Kids learn the basics in school–reading, writing and arithmetic. But schools avoid almost any instruction about money. If they do offer a class, it may be an elective in high school, long after habits have been formed.
Stocks have benefited recently from increasing hopes of a Federal Reserve (Fed) rate cut, pulling the S&P 500 Index back to within 2% of its record high set April 30. But just how much help would a potential rate cut this summer actually provide?
U.S. stocks ticked just a bit higher on the week, with less volatility than over recent weeks. Over the prior weekend, an agreement between the U.S. and Mexico regarding immigration policy resulted in a pullback on the previously-announced threat of tariffs, boosting market sentiment early in the week, with one of the potential trade hurdles removed.
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Output growth in America during the first quarter of 2019 was downwardly revised by the Bureau of Economic Analysis in their second estimate of the period’s Gross Domestic Product. After more data were collected, output is estimated to have grown 3.1 percent on an annualized basis, down from 3.2 percent in the first iteration.
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Data breaches, once a fairly rare occurrence, have become more frequent as hackers become more skilled in their ability to extract personal data from popular social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
In today’s climate of one-page financial plans, bargain-basement fund pricing and automated investment management tools, you may wonder whether you still need a living, breathing financial advisor.