Financial Selfcare: Earning, Saving, And Investing Inevitably, any conversation about personal finances includes goals geared toward earning, saving, and investing.  Earning goals seem the easiest to tackle for most-find a field you have some interest in and aptitude for, train, and then enter that career. If only it all occurred that smoothly and straightforward, but…

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Variations On An Account: The Expansion Of Your Savings Strategy. Picture this- you feel financially stable. This big, amorphous thing that you call your financial life feels manageable. You have utilized and automated your bank’s savings account, maybe branched into a high-interest account like a High-Yield account or Money Market account to ensure that your…

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Options to Save: What Types Of Accounts are For You? You’ve committed to saving for your future self, for emergencies, for vacations, for travel, for your goals, and for your dreams. Your promise was met by action: you monitor your spending, stay within your budget, and make sure you pay yourself first. Now in the…

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In this week’s recap: Weakness in tech and high-growth stocks leads to a rocky week; Yellen and Powell signal optimism. Weekly Economic Update   THE WEEK ON WALL STREET A rocky week with wide price swings led to mixed results for stocks last week, as investors grappled with anxieties over economic growth and weakness in…

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In this week’s recap: A week of ups and downs leaves modest losses at week’s end. Weekly Economic Update     THE WEEK ON WALL STREET Rising bond yields and improving economic conditions led to a choppy week of trading that ended in modest losses for investors. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.46%, while…

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