June 25, 2015
What we’re reading this week.
With three big social media stocks taking a nosedive this week, and drops in the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the market was on the move. Want to learn more? Here are a few things we’re reading this week.
- “U.S. Stocks Fall for Second Day Amid Growth Concerns After Data” We’re keeping an eye on the market, and encourage you to make an appointment to see us in person or give us a call whenever you have concerns.
- “Beware of Politicians Bearing Household Analogies” A whole country really isn’t just a larger version of your household. Who knew? (Well, we did. And so did you.)
- Do you suffer from “lumpsumopathy?” Forbes’ Rob Berger has a few ideas about how you should spend your tax return.
- There are a lot of sports metaphors in finance. How about one more? Is it fun to have a lot of money to spend? Yes, and no. It’s a responsibility. Robert Mays on Grantland talks about how Jacksonville GM Dave Caldwell answered that question recently.
- Three big social media stocks fell this week, Twitter, Linkedin, and Yelp. Here’s what one finance journalist thinks happened.
- Can Amazon be beat? Read more in the New York Times about two veteran retailers doing something new to compete with the online giant
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