Tag Archives: Financial Analysis

Financial Consulting

I apologize for the limited posts the past couple weeks. I dove head first into my business and things are going great. I have learned a lot and am having fun helping the companies I am working with. They seem … Continue reading

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Purchasing Power

I read a blog the other week that called our current times, The Age of Choice.   It was about all the information that is available now and the choices we can make because of this additional information.   They looked … Continue reading

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Response to the Pessimism

I felt like my last post was too pessimistic and I wanted to do another post with an idea I think would be good to stimulate the economy. In this current economic environment there is no good reason to spend … Continue reading

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2011 Pessimistic Predictions

I sat down with a client this week and discussed the current real estate climate, economy, and world politics and even through out some predictions for 2011.  We had a great conversation that got my mind stirring so I thought … Continue reading

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Trump’s The Art of the Deal

I just finished Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal. I’ve been looking for good business/finance/real estate books for the past couple months (and would love to hear about more) and while I didn’t know much about Donald Trump before … Continue reading

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Voting with your Dollar$

I just received my copy of The Better World Shopping Guide by Ellis Jones from Jetson Green.  This handbook is a great guide to flip through, especially in the Holiday Season when most are doing a little more shopping than … Continue reading

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New York City Building Codes

There are a number of changes in the New York City building code that will force construction in New York City to be more sustainable.  This means more opportunities for people with green building experience.  It also means that developments, buildings, offices and … Continue reading

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