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I'm Frances Coppola, writer, singer and twitterer extraordinaire. Coppola Comment is my main blog. I am also the author of the Singing is Easy blog, where I write about singing, teaching and musical expression.

Coppola Comment started out as a place where I could ramble on about anything that interested me. Right from the start, for some reason, most posts included finance in one way or another - it's amazing how you can manage somehow to talk about banking in a post on almost any subject.  Remarkably, people seem to like what I write......I am amazed at the number of people who read my musings, and very grateful to you all for your support. However, the popularity of this site means that I now have to be a little more careful about what I post. So these days the posts on this site are almost entirely about matters financial and economic.

I am politically non-aligned and economically neutral (I do not regard myself as "belonging" to any particular school of economics). I do not give investment advice and I have no investments.

This blog is free to read and will remain so. I make no money from anything published here. However, researching my posts and maintaining this site is not cost-free, so if you feel able to contribute to supporting my work, donations are gratefully accepted via Paypal using the Donate button.

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Because of persistent spam attacks, comments are now moderated before publication on posts older than 14 days. On more recent posts, comments are not moderated. However, I delete comments that break the rules, and I may on occasion close comments completely.

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12 comments:

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  2. As a writer and singer I'm curious how you learned so much about finance and economics. Can you add a little bit about that please? Thanks.

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    1. Ah never mind. I just saw your side-column bio. Feel free to delete my comment. :)

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  3. Thanks for the sharing new information .

    Thanks.
    Brian Hoshowski

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  4. I find it impossible to print your Pieria articles, which I very much value, and would like to read, and underline, at my leisure. Can you tell me how to do that [there is an 'email' function, but no 'print' function on the website].

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    1. Donald, I don't know how to do that either - I don't control the tech at Pieria. I will ask.

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  5. Thanks for the article! Definitely gives me some more to think about.

    thanks

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  6. I appreciate you and I would like to read your next post.Thanks for creating this informative post

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  7. Pardon the odd question, how would you recommend going about resolving the income imbalance and the sovereign debt problems amongst nations?

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  8. Hm Frances may I suggest you change "muscial" to "musical" in the first paragraph?
    Dunno - just sounds better to my musical ears
    :-)
    Ciao
    Paul

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