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    Social networking has allowed personal celebrity product endorsements to reach a ...
  4. The Best And Worst Olympic Financial Planning

    While the Olympic Games are the pinnacle of sport, they also hold the potential to ...
  5. Does A Gold Medal Guarantee Riches?

    For every Missy Franklin and Michael Phelps, there are many Olympic medalists who ...
  6. The Stock Market Loves The Olympics

    Over the last 26 Summer Olympics, the average rate of return of the DJIA during the ...
  1. Brazil Olympics: Trouble in Paradise?

    Get an in-depth look at the laundry list of unique problems in Brazil that may pose ...
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    The Chinese stock market has no history of short sales. However, in 2007, the Chinese government, in an effort to increase ...
  1. Host Nations That Owned The Podium At The Olympics

    These nations finished at or near the top of the medal table during the Olympic Games ...
  2. Most Expensive Events To Attend At The Olympics

    For a sports fan, attending the Olympics can be a dream come true, but it doesn't ...
  3. 5 Top-Grossing Olympic Athletes

    These Olympic superstars not only win plenty of medals, but they make a lot of money ...
  4. 5 Iconic Olympic Sponsors

    These companies are well-known Olympic Sponsors.
  5. Top 10 Financial Blessings Of 2009

    It's been a tough year for the broad economy, but the fact that we've emerged from ...
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