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The Housing Market in 2019: A Buyer’s Market?

As you may recall, the housing market was on fire for most of 2018. Inventory was low, prices were high, and it was truly a “seller’s market.” Many factors were responsible for this trend, and low interest rates is arguably the most significant one that prompted buyers to seek a new home. Then, around June, interest rates went up, price increases went on the decline and the market overall stumbled down the stretch. Fast forward to the present day. Housing trends have begun to shift, and home price growth is still slowing down – a trend that many think will ...Continue reading

Autodesk Bounces Back After Steep December Drop

Autodesk (ADSK) is currently priced at $135 per share. The stock dipped about 10 percent this past December in unison with the rest of the market. Autodesk jumped right back, gaining nearly 8 percent through the start of the new year. Investors willing to tolerate volatility should consider adding Autodesk to their portfolio. Here's why. Autodesk's primary money-maker has been computer-aided design (CAD) of buildings and manufactured parts. Autodesk has emerged as a force in the architecture industry, construction industry and the even in the 3D modeling space. The company provides three-dimensional models of parts. Autodesk has increased its products ...Continue reading

80% of Workers Live Paycheck-to-Paycheck: How to Dig Out of This

At the time of writing, Congressional Democrats and Republicans are still far apart on a funding deal that has kept the government in a partial shutdown for nearly 24 days. We’ll let you decide what side is to blame for the current shutdown, but amid the partial shutdown, we’ve seen numerous stories about the hundreds of thousands of furloughed workers (i.e., Coast Guard staff) and employees having to report to work for no pay (i.e., TSA workers, air traffic controllers). This has brought a report from CareerBuilder back into the spotlight that casts even more dire light on the topic ...Continue reading

Federal Reserve Chairman Dismisses Recession Concerns for 2019

With the stock market shaking about wildly as 2018 came to a close, many Americans have been led to believe that the explosion of economic growth in the Trump era may soon come crashing to a cataclysmic end. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell disagrees, and made that clear during his conversation with Economic Club president David M. Rubenstein last Thursday. Powell, who is one of the chief financial policymakers in Washington, made an appearance at the Economic Club last week to discuss all things finance. The conversation touched on projections for the future, the volatility of the markets, and the ...Continue reading

These are the Best Looking Jobs for 2019

With hiring freezes spreading, a recession on the horizon, and the stock market veering wildly, many individuals are now focusing on their personal career growth. A lot of industries have experienced change and disruption in recent years, with many moving away from employers and towards gig economies, and many employers moving away from employees and towards remote workers. With all of that in mind, let's take a look and the jobs with the most potential in 2019. Leadership and Project Management It may be surprising, but soft skills like project management, leadership, and public speaking, are actually at the forefront ...Continue reading

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