By Friday morning we should know the results of whether Britain remains in the European Union or not. We are also nearing quarter end (Q2). With both of these events in mind, it makes sense to gauge how the market is doing.
Identity thieves and credit card scammers are more relentless than ever in their pursuit of your personal financial information, and as more people are opting to conduct their shopping and their financial transactions online, the number of scams increases proportionately. Armed with nothing more than a computer keyboard and a geek’s knowledge of how to prowl the cloud, they work 24/
It has only been since the Baby Boomer generation began to cross the retirement threshold that we’ve had to seriously confront the new challenge of our longevity.
In the story of Alice in Wonderland, Alice arrives at a fork in the road and wonders aloud which road to take. A smiling Cheshire Cat appears and asks her what her destination is, to which she replies, “I don’t know.” The toothy cat then proffers the only possible response, “Well, then it doesn’t matter.”
One person's perception of opportunity is another's view of risk. How we invest and through what prism impacts our portfolios performance and our ability to create long-term wealth. Two areas of concern are weighing on investors minds. First, are equities in correction mode or bear market? Second, why invest globally if the U.S. outperforms?
When markets start to misbehave and portfolio performance turns negative, it's the perfect time to take stock and re-examine where we are. For the majority of investors, odds are very high that their investment plan has gotten off-course and could use a makeover.
Pundits and commentators have the unfortunate habit of telling us what we already know, after the fact . &
Markets start the year on historically wild ride...
No one said that investing was for the faint of heart. The start to 2016 marks the worst beginning in the history of the markets. That's pretty incredible since this dates back to the late 1800's, and, it's widely thought that the start typically sets the tone for the remainder of the year.