And the beat goes onis a refrain that kept rolling through my head after attending the symposium Tuesday hosted by the Womens Institute for a Secure Retirement (WISER) in Washington, D.C. The topic: retirement solutions for women.
Gold prices finished in negative territory Monday as the dollar strengthened and as investors favored assets perceived as risky over so-called havens.
Gold has been plagued by a downbeat tone in the wake of recent signals from the Federal Reserve for at least one more increase to interest rates this year in what has been interpreted as an upbeat outlook on the worlds No. 1 economy. That view....More>>>
Any entrepreneur knows that his or her business can live or die based on key metrics like cash flow, revenue, profit and the cost of acquiring each new customer. Likewise, you should also know the numbers that most affect your financial health.
By Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach®
Entrepreneurs are frequently believed to be tremendous risk takers. But that’s a misconception....More>>>
This week I have selected 8 breakout stocks from the following sectors: 2 healthcare, 2 industrial goods, 1 basic materials, 1 services and 2 technology. Charts for each stock are at the end of the article.
What the Federal Reserve says and what the Federal Reserve does are not always the same thing. The central bank has thus far failed to raise interest rates as quickly as it had indicated last year, and now the market is starting to really doubt its credibility.
A main cause of the banking crisis in Britain back in 2007/8 was the gross misfeasance of the UK Government and the regulatory authorities failure to control greedy bankers, according to the chairman of the Bradford & Bingley Action Group (BBAG), which has over the last nine years been campai