Archive for the ‘BARRY J. DYKE’ Category

Cash Value Life Insurance: A Cornerstone Asset Of a Bank

Cash Value Life Insurance: A Cornerstone Asset Of a Bank By Barry Dyke November 24, 2008 Cash value life insurance is one of the most important assets of a bank, particularly America’s large banks. Banks purchase so much cash value life insurance that life insurance of this type has its own name BOLI (bank-owned-life-insurance). Banks […]

November 17, 2010 · Jennifer · One Comment
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Medical Economics – The Case for Investing in Life Insurance

June 19, 2009 The case for investing in life insurance By Barry James Dyke Now could be the right time to invest in your own health. Two years ago, presidential candidate John McCain secured initial campaign financing by using his $3 million life insurance policy as collateral. In 1980, Doris Christopher used a life insurance […]

August 25, 2010 · Jennifer · No Comments
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Pirates of Manhatten Author reveals Suze Orman

  Author of Pirates of Manhattan, Barry James Dyke reveals his research on what Suze Orman’s employers actually do – Whole Life or Term. “This is an eye opening book. It has fascinating insight to the corrupt practices of certain financial institutions in America. Americans will be much better off when they read this book. […]

August 22, 2010 · Jennifer · One Comment
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