Global Revenue: A Dominant Factor in Early 2017

For all the talk of President Trump’s efforts to “make America great again,” one of the most interesting features of the market in 2017 has been how the best performers across global equities have been anything focused internationally—whether emerging markets leading regions higher or even U.S. multinationals outperforming U.S.-focused market segments.   Click here for Read more about Global Revenue: A Dominant Factor in Early 2017[…]

The investing implications of Macron’s French election win

Pro-European former investment banker Emmanuel Macron won the final round of the French presidential election by a large margin, further reducing perceived European political risk. The BlackRock Investment Institute’s key views on the French final vote, including what it could mean for markets: We could see moderate gains in risk assets, with Macron’s victory largely Read more about The investing implications of Macron’s French election win[…]

A Guide to Your College-Savings Options

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U.S. economic growth slower than France, ‘terrible’: BlackRock’s Fink

CHICAGO (Reuters) – BlackRock Inc Chief Executive Officer Larry Fink on Friday sounded another warning on the U.S. economy after the government reported anemic growth in the first quarter. Source Author: Reuters Are you interested in building wealth with stocks and bonds? Be sure to check out our Automated Robo-Advisor Solutions. #Reuters #Finance #FinancialMarkets #Investing Read more about U.S. economic growth slower than France, ‘terrible’: BlackRock’s Fink[…]

BioMarin CEO says ‘the system will have to determine’ the worth of its new $702,000 drug

Jim Cramer spoke with JJ Bienaimé for more on the company’s newest drug that treats a very rare disease. Source Author: CNBC Are you interested in building wealth with stocks and bonds? Be sure to check out our Automated Robo-Advisor Solutions. #CNBC #Finance #FinancialMarkets #Investing #Equities #RealEstate #Stocks #Bonds

Sebastian Gorka, controversial Trump adviser, reportedly out

Sebastian Gorka, a controversial counterterrorism adviser to President Donald Trump, will soon leave his job, according to reports late Sunday. Both CNN and the Washington Examiner said Gorka will step down from his White House post in the coming days. A source told CNN that Gorka was “generating too much controversy.” Gorka is a former Read more about Sebastian Gorka, controversial Trump adviser, reportedly out[…]

Michelle Schroeder on Sense & Cents

Welcome to March’s online income report where I show you how I made money online last month. It’s time to look at this month’s update and track how I did. So begins the March income report from Michelle Schroeder, aka the entrepreneur behind the wildly popular personal finance blog Making Sense of Cents. You might Read more about Michelle Schroeder on Sense & Cents[…]

Introducing Tax Protection

When I was five, I loved juice boxes. Who didn’t? They were portable and delicious – just what every preschooler needs. But as I got older, carrying around a juice box wasn’t cool. So I graduated to soda. Then, as I weaned myself off the constant onslaught of sugar and caffeine, water. My tastes changed. Read more about Introducing Tax Protection[…]

Stefanie O’Connell On Financial Empowerment

Stefanie O’Connell is a performer. She’s also a money guru, writer, and entrepreneur. She graduated college in the ominous year of 2008 as a theater major. Although some people might worry about the prospects of employment with a theater degree, Stefanie wasn’t one of them. Shortly after graduating, she landed her first gig. By November Read more about Stefanie O’Connell On Financial Empowerment[…]

Where Should I Put My Money?

How M1 Finance’s “Engaged Investing” Approach is Providing New Options to People A lot of people look at investing as a complex process, driven by overwhelming amounts of data and a level of unpredictability that makes survival only possible for those with iron hearts and expendable incomes. At least that’s the feeling that’s been beaten Read more about Where Should I Put My Money?[…]

Active vs. Passive

Public conversations have become difficult. I’m not the first to realize this and by no means have a cure, but I do have a suspicion as to why. Those on the extreme of any issue are the most passionate, loudest, and most willing to make provocative, attention-grabbing statements. As a result, characterizations of issues dominate Read more about Active vs. Passive[…]

Why I Founded M1

If you’re like most people, you probably don’t get warm and fuzzy feelings when you think of finance companies. Unless, perhaps, you work at one. Because traditionally, employees of finance firms often make inordinate amounts of money while supposedly being the steward of other people’s investments. This was the revelation behind the 75-year old book Read more about Why I Founded M1[…]

Economy Needs Consumers to Shop Again

First-quarter slowdowns have become such a regular feature of the U.S. economy that investors will be tempted to brush off this last one. They shouldn’t. Source Author: The Wall Street Journal Are you interested in building wealth with stocks and bonds? Be sure to check out our Automated Robo-Advisor Solutions. #TheWallStreetJournal #Finance #FinancialMarkets #Investing #Equities Read more about Economy Needs Consumers to Shop Again[…]