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June 2013

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Thinking about investing in a property leased to a listed company? One of your major decisions is the balance between risk and reward. How the ratings companies (S&P - Moodys etc.) rate the company helps to set the risk parameter.

These people have created an easy to use chart that shows the company name "Tenant", its stock symbol, both Standard & Poors and Moodys' ratings. They assemble this information quarterly and add some other interpretations such as the probability of default in five years from both Standard & Poors and Moodys.

Let's say you're considering a single tenant property net leased to Radio Shack. You'll quickly find that they carry a CCC+ rating with Standard and Poors and a 5 year probability of default rating of 8.68%. Compare this (all other things equal) with an investment in a Sherwin-Williams store. S&P rates them "A" (Institutional grade) with a 5 year probability of default rating of 0.119%.

This is a quick and easy free tool to help you see why cap rates (and corresponding prices) on individual single tenant investments are so predictable yet differ so considerably tenant by tenant.

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So you receive some information you need and it arrives in a pdf file - probably created with a pretty expensive program and only readable with their free and puny "read only program. But you'd like to have that file in Word or some other friendlier file format.

These nice folks have created a standalone and easy-to-use program that will do a high-quality conversion from PDF files to word documents (doc/rtf), images (JPG/PNG/BMP/TIF/GIF/PCX/TGA), HTML, or plain text files (txt) - even in batch mode if you wish, with all document texts, layouts, images and formatting preserved.

And the price is right. It's on the house.

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When you need to know how a prescription drug works for real people -- why not ask a patient?

On TV, once you get through all the scary side effect information, the drug ads will show you how users turn from a hobbling hunchback to Superman (or Wonder Woman). Here you can learn from the experience of real people who have used the drug.

Their database contains more than 4,000 FDA approved prescription drugs from the FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, as well as an increasing number of other products. Some featured sections are: Recent Drug Reviews, Top 10 Treatment Categories and Frequently Rated Drugs. The search function will help you get around this powerful site quickly and easily.

This resource has been honored with a Webby Award for best web site in the Pharmaceutical Category. Some smart people think they're doing something very well.

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Want to win a bet at home or at a social function?

"This dress is Fuchsia" "No - you're wrong it's Deep Pink." Who is going to settle the argument? This great place shows over 130 colors along with their official names. Is the color in question Blue Violet or Dark Magenta.? Want to see what Chartreuse, or Magenta, or Papaya Whip, or Teal, or Lemon Chiffon look like? You're in the right place.

Just put a link to this great place on your smart phone and you could win (or lose) a lot of those color disputes that crop up from time to time.

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