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Upset with family conflict

Millions of Boomers are becoming senior citizens with 10,000 a day of us turning 65.  A lot of us still have aging parents, now in their 80s, 90s and more. And by that age, a lot of these elders need some kind of help. Will it come from us, their aging adult children?  All over this country, Boomer-aged adults are offering help whether physical or financial to their aging loved ones. Few of us are well prepared for this journey. As people live longer than we or they expected, the equally unexpected tasks of ensuring their care and safety fall to us. Seniors are caring for their more senior folks.

As we see at, where we consult with families about these issues, adult children express frustration, fears, worries about the cost of care, and some about uncooperative parents who refuse to share information. Some dread the burden of the physical work involved, particularly with parents who are unable to care for themselves any longer. It takes a special commitment to a loved one to cut back on or quit a job to take care of Mom or Dad. Even more trying is the added responsibility of simultaneously managing kids still at home. After age 65, we may even be looking after and impaired sibling at the same time. Yet we see countless daughters and daughters-in-law stepping in to do what is needed. Some are devoted sons and son-in-laws, though this is less common. Not everyone is suited to the chores, however.

fibonacci trading: Gilead Sciences, Inc.(GILD)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By JJ Kinahan]

    FIGURE 1: GILEAD BOUNCING BACK. After declining to a 52-week low of $63.76 on June 16, Gilead (GILD) stock has bounced back and is only down slightly from where it started the year. Chart source: thinkorswim® by TD Ameritrade.  Data source: Standard & Poor’s. Not a recommendation. For illustrative purposes only. Past performance does not guarantee future results.

  • [By Chris Lange]

    Gilead Sciences Inc. (NASDAQ: GILD) reported fourth-quarter earnings after markets closed on Tuesday. The company posted $2.70 in earnings per share (EPS) and $7.3 billion in revenue, compared with the consensus estimates from Thomson Reuters that called for $2.61 in EPS and $7.15 billion in revenue. The same period from last year had $3.32 in EPS and $8.51 billion in revenue.

  • [By Craig Jones]

    Pete Najarian spoke about unusually high options activity in Gilead Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ: GILD). He said that somebody bought over 5,000 contracts of the May 85 calls for around $2. Najarian sees the options activity as a bullish sign and he bought shares and call options in Gilead Sciences.

fibonacci trading: Pacific Ethanol Inc.(PEIX)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Lisa Levin]

    Shares of Pacific Ethanol Inc (NASDAQ: PEIX) got a boost, shooting up 30 percent to $5.47 after the company reported stronger-than-expected earnings for its fourth quarter.

fibonacci trading: Integrated Device Technology, Inc.(IDTI)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Lisa Levin]

    Find out what's going on in today's market and bring any questions you have to Benzinga's PreMarket Prep.

    Analysts are expecting Discovery Communications Inc. (NASDAQ: DISCA) to have earned $0.47 per share on revenue of $1.69 billion in the latest quarter. Discovery Communications shares rose 0.17 percent to $29.08 in after-hours trading. Analysts expect T-Mobile US Inc (NASDAQ: TMUS) to report

  • [By Lisa Levin]


    T-Mobile US Inc (NYSE: TMUS) reported upbeat earnings for its fourth quarter on Tuesday. Integrated Device Technology Inc (NASDAQ: IDTI) agreed to acquire GigPeak Inc (NYSE: GIG) for around $250 million in cash. Charles River Laboratories Intl. Inc (NYSE: CRL) reported better-than-expected profit for its fourth quarter. Amkor Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMKR) posted downbeat revenue for its fourth quarter and issued a weak outlook for the current quarter.

fibonacci trading: Mitek Systems, Inc.(MITK)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By U.S. News]

    In at least one Texas bank and one Ohio credit union, 3D video banking is currently undergoing testing, according to, a website for bank and credit union marketing executives. Three-dimensional video banking is similar to a consumer video conference with a bank representative –- only in this case, the executive looks like a living, breathing person sitting across from you. Thanks to theater surround sound, the representative also sounds as if they’re in the same room. And since the consumer is interacting with a real person and not an automated hologram, the experience apparently isn’t much different than the real thing. Banking and managing money isn’t what it used to be. The 1970s and 1980s brought us the rise of the ATM. Consumers became acquainted with online banking during the 1990s and the first decade of the 2000s. The 2010s are shaping up as the era of mobile banking. That was underscored Sept. 10-11 in New York City when Mitek Systems Inc. (MITK), a San Diego-based technology company, debuted its Mobile Photo Account Opening product at Finovate, a trade show where banking tech products are often unveiled. The product allows consumers to open a bank account within 60 seconds. If you have your bank’s app, you can use your smartphone’s camera to take a photo of the front and back of your driver’s license, and presto, your new checking, savings or credit card account is open. Here’s a look at other financial products and services personal financial experts think we’ll be using in the future. Within 10 years. “The economic payments system will begin to ‘know us,’ either through biometrics, optical sensor or facial recognition,” says Joshua Siegel, managing principal of StoneCastle Partners, a New York-based asset management firm that invests in banks. That’s already happening to some extent with smartphones –- the new Apple (AAPL) iPhone 5S, for example, uses fingerprint scanning to unlock the phone. Meanwhile, some fi

  • [By Lisa Levin]

    In trading on Thursday, technology shares fell by 0.32 percent. Meanwhile, top losers in the sector included Mitek Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MITK), down 13 percent, and Formula Systems (1985) Ltd. (ADR) (NASDAQ: FORTY), down 8 percent.

  • [By Lisa Levin]

    In trading on Monday, technology shares fell 0.65 percent. Meanwhile, top losers in the sector included Ultra Clean Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: UCTT), down 4 percent, and Mitek Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MITK), down 7 percent.

fibonacci trading: MediWound Ltd.(MDWD)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Lisa Levin]

    Shares of Mediwound Ltd (NASDAQ: MDWD) were down 17 percent to $5.03. Mediwound priced its 4,400,000 offering of ordinary shares at $5 per share.

    Aldeyra Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ: ALDX) was down, falling around 20 percent to $7.30. Aldeyra Therapeutics reported proposed public offering of common stock.

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