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Charles Schwab's New Guide to Financial Independence Completely Revised and Updated : Practical Solutions for Busy People
Charles Schwab's New Guide to Financial Independence Completely Revised and Updated : Practical Solutions for Busy People
“There are dozens of primers on investing, but Schwab’s is straightforward and carefully organized. . . . The glimmers of his personal life are gems. . . . By now, Schwab is a financial brand name, and the lessons from his rich life make for good reading—and good investing.” —Suze Orman, author of The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom

The biggest risk in investing is doing nothing. In the updated edition of this New York Times bestseller, Charles Schwab presents clear and simple lessons that will give readers the confidence they need to start down the road to financial independence. Schwab, one of the most trusted gurus in American investing, explains all the basics in a clear, easy-to-understand way.

This revised edition completely updates the book to take into consideration the substantial changes and fluctuations in the market in recent years. A significant amount of new material has been added, including a valuable section on performance monitoring, a key strategy that enables investors to measure the performance of their portfolios against objective benchmarks.

Using this excellent book, investors will learn how to:

• Define and set investment goals
• Prepare an investment plan, put it into action, and update it regularly
• Plan for their children’s education
• Cope effectively with the ups and downs of the market
• Plan for a comfortable retirement

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UNHCR News Story: UNHCR protection chief applauds Japan and South Korea, asks them to be better Asian role models
UNHCR News Story: UNHCR protection chief applauds Japan and South Korea, asks them to be better Asian role models
UNHCR protection chief applauds Japan and South Korea, asks them to be better Asian role models TOKYO, Japan, May 18 (UNHCR) – UNHCR's Assistant High Commissioner for Protection Erika Feller has applauded Japan's expanding hospitality towards refugees and called on South Korea to become a leading asylum country during a visit to the two Asian countries last week. Speaking to a packed Tokyo symposium on asylum in Japan last Friday, Feller acknowledged Japan's asylum space is getting bigger and said the fact that Japan will become a resettlement country is very positive. She added, however, that it can still be difficult for asylum seekers to enjoy basic rights and live decently in Japanese communities while waiting to be recognized as refugees. Feller stressed that detention practices needed to be reviewed. The Assistant High Commissioner said Japan has a refugee protection system in place, but suggested the country consider improving reception and assistance for asylum seekers, as well as better integration of refugees. "The system works for the present. Now there has to be real investment in asylum for the future in Japan," she said, adding that there were new challenges to adjust to, including the demands of global burden-sharing." Observers said the high turnout for the symposium, where Feller was the keynote speaker, was testimony to the growing interest of the Japanese public in refugee protection. Former UNHCR High Commissioner Sadako Ogata also spoke at the event about refugees, asylum seekers and foreign workers in Japan. Japan is not only a major donor to UNHCR, but also accepted 11,000 Indochinese refugees after the late 1970s. It has announced plans to become Asia's first resettlement country when it begins accepting Myanmar refugees from camps in Thailand under a pilot scheme next year. Earlier last week, on her first official visit to South Korea for UNHCR, Feller called for more support from both government authorities and the Korean public to become a leading asylum country in the region. "South Korea is a very important country in this region. It can offer very good examples to the rest of the region in terms of integrating protection cases. A lot of experience has been accumulated by helping North Koreans who come into South Korea," she said. "We hope that some of this experience will also be used to develop integration programs for third country nationals. We are looking to South Korea to play a leadership role in this region." She welcomed recent improvements such as new asylum legislation coming into effect in June that will grant the right to work to asylum seekers and humanitarian status holders. However, she still called for a "separate refugee law which would put in place a more comprehensive and reliable system for refugee protection in this country." By Yuki Moriya in Tokyo and Hye-Jeong Yoo in Seoul
Tom Roloff - Chief Operating Officer, EMC Consulting; EMC Corporation
Tom Roloff - Chief Operating Officer, EMC Consulting; EMC Corporation
Thomas P. Roloff is the Chief Operating Officer of EMC Consulting, EMC Corporation’s industry leading, information-centric consulting organization within EMC Global Services. With more than 2,000 consultants worldwide and established client relationships that include more than 50 percent of Global Fortune 500 companies, EMC Consulting combines objectivity with deep industry, business and technology skills and expertise to help customers get more value from their information and clear business impact from their information infrastructure investments. As the EMC Consulting lead, Roloff is responsible for driving the organization’s growth and delivering global leadership for its full range of capabilities across business, application, and infrastructure capabilities. Reporting to Howard Elias, President and Chief Operating Officer, EMC Information Infrastructure and Cloud Services, Roloff is based at EMC's corporate headquarters in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. Previously, Roloff served as Vice President of Strategy & Business Development for EMC Global Services, where he oversaw the evolution of EMC’s service catalog and the buy, build, and partner strategies to develop and deploy innovative solutions and services. His organization included the Global Services CTO, Marketing, M&A, and Partner strategy functions. Prior to EMC, Roloff was a Managing Director at Perot Systems, where he led strategy, business development, and consulting engagements in multiple vertical industries. He has also held key positions at CSC/Index and at General Electric. Roloff is a graduate of Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, and holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. He also holds a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. EMC is the world’s leading developer and provider of information infrastructure technology and solutions that enable organizations of all sizes to transform the way they compete and create value from their information.

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global investment solutions
The United States and Global Capital Shortages: The Problem and Possible Solutions
Gordon maintains that the United States must implement policy measures to reduce the large amounts of capital it is borrowing from the rest of the world—a problem she attributes, mainly, to low private savings rates and high federal budget deficits. She explains how the United States became a debtor nation, describes the changes in global capital markets that occurred in the 1980s, and analyzes the extent of global capital requirements, the drop in the U.S. savings rate, and the policy measures that could be taken to raise it. Unlike most discussions that focus on faulty international trade practices as a cause of U.S. deficits, Gordon places a large share of the responsibility on U.S. macroeconomic policies. Concise, readable, lucid, Gordon's book will be useful to professionals in banking and finance, and to academics and upper-level students of international business, finance, and economics.

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