It has been said for years now that women usually tend to outlive their male counterpart.  With the U.S markets standing on shaky ground and global markets starting to stutter, it becomes apparent that rough times are ahead. It’s generally worth the time to take note that 9 out of...
For many, Jim Cramer is just another familiar face that you have seen in the media. Because of this, we recognize him as someone carrying a reputation as an expert on the complex subject of investment finances. It is because of his public persona that the general public tends to...
A new year signals a new course for retirees and their retirement saving plans. As part of the 2020 government appropriations bill, the SECURE Act (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act) was signed into law. While the bill does include breakthroughs for some businesses and...
President Donald Trump has had a number of very significant accomplishments during his first one hundred days in office. However, many of his biggest achievements might not have gotten the attention they deserved because of the main stream media’s liberal slant and bias, or by a continued effort from...
Even experts and investors accustomed to the volatile world of Wall Street had to admit that last week was a particularly worrisome time. The week started with the markets ending a seven-day losing streak on Monday, as the Dow bounced up 241 points. But the very next day, the index...
The general rule is that retirees need 80% of their working income to maintain their current standard of living. We have scoured the internet and have found an overwhelming number of helpful tips** to assist you in saving money each and every month! Reevaluate Monthly Expenses – Take a look...
President Trump’s approval ratings are at an all-time high as his campaign ramps up their efforts to secure reelection in November. His increasing approval is due in large part to American’s level of confidence in the economy, which is higher than it has been in twenty years....
The ongoing debt saga in Greece has reached its turning point—and it’s not likely to end well. Last week, a bailout deal between the Greek government and their European creditors appeared certain. But Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras abruptly broke off talks, causing the Greeks to miss their scheduled payment to...
Phil Cannella interviews best-selling author and renowned economic forecaster, Harry Dent on what he predicts for 2014.
A new bill was passed in the House this month that aimed at preventing Federal regulators from establishing new rules on Wall Street to increase accountability on the professionals that manage retirement savings. The bill, titled the Retail Investor Protection Act, was created in response to the Department of Labor(DOL)’s...