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Ben Bernanke vs. Wilbur Ross: Good vs. Bad "Black Swans"

Below is a comment from my friend and co-author Fred Feldkamp -- Chris On Thursday, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross made a speech that upset the Chinese delegation attending the periodic US/China discussion of trade issues in Washington DC. Show More Summary

Why smart people have retirement accounts

There are benefits to saving in an IRA or 401(k). Here are a few good reasons to open a dedicated retirement account.        

Trump Legal Shake Up: Kasowitz Out As Personal Attorney, Corrallo Resigns

There's been a shakeup in President Trump's legal team. According to CBS News White House correspondent Major Garrett, Marc Kasowitz is out as Mr. Trump's personal attorney, while Kasowitz's spokesman, Mark Corallo - who has had a rocky...Show More Summary

Brag Basket is bananas

  The Brag Basket is open! This one is for July 21-23, 2017. Bring your good news, big or small, to share with everyone. What can you share in the Brag Basket? introduce yourself share some great news from this week celebrate progress, even baby steps congratulate a friend applaud for each other confess your […]

I am so sick of my advice

In the Mailbag section of my site I answered a question from a woman who is worried about becoming financially dependent on her spouse if she doesn’t work.If you’ve been reading my writing for even a short amount of time, you already know what I told her: All people who have children are dependent on their...

IRC § 457A, Literal Income And Substitution Effects, And The Kübler-Ross Five Stages Of Taxes

Matt Levine, Money Stuff (Bloomberg): Tax Bills and Libor Witnesses There is a widespread belief that taxes discourage economic activity. If you tax cigarettes, that will reduce smoking; if you tax labor income, that will reduce work; if you tax capital gains, that will reduce savings; if you tax estates,...

No, Robots Will Not Run Procurement by 2020

Categories: Friday Rant, Innovation, Procurement, Technology Tags: Incendiary Tidbits, L1 The motion stands thus: This house believes that robots will run (and rule) procurement by 2020.” I believe that the general direction of this argument is not in and of itself wrong. Show More Summary

Byrd Bath: Seven Provisions That Could Disappear From the Senate Health Bill

A panel of experts predicts how the bills will have to change in order to comply with the Senate’s rules.

Apple Shares Minor Comeback

Anytime it drops -- Buy. Apple Inc (AAPL) shares fell from the $155 range in early June to $142 in the middle of June. It was easy money for traders to pick up Apple on the dip. Those that did have enjoyed a ride back to $150 and change. Show More Summary

First Paragraph

It was November. Although it was not yet late, the sky was dark when I turned into Laundress Passage. Father had finished for the day, switched off the shop lights and closed the shutters; but so I would not come home to darkness he had left on the light over the stairs to the flat. Show More Summary

Euro Surges To 2-Year High In "Bipolar" Draghi Reaction; Futures Flat

The euro's surge to an almost two-year high put a cap on the global market rally in Friday's quiet session, with most major exchanges consolidating after a second strong week of gains. The MSCI Asia-Pacific index declined for first time...Show More Summary

30 Minute Charts

Here are a few charts...30 minutes timeframe Is price above or below the MA65 (Orange)? Is the MA rising, falling, or flat? Is the price extended or pulling back? SPY QQQ IWM KBE (SPDR banks) hasn't been as strong as the broader markets. Show More Summary

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, V, AAPL, MSFT, EBAY)

Here is what you need to know. The euro is at its highest level in 2 years. The single currency hit a high of 1.1677 versus the US dollar on Friday despite European Central Bank head Mario Draghi striking a dovish tone during a speech on Thursday. China's former "King of IPOs" has been found guilty of corruption. Show More Summary

Frankfurt could run out of offices as banks scramble for space post-Brexit

LONDON — Germany's financial centre, Frankfurt, could run out of office space as the movement of banks looking to set up new EU headquarters outside London after Brexit puts a squeeze on the city's commercial property sector. That'sShow More Summary

Digital Marketing News: Email Marketing Facts, Gen Z Media Usage & Snap Publisher Tool

119 Facts About Email Marketing [Infographic] Discover 119 facts you didn’t know about email marketing including, why email marketing works, biggest email trends for 2017, most common types of emails, most used email marketing tactics, segmentation and personalization, mobile email statistics and more. Show More Summary

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