President’s Remarks Bring Panic, Price Drops President Trump responded to reports of North Korea’s nuclear missile threats with strong language. As the world anticipates kinetic conflict, market volatility spiked. $1 U.S. markets are down sharply as the world digests the conflict between America and North Korea. President Trump promised “fire […]
Retirement Preparedness for Peace of Mind What does it take to retire and how do we prepare? Below are keys to prudent planning and preparedness. $1 Project your retirement costs. There are several calculators that let you play around with expected expenses in your latter years. Try this one or […]
A gameplan is essential to any successful endeavor. It keeps you within the bounds of your goals and rules, providing your future self guidance in decision-making. In Investing 201 Pt 2: Invesment Strategies, we looked at the foundations of our gameplan by exploring tools in our toolbox.
“A good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children, but a sinner’s wealth is stored up for the righteous.” -Proverbs 13:22 Savings doesn’t naturally occur with your paychecks every two weeks. Saving is an intentional effort to mitigate personal risk and build for the future. Thus, craft and execute […]
Health Care Repeal Dominates News; Earnings Continue; Tax Reform Nigh? $1 The health care industry continues to coalesce against GOP proposals for repeal and/or replacement of the ACA. CBO scores place newly uninsured forecasts between 22-33 million Americans across the various proposals. Two votes occurred Tuesday and one so far […]
Earnings Season Presents Positive Results, Strong Profits for Financials This earnings season began with all eyes on the major banks, which expected gains from rate hikes. Financials avoided disappointment as other factors enter the market. Volatility is sinking in throughout world markets, a possible sign of complacency. Oil has rebounded […]
Markets performed strongly on the first day of the second half of the year. Investors took opportunities to buy ahead of the Independence Day holiday. Car makers, energy, and financials helped lead the way.
Markets are reacting to a plethora of news, chiefly the Fed’s stress tests. Bank stocks soared on the banking sector’s unanimous passing of the stress tests. World news also affecting markets…
Today markets lost early gains as news continued to emerge about London’s third terror attack of 2017. Blow back from Pres. Trump’s tweet about his ‘travel ban’ also continue to roil Washington. We discuss all of this and world news.
President Trump pulls the US out of the Paris Climate Accord; Markets Up Today, despite a torn inner circle, President Trump announced his decision to pull out of the Paris agreement. World leaders quickly condemned Trump’s action, with Emmanuel Macron calling the agreement “irreversible”. Markets took the news surprisingly well with other […]