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    Stocks This Week: Buy MMM And Activision Blizzard

    Photo by ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images AFP via Getty Images The monthly and weekly S&P cycles have bottomed. The 1-4-10 year cycles bottom in the first week of October. The current correction does not appear to be complete in terms of price but the cycles are bottoming. Here are two more stock recommendations for… More

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    How Much Of Your Salary Should You Put Away For Retirement?

    getty If you’re like most employees, one of the most important decisions that will impact your financial future has already been made for you. In 2006, Congress passed the Pension Protection Act. Despite the law’s name, it represented a watershed event for retirement savers using a 401(k) plan. It allowed employers to change how employees… More

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    Market Forecast: Stormy Weather Ahead?

    Market Forecast: Stormy Weather Ahead? Photo credit: Shutterstock Despite some attempts to rally, the markets have continued to decline throughout September. As they are now well below the peak where they started the month, what should we expect going forward? Let’s take a closer look at the market forecast. “Normal” Declines? First, let’s put the… More

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    Nike Stock Jumps Nearly 10% After Reporting Surge In Online Sales

    Topline Shares of athletic apparel retailer Nike surged by nearly 10% on Wednesday, a day after the company reported financial results that crushed expectations thanks to booming online business during the coronavirus pandemic. Nike’s digital sales rose 82% last quarter, even as many of its stores reopened. Budrul Chukrut/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Key Facts… More

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    Financial Services Compensation Scheme: Your Questions Answered

    getty The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) was set up in 2001 to protect consumers’ savings in the event their bank or building society went bust. It can also protect mortgages, investments and insurance products. Here we explain all you need to know. What is the FSCS? The Financial Services Compensation Scheme was introduced under… More

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    A European Perspective On Primacy In A Digital World

    As the Euro is jostled by the Yuan/Renminbi and squeezed by the dollar, the lack of true world scale home-grown new economy enterprises has come to haunt the European psyche. The Europeans had the most negative reaction to Libra. They are acutely aware of the lack of true world-scale social media companies nurtured and created… More

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    California Increases Homestead Exemption In New Legislation

    What would be a $2 million home in Mountain View, California getty On September 15, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill 1885 (AB1885) which increases the creditor homestead exemption for personal residences in the Golden State. The new homestead will have a baseline of $300,000 but can be as high as… More

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    Now Paying 3+% Dividends: These 5 Value Stocks

    close up photo of one hundred dollar note, money background getty Each of these stocks pays a dividend of greater than 3% — which is significantly more than U.S. Treasury bonds or notes are paying right now. Obviously, an investor in an equity is taking on more risk than purchasing government-guaranteed rates but some may… More

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    Investors Risk Losing Assets From Increased Cyber Attacks On Advisors/Brokers, SEC Warns

    Investors risk losing assets from increased cyber attacks on financial advisors and broker-dealers, the Securities and Exchange Commission warned today. The increase is coming in a form of hacking called “credential stuffing” which the SEC said is emerging as a more effective way for attackers to gain unauthorized access to customer accounts and/or firm systems… More

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