With a rapidly aging baby boomer generation, the harping question is now how to have enough money to last through retirement.
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If you’re looking at collecting Social Security benefits in the near future, this is a free workshop you want to attend.
After a scare back in the fall of 2011, the economy seems to be gaining steam and stock prices have reflected that.
When the final trades for 2011 were placed on December 30, the S&P 500 ended the year exactly where it started – and we mean exactly!
Within the structure of longterm mortgages, interest rates, tax deductions, inflationary pressures, it is sometimes better to not pay off your loans.
China’s “slowdown” is akin to what happens in Formula One racing when the cars enter a banked curve. They slow down a bit.
The cure likely won’t happen until politicians agree on a credible and enforceable, “long-term regime of fiscal discipline.”
As the sovereign debt crisis spreads in Europe, government bond interest rates are rising above what’s considered a sustainable level.
Italy is losing the confidence of investors, resulting in a rise in cost of loans to keep their economy going. Expect volatility to continue.
The absence of bad news in the past few weeks has put a remarkably positive spin on the markets.
We’re in a period of de-leveraging, but Mr. Market doesn’t care what we think. He has plans of his own! That’s why stock market investors are ahead for the year. For now.
Choose quality over quantity, learn to say no and connect the dots of your life’s experiences, the fundamentals of success.
Until underlying fundamentals are properly addressed, markets will remain highly volatile, largely based on hope against the odds.
Investors and broad financial markets going up-up-and-away after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said that it is time for fiscal policy, not monetary stimulus.