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Knowing your risk tolerance and having a written investment strategy will help. When managing personal finance and investments, people frequently exhibit irrational behavior for different reasons. If you’re one of these folks, be fair to [...]
Warren Buffett will leave his wife's money allocated conservatively: 90% in the Standard & Poor's 500 and 10% in short-term Treasuries, frozen at those levels. Warren Buffett believes this allocation is a great idea for [...]
What impact would rising interest rates have on your investment portfolio? Likely not as bad as the media might lead you to believe, especially when it comes to the purchase of a bond. According to [...]
Investors Need to Account for Rising Inflation. A good rule of thumb is to assume inflation will be at least 3% every year. Because rising inflation will impact your long-term retirement strategies, all investors [...]
The 2022 Mid-term Elections will feature hundreds of contested races at the state and local levels. These elections will decide whether the Democrats maintain – or the Republicans gain – control of Congress. Irrespective of [...]
Too much salt, not enough water. Scientific studies and media coverage are rife with warnings on how sugar, carbohydrates, saturated fat, and lack of exercise contribute to obesity. Tens of millions of Americans are still [...]
The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index® increased in September for the second consecutive month. The Index now stands at 108.0 (1985=100), up from 103.6 in August. “Consumer confidence improved in September for the second consecutive month [...]
Since the beginning of the year, economists and pundits seem united in believing that economic growth will continue to contract. This contraction will propel inflation and interest rates to levels that we haven't seen in [...]