5 Lessons From the Life of David Noble
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5 Lessons From the Life of David Noble
The Trump administration today gave life insurers two big, but temporary, victories against the Dodd-Frank Act.
President Donald Trump sent Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin two memos about the act.
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The Conference Board has released its reading on consumer confidence for February. The 130.8 figure was up 6.5 points 124.3 in January. Consensus estimates had been 127.0 from Dow Jones (Wall Street Journal) and 126.4 from Bloomberg.
What stands out about this report is that the cutoff date for the preliminary results was February 15. That means the people surveyed had already seen the panic....More>>>
You can spend hours on Google Earth “touring” exciting places all over the world – but that’s just a tiny slice of what satellite imaging can do.
The full range of information gathering and sharing this technology is capable of is honestly astonishing…
It can tell us exactly how much corn will be produced by farms in Iowa this season. Or how busy....More>>>
We just discovered a major new 2016 stock market crash warning sign in the markets this week. And this time, the stock market crash warning sign is coming from the Bank of Japan (BOJ).
The BOJ appears ready to take its negative-interest-rate policy (NIRP) a step further and venture even deeper into negative territory. The BOJ first shocked markets on Jan. 29 when it adopted negative....More>>>
(This is part one of a two-part series on Warren Adler, his attitudes toward ageism and of the importance of never allowing oneself to lose the creative impulse in the face of aging or rejection.)
Like the tale he so hilariously and sensationally told of divorce through The War of the Roses, author Warren Adler has another story to tell nearly four decades later. He wants people–particularly....More>>>
Why do you trade?
It is important to understand the true drivers behind why you trade the markets. The answer is different for everyone. We all have different circumstances, wants, wishes and desires.
Below are common reasons people get involved:
Entertainment Gambling Staying informed about economic and political developments Intellectual pursuit and....More>>>
It easily could be a tough day for stocks, as traders are worrying about Spar-a-Lago and moping about yesterdays ugly finish.
Why exactly does the stock market keep wallowing below its March 1 peak?
Analysts have a list of potential culprits: the Donald Trump-Xi Jinping summit that starts today in Florida, fears that tax cuts wont come soon, and the Feds plans to pare back its stockpile....More>>>
Hey, Alexa, can anything stop Amazon?
Shares of the e-commerce king, which is also now a cloud computing giant, connected-home leader, drone company, freight airline, Hollywood studio and even a traditional brick-and-mortar retailer, rose above $900 for the first time Tuesday.
It’s another all-time high.
Amazon (AMZN, Tech30) stock is on a seven-day winning streak.....More>>>
Oil prices hit a 10-year low in January 2016, but since then they rose 47%. That means the top oil stocks of 2016 saw huge returns.
To give investors an overview of how well oil stocks did in 2016, Money Morning made a list of thetop oil stocks of 2016. To make our list of the top oil stocks, we looked at companies with biggest stock price growth and market cap of at least $1 billion.
Hearsay data has found that 10% of compliance risks identified by monitoring language on social and digital platforms are actually risky. The firm’s Risk Meter uses machine learning to prioritize risks it identifies based on almost 100 million annual interactions processed on the Hearsay platform, according to a statement.
“Today, supervision teams are tasked to do more than ever....More>>>