Welcome to the latest edition of Cavelcade of Risk. When I agreed to host this addition, I figured maybe a 6-10 submissions. Yikes, my email is overflowing with 18 articles, so let’s get started:
Louise from discusses the idea of a Health Insurance Insider lottery to insure the uninsured.
Tom Lynch of Workers Comp Insider has been running a series on healthcare in the US, assessing how we stack up against other OECD countries on a variety of indices, including cost, quality, and longevity. Part 3 looks at whether we live longer or have better health in the US given that we spend 250% more than the average for all of these developed democracies.
Eric at the Turkewitz law Firm talks about the counterfeit heparin made by Baxter that has been all over the news. These are some of the legal issues Baxter may face for lawsuits:
Kurt Brouwer presents Greenspan — We Will Never Have a Perfect Model of Risk posted at Fundmastery Blog.
Deb presents Expert Q & A: Protecting Your Business Against Cyber Crime posted at American Small Business News , Payment Protection Insurance (PPI): A False Sense of Security? posted at American Consumer News and finaly Stay Away From Get Rich Quick Schemes posted at American Entrepreneurship. Yikes, how many blogs does one person need?
Larry Russell presents 7 Ways to Pick the Best Noload Mutual Funds and ETFs posted at Best No Load Funds.
Thanks for all the submissions. I’ll be back to posting when I return from vacation. We’ll be visiting beautiful Washington DC. Let’s hope for good weather.
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