Prices are skyrocketing for everything from food to fuel, and inflation is surging at the fastest pace in more than 40 years. While just about everyone is feeling the squeeze, as CBS2's Dick Brennan reports, it can be especially tough for people on fixed incomes.
Robert Kiyosaki says that hot inflation will 'wipe out 50% of the US population' — here's what he means by that and how to protect yourself
'Rich Dad Poor Dad' is more bearish than ever.
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‘We have a whole lot more to go down’: Suze Orman thinks we’re headed for a recession and warns that things may get a ‘little bit ugly.’ Here's what she likes for safety
Suze is bearish — but not on everything.
The headlines have been busy recently about the heavy losses markets have taken this year, and that we’re in bear territory. But the real story of this year’s stock action isn’t so much the losses as it is the volatility. The wide swings in trading from day to day or week to week, overlaid on the downward trend, have generated more than their share of investor confusion. In times like these, when the trends are conflicting and the forecasts uncertain, the investing greats can serve as a source o
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Cedar Fair plans to use proceeds from the land sale to speed up corporate strategies including resuming quarterly distributions to unit holders.
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Take a 10-year outlook and tune out the short-term noise to build a fortune with these top growth stocks.
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China is building a yuan currency reserve to compete with the dollar and prop up other economies facing volatility
China is teaming up with Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Chile. Each will contribute the about $2.2 billion worth of yuan.
The White House said on Monday that Russia has defaulted on its international bonds for the first time since the Bolshevik revolution, as sweeping sanctions have effectively cut the country off from the global financial system. Until last week, Russia kept on paying on its Eurobonds in foreign currency as per issue conditions yet its dollar and euro coupon transfers made in May, ahead of a key U.S. waiver allowing for such transactions expired, did not reach investors. "Statements of a default are absolutely unjustified," Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told a call with reporters on Monday, pointing to the May forex coupon payment.
EXCLUSIVE: Michael Saylor's MicroStrategy Is Married To Bitcoin: 'Everything Else In The World Is Inferior'
Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) has shed half of its value since the start of the year and has fallen even more since it topped out around $69,000 last November. Although the sharp price decrease has been alarming for some cryptocurrency investors, MicroStrategy Inc (NASDAQ: MSTR), which has more than $4 billion in Bitcoin exposure, doesn't seem phased. "If you try to time the market, you are going to be very frustrated," MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor said Monday on "Benzinga Live." "But if you look ou
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The housing market has made headline news over the past two years, with countless buyers being priced out of the market. Not only have home prices exploded by as much as 50% in some areas, interest...
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Shares of the online car-buying company Carvana (NYSE: CVNA) were plunging this morning, likely after a Barron's article published over the weekend said that the company, in some cases, sold cars before it even had the title to them. Barron's said in its reporting that Carvana was selling cars too quickly during the pandemic, when demand for buying a car online soared, which led to problems in receiving the proper title for vehicles for some customers. Apparently, enough people have experienced this problem that a lawsuit is being brought against the car seller, saying that some customers went years without legally being able to drive vehicles purchased from Carvana.
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Among the high-profile stocks splitting their shares in 2022, these three offer the most attractive long-term growth prospects.
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In this article, we discuss 10 dividend stocks with over 10% yield. You can skip our detailed analysis of dividend stocks’ past performance and latest trading trends, and go directly to read 5 Dividend Stocks with Over 10% Yield. Dividend stocks are in the limelight these days as risk of a recession grows and investors […]
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Warren Buffett may not be a fan of stock splits when it comes to some stock classes of his own company, Berkshire Hathaway, but several notable names have been going down this route recently. It is believed that the increased accessibility following a split can boost the retail demand for a company's shares, and thereby lead to an increase in the stock price. Warren Buffett's top holding, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), executed a stock split in August 2020.
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In this article, we discuss the 10 stocks that Jim Cramer recommends for recession. If you want to read about some more stocks that Jim Cramer recommends for recession, go directly to Jim Cramer Recommends These 5 Stocks for Recession. Recession fears have steadily been gathering pace at the stock market over the past few […]
Morgan Stanley equity strategists, led by the bearish Michael Wilson, say the S&P 500 Index may climb another 5% to 7%—before resuming losses.
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To be ranked as a Dividend Aristocrat, a company must increase its dividend for 25 consecutive years and be a member of the S&P 500. The well-established nature of these companies is undoubtedly a major positive.
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Housing market crashes aren't as common as many people think. But if a crash does happen, you can rest easy knowing these three things.