There is a lot of news circulating about inflation right now. You’ve probably heard that investors are worried about the impact inflation will have on the stock market, but are the concerns justified?
The Secretary of the Treasury can mint a platinum coin, then use it to purchase $1 trillion worth of debt from the Fed, thereby retiring that debt, and freeing up space so the debt limit is not breached. It’s basically a swap between two areas of government, the Fed and the Treasury.
Whatever you think about inherent differences between men and women, research has made it clear that women face a much different set of challenges than men when it comes to financial and retirement planning.
How a lack of confidence can impede your need to make necessary investment decisions and the steps you can take now to overcome investment hesitancy.
We have all been lulled into thinking this market is the norm. The Great Recession is a fading memory and the minor ups and downs and not so minor correction in March of 2020 has not stemmed the flow of money into equities.
Estate planning can be a tricky topic to introduce. Here are 3 tips to get that conversation started.
Having numerous brokerage accounts, credit cards, retirement and bank accounts will not make you diversified. It only makes managing finances more difficult. So what should you do to simplify and organize?
The market looks to the future and the economy is about the past and present. Markets are predictive. Economic indicators by their very nature, are derived from the past.
Trying to buy and sell in order to prevent losses and increase gains rarely works.
Amid market swings, it is easy to lose sight of the potential benefits of staying invested over the long run.
We know many of you are asking, “How much longer can this U.S. bull market last?”