Surely, there is no way the stock market would rise in the face of uncertain economic policies and an interest rate hike. Since the election, U.S. stocks are up nearly 5 percent. Over this same period, the short-term safe haven of bonds crumbled as the price of bonds declined.
Radio ads, articles, political candidates claiming the sky is falling…there’s plenty of scary talk about a “major crash” looming. Does this sensationalism mesh with the reality, though?
With holiday sales expected to increase this year, it’s safe to assume that shops will be more crowded than ever and items will be flying off the shelves faster. Here are few tips to help you enjoy the holidays without the stress and a hefty bill.
To the surprise of everyone who predicts rates, the 10-year treasury pushed up borrowing costs across the board, with mortgage rates rising nearly 5 percent. How can this be possible?
As the population ages, there are many realities to be aware of. Planning for your future is more important than ever! Here are a few simple tips to help you get started.
As the fully insured market continues to get hit by rates increases, more employers are looking to self-funding as an opportunity to escape the choke hold of ever-increasing premiums.
While the gap between men's and women's earnings has been steadily narrowing in the last decade, full wage equality has yet to be achieved. It’s time for us to take some control over our financial future.
Look out, Denver companies and especially small businesses: The IRS will soon issue new tax forms that will allow small business taxpayers to apply R&D credits to FICA taxes and AMT.
Arguments for more female participation in the workplace and in senior positions are often founded on the principle of equality. Many forget, however, that that a better balance of men and women in the workplace can also deliver an improved bottom line.
Politics are very important. But it shouldn’t be the number one decider for your investment actions.
Nobody likes paying taxes, but American CEOs in particular seem to be adept at finding new ways to minimize corporate taxes. As an example, consider the computer giant, Apple.
It’s really pretty simple – emotions are the main reasons the average investor fails. Investors fail because they panic in down markets and are overconfident in rising markets.