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HiddenLevers - Scenario Analysis And Planning For Investors - 2 views

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    What happens to your portfolio if interest rates rise to 10%? What about if oil prices spike up to $150 per barrel? Do know what impact health care reform could have on your portfolio? HiddenLevers can help you answer these questions and much more! HiddenLevers ties together how different economic factors (levers) affect investments, empowering investors to plan for different economic scenarios. You can use HiddenLevers to test your portfolio against different scenarios, to find stocks which will perform well in a particular scenario, or to research investments and learn what factors might affect them.
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Intute - World Guide - Country comparison tool - 6 views

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    Our handy tool allows you to select up to four world countries or regions and compare demographic, geographic and economic data at the press of a button. Compare: Demographics and economics Population Population Growth Migration Life expectancy Gender ratio Age structure Birth rate Death rate GDP GDP per Capita GDP Growth Unemployment Labour force Area Coastline Boundaries Transport and comms Telephone Lines Mobile phones Radio stations TV stations Internet users Railways Highways Waterways Pipelines Ports and harbours Airports Heliports
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Google - Internet Stats - 0 views

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    This Google resource brings together the latest industry facts and insights. These have been collected from a number of third party sources covering a range of topics from macroscopic economic and media trends to how consumer behaviour and technology are changing over time.
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Interactive - National Geographic Magazine - 16 views

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    The map shows population density; the brightest points are the highest densities. Each country is colored according to its average annual gross national income per capita, using categories established by the World Bank (see key below). Some nations - like economic powerhouses China and India - have an especially wide range of incomes. But as the two most populous countries, both are lower middle class when income is averaged per capita. It's interesting, but the map is a little wonky, because the income levels and population densities differ in granularity. It kind of works. Kinda doesn't. There seems to be a lot of missing data - or does population density in northern Africa really drop off that quickly (it is desert land, albeit)? A little more explanation in the description or the legend would have been useful. There are also three other slides that follow the map (like the one below), but they're mostly just run-of-the-mill list of facts with cutesy icons to show percentages. Not a fan of those at all. Actually, they kind of bother me.
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Plagiarism Checker. Free Plagarism Detector. Online Duplicate Check. - 16 views

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    Plagiarism is as old as mankind. There was even a time, when imitation was the only way of carrying human knowledge over the generations. Today plagiarism causes economic damage in billions of dollars. Plagiat are nothing but theft of intellectual property of creative people and serve to make others rich. How to avoid plagiarism? Try our software - the solution for plagarism prevention!
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Social CRM Tools - 0 views

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    Internet Marketing for business development has been proven as a more efficient and more productive way of branding a business and for generating leads. Moreover, online marketing is a more economical way of promoting a company as compared to traditional tactics. Understanding the importance and impact of internet marketing on businesses, organizations are slowly moving towards this option of promotion. Implicitly, Social Media is becoming one of the major areas of internet marketing due to its popularity and user's activities round the clock.
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Bitcoin P2P Virtual Currency - 2 views

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    Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer currency. Peer-to-peer means that no central authority issues new money or tracks transactions. These tasks are managed collectively by the network.
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