint items, I don’t know if it has a price guide or not. Check your library. I wish I had better news for you.

Robert asks…

What will happen to the economy if the Market totally crashes, will the banks crash with it?

The Market has been going down at least 200 points every day for a week, what is the worst that can happen, ?
And now on the news they said it is worse than 9/11.Disaster,
if the banks get nationalized, will that help or make it worse?

barry0912 answers:

The World Markets will crash as well, bringing on the Great Depression,
America will go under, because America has had it do good for so long, we will not be able to stand in breadlines for 8 hours,….or go without an IPod, there will be no more internet!
How will everybody deal with that?

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Your Questions About Title Insurance


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Joseph asks…

Do we need to get a new title insurance when we refinance our home mortgage loan?

We bought a title insurance when we first got our home loan. We are now refinancing with another bank and they are requiring us to get a new title insurance. Is this right?

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barry0912 answers:

I work at a mortgage company, and most banks require title insurance for every mortgage that they underwrtie.

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Laura asks…

How important Is Personal Title Insurance ?

I am closing one house on 31st and my Closing attorney recommands me to take Personal Title Insuarnce ? My question is , Is Personal Title insurance necessary ? I smell something fishy here, does attorney get something if i take personal Title Insurance.

P.S I am first time home buyer.

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barry0912 answers:

Typically, when a property transfers ownership and a mortgage is put in place, there are two types of policies issued.
1. Mortgagee Policy (covers the lender’s mortgage and insures that it is the first, best lien on the property)
2. Owner’s Policy (covers the new owner’s interest in the property)

Think of it this way. You carry insurance on your car, in case there is an accident. The insurance pays for damages that may occur to your car in the future.

You (hopefully) will carry homeowner’s insurance, which will pay for damages to your house in case of a fire, etc in the future.

Your Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance protects you against things that may have happened in the past. You pay a one-time fee that is collected at closing, that insures that no one else holds any interest in your new property (except for the lender on your new mortgage). It is your proof that the chain of title was clear up until the date and time that you deed filed, and no one can claim that they are “owed” something from your home.

Examples:
1. A previous owner died, and one of the heirs did not get their portion of the proceeds from the sale of the property.

2. A previous owner divorced and their spouse did not get their half of the proceeds from the sale of the property.

3. A lien was filed against a prior owner that was never paid off and released.

If, in the future, you decide to refinance or sell the property, a new title search may be done. Chances are that a different examiner will do the search. If they come across something that shows a problem with your title prior to the date/time your deed filed, the owner’s policy protects you against that claim. You can file a claim against the underwriter who issues the owner’s policy for payment of any losses incurred.

Get an owner’s policy, and keep it with your important documents.

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing News

Laura asks…

What do you think of this (see below)? Is this one of those ‘there goes the neighborhood things?

Microsoft Corp. is making an unsolicited $44.6 billion offer for Yahoo Inc., an Internet icon and one the best known Web portals, in a move to boost its competitive edge against Google Inc. in the online services market.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080201/ap_on_hi_te/microsoft_yahoo_12

barry0912 answers:

Almost sounds like it. Seems that everything MS gets its claws on turns to mud. Not sure what all might be changed, but I hope they do not change Yahoo e-mail into hotmail. I think forums such as this could easily evaporate as well.

Joseph asks…

Is Rupert Murdock the greatest capitalist ever?

The Rupert Murdoch machine (AKA News Corp.)…

Film

Twentieth Century Fox
Twentieth Century Fox Español
Twentieth Century Fox International
Twentieth Century Fox Television
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Fox Studios Australia
Fox Studios Baja
Fox Studios Los Angeles
Fox Television Studios

Television
Broadcast/Production assets
20th Century Fox Television
20th Television
bTV
Foxtel
Fox Broadcasting Company
Fox International Channels Italy
Fox Kids (1990-2002)
Fox Sports Australia
Fox Telecolombia
Fox Television Stations
Fox Television Studios
Imedi TV
Latvijas Neatkarīgā Televīzija
MyNetworkTV
STAR TV
TV5 Rīga

Cable Assets
Big Ten Network (49%)
Fox Business Network
Fox College Sports
Fox Movie Channel
Fox News Channel
Fox Soccer Channel
Fox Sports Enterprises
Fox Sports en Español
Fox Sports Net
FUEL TV
FX Networks
Fox Reality
National Geographic Channel (50%)
National Geographic Channel UK (50%)
Speed Channel
SportSouth
LAPTV (Latin America — co-owned with Paramount Pictures/Viacom, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/MGM Holdings and Universal Studios/NBC Universal)
Telecine (Brazil — co-owned with Globosat Canais, Paramount Pictures, MGM, Universal Studios and DreamWorks);
Direct broadcast satellite Assets
BSkyB (39.1%)
Sky Deutschland (39.96%)
SKY Italia
SKY Network Television (43.65%)
Tata Sky (20%)

Internet
Fox Interactive Media
AmericanIdol.com
AskMen.com
Fox.com
Foxsports.com
GameSpy
Hulu.com
kSolo
IGN
Drownedinsound.com
MySpace
MyNetworktv.com
NewRoo.com
Strategicdatacorp.com
Photobucket.com
Rotten Tomatoes
Scout.com
SpringWidgets
WhatIfSports

