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This year’s first quarter is promising, with investments bouncing back from 2018’s gloomy end, and the good news that there’s no interest rate hike in sight from the Fed.
This week we’re reading about clients being overcharged in mutual funds and the SEC’s push to settle these claims. Also, the surprising stuff happening in Venezuela at one of the largest oil refineries.
Read on for a look back at last year’s market, and a glimpse into 2019. Is the market headed for collapse?
This week we’re reading about index funds and their role in the market. Surprisingly, we’re not reading much about bitcoin, which is a good thing.
As the year comes to an end, we look at some changes to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that could affect your tax deductions. Read on for more.
A look at this year’s third quarter with the longest bull run in its history, and what it means headed into Q4.
This week we’re exploring some interesting activities Elon Musk is partaking in, and Apple’s $1 trillion valuation leaves critics skeptical of the company’s tactics.
The Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule was struck down earlier this year and the industry faces potential fiduciary standards from the Security and Exchange Commission. In the midst of this turmoil, financial firms continue to abuse their clients. Roughly one week after the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the March 15th decision to vacate the DOL rule, Morgan Stanley agreed to pay $3.6 million in fines related to brokers’ misappropriation of client funds.
This week were reading about Bitcoin ETF, will it ever come to fruition? Also, Facebook takes a big loss.