We’ve finally gotten some good news in the form of jobs reports that actually seem like the economy may be digging itself out slowly from the economic turmoil that has emblazoned a path through the last several years of our lives. This time, it feels good and right, except it’s a little suspicious that […]
The stock market seems to be especially susceptible to the headlines for the past two years. Ever since the big US economic meltdown which started in 2008 (or at least made itself known then), the stock market seems to be the most volatile I’ve ever seen.
Granted, I haven’t been on this earth all […]
I’ve read a great deal of very interesting literature this year on where the economy is going, how to insulate yourself from any incoming torpedoes coming our way in this delicate financial system, and also on how to individually improve your own credit score as well as your overall financial situation.
By far the scariest […]
It’s really hard to keep your cool about your precious 401k and life savings that is your nest egg for your long awaited retirement when you see the stock market acting volatile and irrational.
I know, because I’m in the same boat as many others, watching it swing wildly up and down from one […]
Today is the day. Is the stock market going to respond wildly to the previous downgrade of US debt and credit rating by Standard and Poors rating agency? Or is this going to be a case of everyone crying wolf, and the markets may seem to tank a bit in the morning, only to […]
I’ll be the first person to admit that there are a lot of scare tactics used by the media when it comes to our fragile economy, but on the flip side, I will also say that on many counts, the media has been WAY too upbeat about the economic recovery.
The “recovery” as it […]
I’ll admit, the past few weeks I have LOVE opening up my 401k online, logging in, and seeing what the latest numbers are. I didn’t used to like it this much. In fact, I avoided opening it up and looking at the returns and the balance for a long time when the stock market […]