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Net Worth Is Your Most Vital Financial Stat—Do You Know Yours?

Net worth is assets minus liabilities, and it's a snapshot of your overall financial health. It's important to track it over time so you can ensure that your wealth is moving in the right direction. Net Worth Is Your Most Vital Financial Stat—Do You Know Yours? appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

Uber’s European policy chief just quit

In another blow to the company, Uber’s European policy chief Christopher Burghardt has left the company, the Financial Times reports. Burghardt’s departure follows the departure of Uber’s U.K. boss earlier this month and comes in the middle of Uber’s battle with London over the future of its services there. Show More Summary

An activist hedge fund backed by a former top Credit Suisse executive wants to break up the bank

Swiss hedge fund RBR Capital Advisors will announce this week a plan to split apart Credit Suisse, the Financial Times reported Monday. The firm is proposing to split Credit Suisse into three parts: an investment bank modeled after First...Show More Summary

Productivity in the short run is a residual.

 Ken Houghton retweeted this letter…from the Financial Times (I lost the link):

The Key to Buying a Home? Be a White College Graduate, According to This Data

As anyone who's ever played Monopoly knows, homeownership helps build wealth over time (er, if it doesn't bankrupt you). It's not through any kind of financial alchemy or anything. It's just that, at some point, instead of circling around...Show More Summary

Longtime Trump Associate May Save Weinstein Company

The beleaguered Weinstein Company has just secured what the New York Times calls a "financial lifeline." The Hollywood company, reeling from the sexual harassment and assault claims against co-founder Harvey Weinstein, struck a deal with Colony Capital for an "immediate capital infusion," TWC says in a statement, per Deadline. What's...

$30 billion per year: IMF reportedly calculates bailout costs for crisis-hit Venezuela

LONDON – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) calculates a potential rescue of Venezuela could cost more than $30 billion per year, according to a report in the Financial Times. Huge sums will likely be required to increase imports,...Show More Summary

Mike Rowe: It's Time To Make Hard Work Cool Again

Authored by James Merse via The Daily Caller, Work was a supporting pillar in my family dynamic growing up, instilling a foundation that would ultimately propel me to achieve all of my career and financial goals I had set for my 25 year benchmark. Show More Summary

Aaron Carter Is Back In Rehab After Briefly Leaving To Take Care Of 'Legal And Financial Matters'

Very glad to hear this news! Aaron Carter re-entered a rehab wellness facility on Saturday afternoon just after 3:00 p.m. Pacific Time after having briefly — and abruptly — left the center earlier this month. Related: Ben Affleck Still Seeking Treatment For Alcohol Addiction Even as good and healthy as he looked once out, though, he recognized the [...]

The Latest: Ivanka Trump offers herself as business mentor

The Latest on global financial meetings in Washington (all times local): 12:55 p.m. White House adviser Ivanka Trump is offering herself as a global mentor to women in the business … Click to Continue »

Pete the Planner: October is good time to evaluate your personal finances

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It's best to take stock of financial victories and losses at start of October. If you do, you’ll have a chance to right potential wrongs before it’s too late.        

Markets Right Now: Technology companies lead US stock gains

The latest on developments in financial markets (All times local): 4 p.m. Stock indexes closed slightly higher on Wall Street, driven by solid gains in technology companies. HP rose 6.4 … Click to Continue »

REPORT: Saudi Aramco is 'considering shelving plans for an IPO'

Saudi Aramco might be delaying its initial public offering. The Financial Times' Anjli Raval, James Fontanella-Khan, Arash Massoudi, and Simeon Kerr report that the state-oil behemoth "is considering shelving plans for an international...Show More Summary

Echoes of a bygone age show Britain losing its sense of direction

“It’s that 1970s vibe again,” a senior colleague tells me. This being the Financial Times I presume he is picking up echoes of a bygone economic and political milieu, rather than gleefully anticipating the re-emergence of flares or X-rated movie theatres. Either way, it is hard to venture a firm opinion on the matter: as […]

Energy Analyst: "Meaningful Upside" for Oil Prices, Market Being Driven by "Fake News"

By FS Staff – While oil markets haven’t been experiencing much love of late, there’s a strong case to be made based on the fundamentals for the energy sector. This time on Financial Sense, we spoke with Marshall Adkins, Director of Energy Research at...

Murphy maintains financial advantage over Guadagno

Democrat Phil Murphy has raised roughly three times more cash than Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno in the race to succeed Chris Christie. The Election Law Enforcement Commission said Thursday … Click to Continue »

What Wall Of Worry? Goldman Finds Investors Are "Unusually Bullish"

One month after Goldman's proprietary crash indicator rose to 67%, the highest level since the financial crisis and dot com bubble, and suggesting a crash may be imminent, stocks continue to hit new all time highs, stumping anyone who...Show More Summary

Goldman Is Allowing Its Clients To Bet On The Next Financial Crisis

Just over a decade ago, as the S&P was hitting all time highs and there was a line around the block of 30-some year old hedge fund managers, desperate to put other people's money in various ultra risky investments just so they couldShow More Summary

Virtu, the 'ultimate play' on volatility on Wall Street, is set for a rough quarter (VIRT)

We won't know exactly how Virtu Financial fared during the third quarter until November 7, when the high-frequency trader unveils its earnings, but one UBS analyst is betting things won't look good. Times are tough for high-speed traders, which do better during more volatile market conditions. Show More Summary

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