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Monthly Archives: March 2018

Stop The Rising Cost Of Living! Here’s How

Many times we think that the rising cost of living is a part of life but the truth is there are most likely things you are doing to artificially increase your cost of living. With a few small changes, you can lower your cost of living and start saving more money. Below are "tricks" on how to stop the rising cost of living:

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Is Boomer Retirement Still Weighing Down U.S. Equity Markets?

Based on the strong historical relationship between the age distribution of the U.S. population and stock market performance that has prevailed since the mid-1950s the upcoming waves of retirement of the baby boom generation born between 1946 and 1964 could push down U.S. equity markets. Why? Because, as boomers reach retirement age, they are likely to shift from buying stocks to selling them to finance retirement, and this massive sell-off could depress equity values. There appears to have been a breakup in that relationship of late, however, so what does that suggest for the timing and magnitude of any correction in the near future?

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Compound Interest: “the eighth wonder of the world” – Here’s Why

Today's infographic...focuses on explaining the power of compound interest - an idea that is absolutely essential to understand. Indeed, the power of compound interest is so compelling that it’s been often called the “eighth wonder of the world”. Find out why this concept is so fundamental to personal finance in the following infographic:

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The 6 Fastest Growing Countries in Emerging Europe

With volatility returning to domestic equities, it might be time for investors to consider increasing their exposure to foreign markets, specifically emerging Europe...With that in mind, I’d like to share with you the top six fastest growing countries in emerging Europe, based on their just-released manufacturing PMIs for the month of March.

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Do Oil Prices Affect Inflation Expectations?

The claim that, in normal times, energy prices have a direct influence on long-term inflation expectations is puzzling, as it seems to imply that monetary policy is not able to offset price shocks even five or ten years down the road. If confirmed, it could have significant implications on how inflation dynamics are forecast. Hence, we believe that the claim warrants further scrutiny.

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The 6 Best Short Term (Low Risk) Investment Options

If you are saving money for a down payment on a house or a car you plan on buying next year and you do not want to risk your money in the stock market looking for somewhere to invest for the short term is the way to go and there are some really good options out there for you. Below is a list of 6 solid short term investment options for you to consider.

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5 Hot Stocks With Multiple Bullish Analyst Ratings

Which are the key stocks out there right now to boost your portfolio’s second quarter returns? All the 5 stocks below have a ‘Strong Buy’ analyst consensus rating. With that being said, let’s dive in and take a closer look at why these stocks have such a bullish analyst rating right now:

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