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A dear friend of mine truly despises the term retirement. He’s 60 years old but thinks, acts, and feels like he is 40. During a recent conversation, he emphatically said, “Do you know what retirement means? To withdraw from life. I’m not withdrawing from life – I can work circles around....More>>>
U.S. Treasury bonds have had a dream rally so far this year with long-dated bonds like PIMCO 25+ Year Zero Coupon U.S. Treasury Index Exchange-Traded Fund (NYSEARCA:ZROZ) adding 21.1% (as of September 12, 2016), Vanguard Extended Duration Treasury ETF (NYSEARCA:EDV) advancing over 18.9% and iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (NYSEARCA:TLT) inching up about 12.5%.
A host of factors aided the....More>>>
American Vanguard Company (NYSE:AVD) is a solid company. It was hit hard by the agricultural downturn but I believe the long term case is strong. I like the company’s balance sheet. I like its earnings growth. I believe they are unknown and will make a valuable addition to one’s portfolio.
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To save for a comfortable retirement, many people shoot for a number. If you’re one of them, and you’re diligently saving toward that goal, great! But it takes more than a commitment to your 401(k) to build a financially solid retirement. Along with how much you save, you need....More>>>
Got a Yahoo account? Here’s what should be on your radar It’s official: Hearts can be hacked.
The FDA confirmed that St. Jude Medical’s implantable cardiac devices have vulnerabilities that could allow a hacker to access a device. Once in, they could deplete the battery or administer incorrect pacing or shocks, the FDA said on Monday.
The devices, like pacemakers....More>>>