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.
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.
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There is a good possibility that you or your spouse will eventually require some form of long-term care (LTC). According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, at least 70% of people aged 65 or older will require some form of long-term care services and support during their lives.1
Invest Like the Best – Peter Zeihan
If you’ve always dreamed of living abroad, now may be the best time. Today, there are around 400,000 American retirees residing outside the United States, with that number expected to grow over the next few years. Cost of living is often cited as one of the main reasons for the move.
As we celebrate the 15th anniversary of @Headwater this month, let’s look to see where some of our past interns have landed.
In recent years, reverse mortgages have been enthusiastically marketed to homeowners ages 62 and over. Optimally designed for homeowners with at least 50 percent equity in their home, reverse mortgages allow homeowners to tap into that equity, providing them with a regular monthly payment – the complete opposite of a standard mortgage.
For the week ended June 7, 2019
U.S. stocks recovered last week, ending a forgettable month of May with its best week of 2019 so far. By sector, cyclically-sensitive materials recovered by nearly 10% for the single week, followed by technology, while communications and defensive utilities brought up the rear—but remained positive.