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  • International stock funds in a world of hurt
  • Great artwork owned by con artists now on sale.
  • It’s ‘duck’ season for U.S. stock fund investors .

As the U.S. markets wind down the second quarter today, the S&P 500 is closing in on a 3.8% loss for the quarter and the Nasdaq is sitting at a loss of 5.7%, despite being up 3% for the month. Oil’s down 20% since the start of the quarter. What’s an investor to do? Don’t go digging for gold; Mark Hulbert writes today that the gold market has been so frustrating of late that even some contrarians are throwing in the towel.

We have our quarterly funds and ETFs review and outlook on MarketWatch today. Take a look at our report on international stock funds, bond funds and U.S. stock funds.

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USA Payday Forever Forecasts Delay Of Personal Finance Help Documents For …
News from Houston Chronicle:

Personal finance document development delayed, announces USA Payday Forever. These are the new documents meant for their payday loan website.

(PRWEB) June 30, 2012

Recently, USA Payday Forever announced that they are developing a new series of personal finance documentation meant to help customers understand how to handle their finances. However, they are now announcing that the development of these documents have to be put on a hold. USA Payday Forever has not released information pertaining to their reasons for the delay of these new documents, but they have assured customers that their regular payday loan services are still available.

Another important detail that USA Payday Forever revealed is that while the documents are being delayed they are putting their resources into the further development of their payday loan website. They have said that progress is slow on the redesign efforts of their website, which they have hired an outside firm to work on for them. They do not have an estimated time of arrival for this payday website redesign as of yet, but they have…………… continues on Houston Chronicle

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