Month: July 2020

Billionaire Mark Cuban told CNBC on Monday the stock market’s rally from its late March coronavirus-driven low reminds him of the 1990s dot-com bubble. “In some respects it’s different because of the Fed and the liquidity they’ve introduced and the inflation for financial assets that comes with that. But on a bigger picture, it’s so
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Scalping in the forex market involves trading currencies based on a set of real-time analyses. The purpose of scalping is to make a profit by buying or selling currencies, holding the position for a very short time, and closing it for a small profit. Many trades are placed throughout the trading day, and the system
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The car you drive every day to and from work sees a lot more action than the immaculate 1950s Ford Thunderbird you carefully stow away in the garage. It’s also going to be a lot easier to find repair parts for your late-model sedan than it is for a classic ride that rolled off the
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday praised Tesla CEO Elon Musk for building a company that promises to be much more than just electric vehicles. “This man is selling technology, and he’s talking about fully assisted and then he’s talking about driverless. He’s thinking so much bigger,” Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street.” ”He’s a big thinker.
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Hundreds of unemployed Kentucky residents wait in long lines outside the Kentucky Career Center for help with their unemployment claims on June 19, 2020 in Frankfort, Kentucky. John Sommers II Persistently high unemployment claims show the impact of the spreading virus on the workforce, and economists are already warning that July’s employment report could show
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Republican Senator Mitt Romney of Utah said he will vote against Judy Shelton, one of two Trump administration nominees to the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors. ”I’m not going to be endorsing,” Romney told reporters Thursday. “I will be voting against it.” Shelton, an informal adviser to President Donald Trump’s campaign in 2016, is nominated
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Riders are additional benefits that can be bought and added to a basic life insurance policy. They allow you to customize a policy and can provide several kinds of protection if you meet their conditions. Buying a rider means paying extra, but generally the additional premium is low because relatively little underwriting is required. Here are eight common
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We publish unbiased product reviews; our opinions are our own and are not influenced by payment we receive from our advertising partners. Learn more about how we review products and read our advertiser disclosure for how we make money. The American Express Membership Rewards program offers credit card users a lot of flexibility for how
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People walk past a TD Bank in Brooklyn, New York. Drew Angerer | Getty Images Earnings keep coming in, and while some high-profile companies are continuing to refuse providing guidance, many are making very interesting comments about the state of their industries. Here’s a few: Stock trading really strong. A solid report from TD Ameritrade.
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Much has been said about delaying Social Security benefits. Taking benefits at age 62 versus waiting until full retirement age makes a significant difference, and so does waiting until age 70 to start claiming. Should you delay? As in most financial planning, it depends. Do You Have an Immediate Need for the Money? Waiting until
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Car insurance can cover you on the open road, but long-term coverage may not always be necessary. If you only need to be covered for a short amount of time, a temporary car insurance policy could be the better option. However, before purchasing this type of policy, it’s important to understand how it works and
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