September 3rd, 2010
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Last week it was vacations, this week it's all about whether your house helps or hurts your investment in the current economic conditions! Quest and Ali are here in this Q & A-style news quiz. You choose the topic here on our blog, then every Thursday Richard and Ali have a go at it to see who can outsmart the other in the world of financial news.

Check out this week’s video (right up there) and when you finish, let us know what you’d like to see next week by leaving a comment (right below here).

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  1. Pagosa Springs Colorado

    green energy

    let the voice be with you

    September 26, 2010 at 8:03 pm |
  2. Incognito

    The question should be rephrased "to buy or not buy, now". It's no surprise stocks have performed better than homes over the last hundred years, as riskier investment should always outperform less risky ones in the long run. That's one of the main pillars of the modern finance theory – risk/return relationship.

    November 14, 2010 at 11:20 am |
  3. Joy

    I relaly don't like Win7. In fact, I relaly hate it.I am used to the directory structure of XP (I'm still a DOS user) and I can easily save my files and know where they are. In Win7, I have a difficult time finding where Win7 saved my file to. In that respect, I find Win7 very user un-friendly! I have found nothing in Win7 that is better than WinXP, except using a SSD, which I have on my desktop and relaly like. I bought a 2nd SSD for my laptop and hope to install in within the next few weeks (I've had it for several months now).Bring back the WinXP style and directory structure.

    July 29, 2012 at 5:32 am |

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