Protecting Your Money: Bitcoin
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Recent weeks have seen a flurry of cryptocurrency news, from Tesla announcing just a few days ago that it’s still holding $1.3 billion worth of bitcoin — and that it’s also planning to accept bitcoin as payment soon. The city of Miami is also continuing to talk up MiamiCoin, its own cryptocurrency token that would … The post If you own any cryptocurrency, there’s a secret tax loophole that can save you thousands appeared first on BGR.
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You shouldn't invest your life savings into any one stock, but these three have some serious potential.
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Lumber is vital for many of the projects that people go to Home Depot (NYSE: HD) and Lowe's (NYSE: LOW) for. Lumber prices are crashing. Interestingly, as the price of lumber was rising, Home Depot and Lowe's were raising prices they charge customers, and so far, those higher prices have not decreased demand.
My girlfriend cosigned my mortgage. I paid the mortgage for 4 years, plus a $125,000 down payment. She paid the utilities. Now she wants half
‘I couldn’t secure the loan on my own until the other house was sold. So I applied for the mortgage with my girlfriend.’
Medicare – health insurance that kicks in at 65 — is not free. You can unwittingly send your Medicare Part B premium – the part that covers certain doctors, outpatient care and preventive care — sky-high by poorly planning your income beginning at age 63. Medicare part B premiums are determined by the income you had two years ago, so your 2019 income determines your 2021 premiums, and your income this year will determine premiums in 2023.
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In this article, we discuss the 10 best electric utility stocks to buy now. If you want to skip our detailed analysis of these stocks, go directly to the 5 Best Electric Utility Stocks to Buy Now. The economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic created problems for many industries from the sharp decline in demand […]
We’re well into the Q2 earnings season and the results coming in show a strong overall performance so far. In fact, according to FactSet, if the S&P 500’s actual growth rate for the quarter hits 74.2% - as appears likely right now - it will amount to the biggest year-over-year earnings growth rate the index has displayed since Q4 2009. It’s a confidence boosting turn of events and a slightly surprising one, as noted by Oppenheimer’s Chief Investment Strategist John Stoltzfus. Stoltzfus believes
Yes, the Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) he was going to take must be made. If that is true, you became the owner of the funds in the IRA as soon as he died as a matter of law. The RMD for 2021 is based on his age and his Dec. 31, 2020, account balance.
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Nearly every investor has a goal of earning as much money as possible in the stock market, but not everyone will be able to achieve that goal. Getting rich by investing is challenging, and you'll need the right strategy. Fortunately, there are a few secrets to making money in the stock market, and it's easier than you may think to become a successful (and wealthy) investor.
The stock market is near all-time highs, which makes for a great time to plan for a big sell-off, even if you don’t expect one to come.Why it matters: A sell-off that sends the stock market down 10% from current levels would be very average by historical standards.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Regardless of whether you expect the market to go lower, most would agree that it’s better to formulate an investment strategy during times of calm than times o
‘Had I received $10,000 out during his original refinancing eight years ago, that money would have grown either in savings or in the stock market.’
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. consumers will have to resume making payments on their Federal student loans when a Covid-related relief program expires on Sept. 30, and some borrowers may struggle to pay all their debts at that point.That could spill over into bonds backed by private student loans, as well as auto loans and credit cards, which have performed unexpectedly well over the last year as Covid stimulus and debt relief programs have helped borrowers pay their bills, or skip payments.The March 2020
You might have heard this billionaire's name, but who is Mark Cuban and how did he make his money? It's possible you know him as one of the sharks on the hit show "Shark Tank," but Cuban is more than...
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One early bitcoin investor has crunched the numbers on the crypto, and thinks it's looking mighty undervalued at the moment.
Should you FIRE the 4% spending rule in retirement? My play on words refers to the “Financial Independence, Retire Early” movement, as it applies to the standard retirement spending rule that many financial planners have traditionally recommended. New research has analyzed whether changes need to be made to that rule if you’re planning for a 50-year retirement—which is the avowed goal of some followers of the FIRE movement.
The technology giant is expected to keep its mega rewards program for shareholders rolling, with proceeds from a four-part bond offering on Thursday earmarked for general corporate purposes, including to return capital to shareholders.
A Senate vote to start debate on a $1.2 trillion package has set the infrastructure-train in motion. Potential winners include Jacobs Engineering, Hubbell, and Union Pacific.
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One trick to investing is trying to predict the future -- but that doesn't mean you should buy a crystal ball and attempt to time the market. Instead, pay attention to secular trends, and look for companies that could benefit over the long term.
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Exxon Mobil, an American multinational oil and gas entity, is expected to report its second-quarter earnings of $1.0 per share, which represents year-over-year growth of over 240%, up from a loss of $0.70 per share seen in the same quarter a year ago.
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When the next crash inevitably strikes, the following five industries should be bought by investors hand over fist. While I wouldn't go so far as to call any industry or trend completely market-crash proof, cybersecurity stocks are pretty darn crash-resistant. As data goes digital, the onus of protecting enterprise and consumer data will increasingly fall into the hands of third-party cybersecurity-service providers.