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Be Aware!

The World Stock Markets have been in a downward trend over the last few months and are continuing to fall.

This is similar to the early 2000's when the large financial collapses of Enron and Worldcom had the effect of decreasing confidence in the market. There are more Financial Collapses coming from the Sub Prime Mortgage problems and the direction of the US economy.

There are currently a number of examples of financial collapses from "OVER Priced" Companies and "more" coming.  Northern Rock (UK); Carlyle Capital (Netherlands) and Bear Stearns (US). With Bear Stearns the partial (39.5%) take over offer of $10 per share on 25th March 2008 from JP Morgan Chase is more than 80% less than the traded price ($75 range) in early March 2008.  In the deal the US Federal Reserve subject to certain terms also guaranteed $29 Billion of Bear Stearns loans..

Accounting standards and Companies treatment of these has come under close scrutiny and assessment. Even so, now more than ever it is critical that Companies be closely scrutinised on the basis of their Future Cash Flows for the capital they have got under their control.

Investors need to know
how to correctly evaluate a stock and the questions that they should have clear answers to prior to investing. Our report on Investors need to know clearly answers these needs in an easy to understand way.

The report on the The Enron Collapse is a "MUST READ" for all investors as it clearly identifies and clarifies what is wrong with the current financial system and shows how investors can identify Enron type companies and thus avoid future losses.

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