Aprilia Falco:1000cc’s of fun comfort and sport in one package

  By Andy Ibbott, Bikenet.com Like Ducati, MotoGuzzi and Triumph, Aprilia believe that if you have a good engine why spend more time, effort and research money on a new one, when you can re-tune the one you’ve got and place it in a different chassis. Then you have a brand new bike for a […]
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Retirement & You

By Philip Kozloff, Kozloff Consulting Insurance can be such a boring subject that many will underestimate its importance to the risk management of your personal wealth. You must be alert to changing insurance requirements as your personal financial situation and appreciating asset values evolve. Besides life and medical insurance discussed last month, there are other […]
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“Stiffen the sinews summon up the blood disguise fair nature!”

By David Buik, Cantor Index Whether you are a sporting buff or a financial spread-betting acolyte, the month of June has been deeply frustrating – full of the “whips and scorns of time”, as that splendid son of Ann Hathaway from Stratford-upon-Avon would have us believe! I think it would be fair to say that […]
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The Ducati 996: What a Difference Gold Forks Make

By Andy Ibbott, www.bikenet.com Ah, for so few changes, the Y2K Ducati 996 has just got better again. Looking at the bike from a standstill, it’s hard to see exactly what the Italians have done to the famous twin. The overall shape is the same, as are the colours. But take a closer look and […]
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Retirement & You

By Philip Kozloff, Kozloff Consulting, philipkozloff@mindspring.com No discussion of retirement finance strategies can be complete without an exploration of the insurance arena. It is important to use insurance to enhance retirement financial health as an estate-management tool. Conventional standards of familial responsibility dictate that dependent heirs need to be provided by their more well-off spouses, […]
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Honda CBR929RR Fireblade

  By Andy Ibbott, Bikenet As you look ahead, you see a crest in the road. Exiting the 30mph limit, you nail the bike hard in second gear, then third. Timing it just right, you back off the throttle a little as the crest gets nearer. BANG, hard on the gas you time the peak […]
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Retirement & You

By Philip Kozloff, Kozloff Consulting, philipkozloff@mindspring.com Prior columns have suggested a methodology for keeping track of the growth of your private investments. If you follow that approach, you can develop a clear view of how your financial assets are performing and how your personal spending relates to your personal net worth. Achieving satisfactory portfolio performance […]
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Honda’s VTR SP-1 on Test

  By Andy Ibbott, UK Director of the California Superbike School Story provided courtesy of www.bikenet.com. To find out more about the courses offered by the school, visit: www.superbikeschool.co.uk You may find this hard to believe but I have found a Honda that has power, handling and above all else – CHARACTER! When I first […]
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Retirement & You

By Philip Kozloff, philipkozloff@mindspring.com Let’s pick up looking at a new approach to portfolio analysis where we left off last month in the April issue. We showed a hypothetical investment portfolio that might be typical of a young working investor. Although Exhibit 2 last month showed a pleasing upward trend, isolating internal investment growth from […]
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