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We have all heard that “institutions” or the “big boys” are the major influence in the stock market. This concept gives way the nebulous idea that somehow and someway these “professional investors”, who influence large amounts of money, act in concert to drive stock prices up and down. W...Read More
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Jeanne Krile, Angie Johnson and Lisa Gale are three wise women who are helping students and their families. Gale is a mother who asked important questions about Minnesota’s Postsecondary Enrollment Options. Johnson and Krile are Minnesota Department of Education employees who responded swiftly to ...Read More
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Common buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) is a restricted noxious weed in Minnesota. It was brought to Minnesota as a hedge plant and decorative shrub. It escaped and is now found in nearly every Minnesota county, including Anoka....Read More
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Last week my son turned 11 years old. He is definitely growing. Besides all the clothing that no longer fits him, I can see his bike is too small. I noticed the issue as we were cleaning the garage. Should I again hang it from the ceiling for another winter? I don’t really want to store a bike to...Read More
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When Rev. T. F. Allen of the Methodist Episcopal Church read William Stead’s 1894 book, What if Christ Came to Chicago, he wondered what Anokans would say about Christ’s reaction if he came here. What would he commend or condemn? So Allen surveyed Anokans on these questions....Read More
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One of the most common theories that seek to forecast stock prices is the Dow Theory. The theory interprets the interaction of the Dow Jones industrial and Transportation averages. Its principles were formulated by Charles Dow and S. A. Nelson at the turn of the last century and popularized by Will...Read More
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