Justin Bieber's popularity is hitting an all-time high around the world. Unfortunately, he/she is a sheltered adolescent surrounded by a fawning entourage and legions of highly-paid people whose job it is to tell him how great things are.
TORONTO — Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty says he’s asked union leaders to allow teachers to resume extracurricular activities in public schools across the province.
He says he received no assurances that the voluntary activities would be restored, but he wanted to reach out personally to see if they could find a way to move ahead.
Two unions representing public elementary and high school teachers were outraged Thursday by his government’s decision to use a controversial anti-strike law to impose new two-year contracts on their 126,000 members.
By Rougemont: A major market correction has created much lower stock prices, and many insiders are taking advantage of this opportunity. The amount of insider buying has surged recently. When you see insider buying at depressed prices, it often means the shares are oversold and offer great long term value. Some of these stocks look like good investments for the future, while others seem to be better as a short term trading opportunity. All of these stocks are trading well below the 52 week highs.
eChristian Investing submits:2010 has been fairly disappointing to investors following the huge market gains experienced in 2009. Sure the Dow Jones index is only down 1% for the year, but 18 of the 30 Dow components have posted losses in 2010. Standout performers from 2009, like Alcoa (AA) and Microsoft (MSFT), have delivered horrible returns to investors this year.Fortunately, the top Dow dividend stocks have outperformed the broader market.
A major market correction is creating some new stock bargains that insiders are taking advantage of at several companies. The amount of insider buying has surged in the last few days, and a new article from CNNmoney states:
Corporate insiders are rushing to buy shares in their companies, suggesting that they think the recent sell-off in their stocks is overdone.