Investment Prospects for 2015

To take the right steps for the future, it is helpful to know the past. Below is a chart highlighting the performance of various asset classes in 2014. As you can see, foreign stock markets, gold and commodities have performed poorly, while US stock markets and real estate…

Six of New York City's Most Expensive Apartments

What is the astronomical price of real estate transactions fascinates us, so why do we like to read that Prince Saudi has just bought a $100 million top-floor apartment, or that the newly established hedge fund giant has just rented an apartment for $400,000 a month, Toni Haber,…

This is the average debt of Americans of all ages

Americans have fallen back in love with debt. Total household debt, including mortgages, student loans, car loans, credit cards and other debt, fell after the Great Depression, but has rebounded steadily in the years since. Overall, U.S. debt reached a new high of $13 trillion last year, 280 billion…

Strategy: Flat markets offer great opportunities

Calm, calm, no fluctuations. If you meditate on the beach, it's a good view. If you're looking at a market and looking for a trading trend, that's not so much. Horizontal trading market is the curse of traders who want to ride the waves in the upstream or downward…

You can now return the goods at a real store

It's not just cities that work with Amazon. Many physical retailers, including Home Depot, Lowe's, Bloomingdales and Sears (to name just a few), either sell products on Amazon's website or agree to sell Amazon products such as Kindle or Echo in their stores. Yes, these are the real retailers that…

Prescription for painful medical bills: Don & 039; No payment... just

Next time you get your medical bills, at least don't pay immediately. It's worth checking for errors first. The wrong accounts for medical bills vary widely. Although the American Medical Association estimated that 7.1% of payment claims in 2013 contained errors, a 2014 Nerdwallet study found that 49% of…

Seven tips for managing 401 (k)

If you have worked for twenty or thirty years, you may remember the glorious days of pensions. You put a certain amount of money in an account and when you retire, you begin to receive checks. Apart from continuing to work to accumulate more retirement funds, there are…

Looking ahead, the market will not bullish the Canadian economy

One of the biggest risks of investment is that many people look in the rearview mirror when making decisions. This includes purchasing a specific fund, allocating the market based on the returns of the previous year, or especially listening to experts'explanations of the latest economic data. The problem is…