Beliefnet
News Digital Media
Slingshot Labs

Magazines and Inserts
InsideOut
donna hay
News America Marketing
SmartSource

Newspapers and Information Services
United Kingdom
News International
The Sun
News of the World
The Times
Sunday Times
thelondonpaper (a free newspaper)

Australasia
News Limited
The Daily Telegraph (Sydney)
The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney)
The Australian (national)
The Weekend Australian (national)
The Advertiser (Adelaide)
Sunday Mail (Adelaide)
The Sunday Times (Perth)
Herald Sun (Melbourne)
Sunday Herald Sun (Melbourne)
mX (Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane)
The Courier-Mail (Brisbane)
The Cairns Post (Cairns, Queensland)
Geelong Advertiser
Gold Coast Bulletin
The Mercury and Sunday Tasmanian (Hobart)
Northern Territory News (Darwin)
The Sunday Territorian (Darwin)
Australian Associated Press (45%)

New Zealand
Sunday Star-Times Why does this link claim Sunday Star-Times is a Fairfax-owned paper?

Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea Post-Courier

Fiji
The Fiji Times

United States
New York Post
Community Newspaper Group
The Brooklyn Paper
Courier-Life Publications
TimesLedger Newspapers
Bronx Times Reporter Inc.

International
Dow Jones & Company
Consumer Media Group
The Wall Street Journal – the leading US financial newspaper.
Wall Street Journal Europe
Wall Street Journal Asia
Barron’s – weekly financial markets magazine.
Marketwatch – Financial news and information website.
Far Eastern Economic Review
Financial News
Enterprise Media Group
Dow Jones Newswires – global, real-time news and information provider.
Factiva – provides business news and information together with content delivery tools and services.
Dow Jones Indexes – stock market indexes and indicators, including the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Dow Jones Financial Information Services — produces databases, electronic media, newsletters, conferences, directories, and other information services on specialised markets and industry sectors.
Betten Financial News — leading Dutch language financial and economic news service.

Local Media Group
Dow Jones Local Media Group (formerly Ottaway Community Newspapers) – 8 daily and 15 weekly regional newspapers.
Strategic Alliances

STOXX (33%) – joint venture with Deutsche Boerse and SWG Group for the development and distribution of Dow Jones STOXX indices.
Vedomosti (33%) – Russia’s leading financial newspaper (joint venture with Financial Times and Independent Media).
SmartMoney (50%)
FiLife.com (50%)

Books
HarperCollins
HarperCollins India (40%) joint venture with India Today Group
Zondervan Publishing
Youth Specialties — organisation helping youth workers worldwide through training seminars and conventions, resources and the internet.
Inspirio — religious gift production.
US TV outlets (Direct Ownership in Bold)

Alabama
Birmingham – WBRC-TV 6
Huntsville – WZDX 54
Mobile – WALA-TV 10
Montgomery – WCOV-TV 20
Ozark (Dothan) – WDFX-TV 34

Alaska
Anchorage – KTBY 4
Fairbanks – KFXF 7

Arizona
Phoenix – KSAZ-TV 10
Tucson – KMSB-TV 11

Arkansas
Fort Smith – KFTA-TV 24
Little Rock – KLRT-TV 16

California
Bakersfield – KBFX-CA 58
El Centro – KECY-TV 9
Eureka – KBVU 29
Indio (Palm Springs) – KDFX-CA 33
Los Angeles – KTTV 11
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barry0912 answers:

Yes, he controls all media.

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Your Questions About Internet Marketing News

Sharon asks…

what should i do in office once completing all my work?

mostly in mid of month between 15th to 20th my work load is less and i find lot free time.how do i spend this time usefully & interesting…..i am a Engineer, stock trader, doing my MBA,having unlimeted access to internet….etc so till me what shall i do is there any e-site that can provide interesting information,learnings,..study material to improve my soft skill,technincal skill,stock market news..etc…or any other activity that make me engaged.

barry0912 answers:

You should use the leisure time to find ways and means of coming up in the organisation.

Robert asks…

Which company must be chosen to work on an investment research paper?

Currently working on an investment research paper as a part of of our requirements in a course. I am choosing between working the paper on a mining company and a universal bank.

The mining company is well-known, and I believe its securities are known and being traded world-wide. Its securities are included in the Active Stocks of the stock exchange of our country. Seems that I would be able to gather a lot of information from the internet, news, and other resources. My only problem doing research for it is that I do not know how to add some things related to the pricing of its commodities. I believe that the prices move together with the world markets.

The universal bank, on the other hand, is well known to the country. Its shares are not included in the Active Stocks. It seems to me that I have lesser resources of information than that of the mining company. I am a little bit familiar with the operations of a bank.

Please help me which of them to choose to work on the paper. Thank you. =)

barry0912 answers:

Mining companies own land or mineral rights in areas rich in mineral deposits. They extract ore (rock containing the mineral) And refine it into some pure commodity such as copper, aluminum, iron or whatever. All commodities trade daily on the New York Mercantile exchange just like stocks trade daily on the NYSE. That is the price that they can sell the commodity for on any given day. The stock prices of these companies tend to move in relation to the commodity price.

Banks on the other hand have depositors that deposit money. They take that money and loan it out at a higher interest rate. The interest spread is theoretically their gross profit.

There is lots written on the internet about the big mining companies so I would choose that company.

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