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U.S. Stocks and Bond Yields In Reaction To Trade Speculation

June 3rd, 2019

  The trade dispute between America and China has been on the headlines for quite some time, and for good reason at that. It not only has been a dramatic sequence of events, it also has begun to affect both economies, as well as the worlds economy. This has caused investors and analysts to speculate […]

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U.S. China Trade War Update

May 27th, 2019

The trade war between the United States and China has been escalating day by day. With each new development, there comes new troubles. Troubles that may have been previously foreseen, but new troubles, nonetheless. As our governments continue to debate back and forth, many of us on the home front are getting the raw end […]

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April Energy Update

May 16th, 2019

Monthly Energy Letter April 2019   The Month’s Market Highlights Last month oil prices rose, reaching a six-month-high. Brent North Sea quality opened the listings at $69.22/bbl and closed at $71.68/bbl, while West Texas Intermediate crude started the quotations at $61.74/bbl, closing at $63.56/bbl. On April 24th, the European and Asian benchmark gained its maximum at $74.59/bbl, whereas […]

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U.S. China Trade War And How It Affects Us

May 13th, 2019

  The U.S. China Trade War & How it Will Affect Americans If you have been watching the news in recent weeks, then you should at least be aware of the escalating trade war we are currently involved in with China. Well, for those who are not aware, our two countries do quite a bit […]

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An Inverted Yield Curve. What Does It Mean?

April 12th, 2019

There has been a lot of talk about the yield curve in the past two weeks. What it says, what it means, and how it is going effect us. But what exactly is the yield curve? And why do we need to know it? Well that’s what  we are here to find out. The yield […]

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Economy Update

April 4th, 2019

                With so much going on in politics and current events, its hard to narrow down our focus on the economy. But this is especially important when you need to keep track of what is happening with your money. There have been some changes that you should definitely be aware of in many sections of […]

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What Is Going On Now.

January 18th, 2019

I want to thank Investopedia’s Caleb Silver for the work that he put into this article to make sure that the people are well informed. Not only on the status on their money, but on the status of the turbulent market that we are a part of currently. Please read the article below and make […]

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2019 Projections

January 14th, 2019

There has been a decent amount of turbulence in the world economy during this transitional period into the new year, to say the least. There have been plenty of ups and downs domestically as well as internationally. This article gives a synopsis of the changes that went on at the end of 2018 as well […]

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Cost Segregation

January 2nd, 2019

Cost Segregation Analysis Taxes are a necessary part of any functioning economy. And although I am sure we all would prefer a world without taxes, there are still ways that we can make our taxes work for us. The government has created tax incentives in order to create opportunities for companies to generate cash to […]

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Unexpected Health Care Expenses Can Drain Your Retirement Savings

September 8th, 2017

Life is a grand adventure. An adventure filled with surprises at every turn. However, not all surprises are good. As we get closer to our golden years, healthcare becomes one of the least pleasant of our surprises. Health care cost is the biggest problem retirees face today. Unexpected medical expenses can derail retirement plans if […]

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