Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Odd Lots March 29

The official definition of odd lot is a group of shares amounting to less than 100 shares. For purposes of Stockerblog.com, it is a group of news snippets from various financial and business web sites. It has nothing to do with being 'odd'.

Freakonomics: the Movie

For those of you that enjoyed the book, check out the movie: Freakonomics

Silver Coin Melt Value Calculator
Did you know that ten quarters dated 1964 are worth $67 in silver value? Ten of the 1964 Kennedy half dollars are worth $134.01. Check out the value of your coins at CoinCalculator.com

Base Metal Coin Melt Value Calculator
One dollar worth of 1982 pennies is worth $2.85 based on the copper and zinc content. But a modern quarter is only worth 6 cents based on its copper and nickel content.

Biometric Wallet
Virtually indestructible, the dunhill Biometric Wallet will open only with touch of your fingerprint.

Feces Exhibit in London
For the traveler who has seen almost everything.

The Pad.com domain name is being auctioned off. It has an appraised value of $268,000. Auction closes March 30.

100 Billion Zimbabwe dollars for Three Eggs

Check out the Zimbabwe Inflation in Pictures. Hope inflation in the US will never be like this.

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