By Jake Bleicher, Equity Analyst, CFA®
Almost half of households near retirement have nothing saved, and that’s a big problem. I believe the biggest headwind is merely getting started: saving money is hard to do. Read more
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The S&P 500 dropped 0.7% last week primarily due to a sharp decline on Monday after the Chinese retaliated against increased U.S. tariffs. The global MSCI ACWI also declined 0.7% as international developed markets increased slightly, but declines in emerging markets pushed the overall index lower. Read more
Published by: Carolyn Smith, Executive Assistant
As a woman I can say that I love money – so much so that shopping is one of my favorite things to do. But shopping would not be shopping without money, so therefore, I can say that I truly love money. In fact, I do not think that we would be able to survive without it – even if you do not like to shop. Read more
If you’ve worked in business, healthcare, ministry or almost any corporate entity in the last generation, chances are good you’ve taken a personality test – perhaps even a few. You found out you’re an ENFP or an INTJ or an Otter/Lion, or a Steady Wing 2 who needs to focus on your Bright Side. These tests tell you how you digest information, how you play with others and often things you didn’t know about yourself. Read more
In late 2018, the stock market experienced what some call a “mini-crash.” Investors nearing retirement and hoping to exit the market and workforce on a high note watched as their plans took an unexpected downturn, leaving some dismayed and uncertain about their financial future. Read more