More Americans Working Past 70

Workers who were either poor savers or who perhaps experienced a dramatic life crisis are finding themselves short on funds in their retirement years. Read more

Inflation Not An Issue Now For Fed, But Asset Inflation Is

The low interest rate environment spanning the global markets has been fueled by the accommodative monetary policies of central banks worldwide, creating a concern among many economists. Read more

China Produces More Cars Than The U.S.

Just as the U.S. auto industry mushroomed after WW II and during the 1950s, the same is occurring in China. Read more

China Buying U.S. Treasuries Again

Currently valued at over $13 trillion, the U.S. Treasury Bond market continues to be the world’s largest and most liquid bond market, attracting capital from foreign central banks seeking safety and stability. Read more

Wireless Prices Driven Lower By Competition

The FCC is considering the implementation of new rules for wireless providers that will enhance competition leading to lower prices for consumers. Read more

New Fiduciary Rules Due This June - What Does It Mean For You?

New rules designed to shift the landscape of retirement advice were set to take effect on April 10, 2017. Read more

Credit Scores On The Rise For Americans

Eight years after the financial crisis, consumers that suffered bankruptcies and repossession are seeing their credit scores improve. Read more

Equity Overview

The three major equity indices all ended positive in April, with the technology heavy Nasdaq reaching a milestone. Read more

Fixed Income Update

Analysts believe that demographical factors are increasingly influencing the direction of fixed income markets. Read more

The Tax Benefits Of Homeownership May Change

As President Trump’s tax proposals are being unveiled, homeowners are carefully following the possible effects on home ownership. Read more

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