With the swings in the stock market we’ve been experiencing lately, using a bucket approach to manage your retirement nest egg may give you peace of mind. This article tells you how.
Although it’s been a while since we’ve experienced market volatility like we have this year, corrections in the stock market occur. This article provides some insights on the recent corrections and how it compares, historically.
If you are worried about getting hacked – and, these days, who isn’t – a credit freeze is a precautionary measure that may be worth considering. Is a credit freeze an iron-clad, 100% guaranteed way to protect yourself from Identity Theft? Unfortunately, no. Just about anyone could fall victim, just like almost anyone could become […]
When emotions and money intersect, the effects can be financially injurious. Emotions can cause us to overreact – or not act at all when we should. Think of the investors who always respond to sudden Wall Street volatility. That emotional response may not be warranted, and they may come to regret it. In a […]
“Over the last 100 years, the world has changed tremendously. In 1917… One hundred years ago, things looked a little bit different. World Literacy Rates – 1917: The world literacy rate was only 23%. – Today: Depending on estimates, the world literacy rate today is 86.1%. Travel Time – 1917: It took 5 days to […]
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) turned 120 years old on May 26th. It was launched in 1896, coinciding with other major inventions, such as the first motor truck, the first working escalator, wireless telegraphy, and discoveries like the antibiotic properties of penicillin. DJIA initially started off with 12 companies and then expanded to 30 […]