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Want to be Happier, Healthier and Wealthier? Try Reading these Books

So you want to be happier, healthier and, yes -- even wealthier? Who doesn't? After all, money doesn't buy happiness or good health. But if you can have all three — money, good health and happiness — wouldn't you be interested? Wouldn't you take the necessary measures to ensure that you can have all three of these often mutually exclusive things? Sure you would! Well, we've got good news for you: Amazon.com has just compiled its top books of 2019 so far, and it includes a handful of must-reads that take financial self-help to an entire new level. The books ...Continue reading

The Unexpected Costs that Could Ruin Your Retirement

So, you've put in your time at your company and are ready to hang up the briefcase for good and enjoy your twilight years in retirement. You've reached your retirement savings goals, and along with a Social Security check, you expect to live very comfortably when you drive away from the office for the last time. Whether you're nearing retirement in the short-term or hope to retire by a certain age, it's important to set savings goals so that you're not hurting financially. But, many people also fail to take into consideration certain unexpected costs that could greatly impact how ...Continue reading

Dow Closes High After Announcement of Positive Trump-Xi Meeting

Following a positive tweet by President Donald Trump in regards to Chinese Premier Xi Jinping, the stock market rallied 350 points with renewed confidence. Investors have been watching tensions unfold between the United States and China for the better part of the past two years, and have been cautious about investing until these issues have been resolved. The upcoming G20 Summit could be relief for many United States companies, but it could also go the other direction as well. Let's take a closer look at the tensions between the Trump Administration and Beijing, and examine what lies ahead. Trump's Threats ...Continue reading

Boeing Starts Selling 737 Max Planes Again

Boeing has just announced the first sales of the 737 Max since the highly publicized crashes earlier this year. Boeing has had a rollercoaster of a year, beginning with a fast boom due to its new contracts, and eventually culminating in a catastrophic slide amidst safety concerns. Yet, the sale of 200 new 737 Max planes could be the start of the company's recovery. From Booming Stock to Sudden Crash Following multiple contracts with the U.S. federal government, Boeing started off the year heavily positive. From January to late February, Boeing stock was a clear buy. Stock prices rose from ...Continue reading

Should You Invest in Yum! Brands? It’s Complicated…

Yum! Brands' stock has nearly doubled in the past half-decade. The Louisville, Kentucky-based restaurant behemoth owns Pizza Hut, KFC, Taco Bell and WingStreet. All in all, Yum! rakes in nearly $6 billion in revenue per year. Priced at $109 per share, Yum! Seems like a shaky investment at first glance simply because the coveted millennial age cohort does not have much of a penchant for unhealthy fast food. However, there is no denying Yum! restaurants are fast, convenient and affordably priced for cash-strapped workers in need of sustenance on-the-go. Let's take a look at whether Yum! is worth your hard-earned ...Continue reading

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