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Dave Contarino on the Regimented Lifestyle of a Horse Jockey

Dave Contarino admires all horse jockeys who devote their lives to the beautiful sport of horseracing. However, jockeys put themselves into a precarious position every time they track, says Dave Contarino. Here, Dave Contarino explains that jockeys learn how to avoid and embrace the enormous risks involved with their career. Read More »

Kris Krohn on the Strait Path to Real Estate Wealth

Kris Krohn

Kris Krohn is a wealth strategist who leads the Strongbrook Group, a real estate investing and education firm located in Orem, Utah. His position within the Strongbook Group allows Kris Krohn the opportunity to assist both individuals and businesses alike. Not only does Kris Krohn provide one-on-one real estate counseling through his company, he and his colleagues also hold regular ... Read More »

Green Water Technologies: Your Water Works Overtime

Green Water Technologies is a distributor of the Pro Elite Professional Series Water Treatment System by GE. Recently, the staff of Information Nation spoke with the Green Water Technologies team about why “working water” quality is just as important as drinking water. Information Nation: What is working water? Green Water Technologies: Working water is all of the water used in ... Read More »

Derrick Strauss of All Western Mortgage Speculates on Federal QE3 Program End

Derrick Strauss

Derrick Strauss answers questions about the U.S. Central Bank’s bond buying program. Q: What is QE3? Derrick Strauss: QE stands for quantitative easing. The 3 indicates this is the third round of the program. Q: Who funds this program? Derrick Strauss: The U.S. government, via central banks. Q: How much does the U.S. buy out each month? Derrick Strauss: Originally, ... Read More »

Lindsay Rosenwald on the Continued Care for Cancer Survivors

Lindsay Rosenwald

Lindsay Rosenwald observes an encouraging trend in the treatment of cancer patients. Given the recent development of new technologies, Lindsay Rosenwald expects an increase in the number of Americans participating in active cancer care. Below, Lindsay Rosenwald gives his analysis of the medical community and ponders its future. Information Nation: First of all, thank you for talking with us. Lindsay ... Read More »

Paul Kadri on His Heroes and the Unusual Way He Found Them

Almost everyone has heroes ranging from family members to sports stars to political leaders. Paul Kadri never realized it, but he didn’t have any heroes. It wasn’t until his late 20s that he found them. Although they came late to Paul Kadri, his heroes impact his life almost every day. Information Nation: Before we talk about who they are, please ... Read More »