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More Homeowners Drowning in Debt

Posted Fri, July 31, 2015
Google Images CNBC by Diana Olick Home prices are still rising, and the economy is improving, but the ills of the housing crash are far from cured: 7.4 million borrowers were still "seriously" underwater on their mortgages at the end of June, a...    view full article >>
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U.S. stocks fluctuate as Mondelez offsets Facebook

Posted Thu, July 30, 2015
Bloomberg by Joseph Ciolli U.S. stocks fluctuated as better-than-estimated earnings from Mondelez International Inc. helped offset results from Facebook Inc. and Procter & Gamble Co. that disappointed. Facebook dropped 2.3 percent after second-...    view full article >>
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Credit Suisse: Chinese Markets Are a Replay of the Late ’90s Booms

Posted Wed, July 29, 2015
Bloomberg Bloomberg by Luke Kawa Investors are flipping through old playbooks for stock market swings that most closely mimic the stunning surge and subsequent steep drop-off in Chinese equities over the past year as they attempt to guess wh...    view full article >>
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SandRidge Energy : warned its stock could be removed from NYSE

Posted Tue, July 28, 2015
The Oklahoman July 28--SandRidge Energy Inc. faces delisting from the New York Stock Exchange if its stock price does not improve significantly over the next six months, the company said Monday. The exchange notified the Oklahoma City oil and n...    view full article >>
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Sales of U.S. New Homes Unexpectedly Fall to Seven-Month Low

Posted Fri, July 24, 2015
Google Images Bloomberg by Victoria Stilwell Purchases of new U.S. homes unexpectedly retreated in June and prior readings were revised down, painting a picture of less robust improvement during the industry’s busiest time of yea...    view full article >>
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China no longer a global growth locomotive

Posted Thu, July 23, 2015
CNBC by Tom DiChristopher Mohamed El-Erian said Thursday he believes China can engineer a soft landing to its recent stock market woes, but the country's economic slowdown is raising a multitude of issues. "China is no longe...    view full article >>
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Greg K. Womack, CFP
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Greg formed Womack Investment Advisers Inc. in 2000 and has built his practice on the use of individ...

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