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Let the Games Begin!

19:00 01 May in Blog
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The Federal Reserve (“Fed”) has now entered into its fourth month of reducing the impact of quantitative easing on the economy.  The original theory behind quantitative easing was that if the Fed purchased bonds, it could sustain lower interest rates for borrowers. Therefore, more companies would...

Get By With A Little Help From Your Friends

20:30 24 April in Blog
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Big Firms Fill Funding Gap was the headline on April 22, 2014’s CFO Journal section of The Wall Street Journal.  The article confirms our predictions that the unintended consequence of Dodd-Frank is the reduction of capital available for small companies.  The article describes how large...

How Much Time Do You Have?

19:00 10 April in Blog
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Now that you’ve assessed your progress to date upon the close of the first quarter, its time to determine how much time you have to get going. In an article in the Wall Street Journal from April 1, 2014 entitled, “Creating A Path To Bankability,” the...

JOBs, JOBs, JOBs

17:12 13 March in Blog
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Last Friday the US Jobs report for January 2014 was published.  The economy created 175,000 new jobs in the month of January.  Economists expected this figure to be lower because of severe weather throughout the United States.  If the figure was smaller, the typical cycle...

Get In the Game!

19:00 06 March in Blog
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Last week, we wrote a funding support letter for one of Capstone Capital Group, LLC’s clients who submitted a bid on an opportunity with the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (“Port Authority”).  The company submitted their bid along with a letter of...

I’ll Have a Large Digital Pie, Hold the Anchovies

14:01 13 February in Blog
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Last Friday there was a Wall Street Journal article entitled “Apps Are Wrecking Mom-and-Pop Pizza Shops.”  The primary reason why independent pizza shops are losing business is their failure to develop methods of communicating with online and mobile technology.  Essentially, with purchase order factoring and...

Deceptive Headlines: Read the Fine Print

19:30 06 February in Blog
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A headline from the Money & Investing section of The Wall Street Journal on January 30, 2014 was “U.S. Banks Start to Ease Limits on Lending”.  What a casual observer would glean from such a headline is that the banks are open for new Business...

Look Out Below!

13:47 31 January in Blog
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Is your head spinning?  Depending on what you are reading, the economy is now declining after retail sales have been calculated for the holiday season.  Durable goods orders are down, new housing starts have slowed and car sales are expected to plummet.  Emerging markets...

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