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No, Billionaires Don’t Pay Lower Tax Rates Than Wage Workers

It’s been repeated often: billionaires pay less taxes than the traditional working class. But though it’s been repeated, that doesn’t necessarily make it true. While billionaires have many methods of reducing their taxes, these are the same methods that are open to the working class as well. As a whole, many working people get refunds … Continue reading “No, Billionaires Don’t Pay Lower Tax Rates Than Wage Workers”

Is Travel Insurance Worth As Much As You Think it is?

With the holidays fast approaching, it’ll soon be “the most wonderful time of the year.” And when the holiday season hits, Americans start to hit the road, as they venture by plane, land, and even by sea to visit with loved ones and share in the joy of the holiday season. It translates into big … Continue reading “Is Travel Insurance Worth As Much As You Think it is?”

1 in 5 Americans Are Stashing Cash to Prepare for a Recession

How worried are you about the potential of a coming economic recession? Not worried at all? Slightly concerned? On red alert? Regardless of your take on the current state of the economy and the other factors that may have caused the stock market to fluctuate in recent weeks, some say that we’re just flat-out due … Continue reading “1 in 5 Americans Are Stashing Cash to Prepare for a Recession”

Kellogg Became a Buy with Simple Re-Branding

Kellogg Company (K) is priced right around $62, and has been in the news lately as the company has thrown its hat into the meat substitute ring. Kellogg also offers a dividend around 4%, so those who lean toward guaranteed returns are always considering a stake in this food manufacturer. Let’s take a look at … Continue reading “Kellogg Became a Buy with Simple Re-Branding”

The U.S. Steel Industry Just Got Downgraded

America’s domestic steel industry just got downgraded from “stable” to “negative,” and that’s going to have some serious consequences for American steel companies. It’s expected that the current issues with the American steel industry will continue for some time, as manufacturing has steadily slowed. Short-term, it’s possible that U.S. steelmakers may need to shutter mills, … Continue reading “The U.S. Steel Industry Just Got Downgraded”

U.S. Unemployment the Lowest in 50 Years Per September Jobs Report

Friday, October 4 was an important day in the year 2019. No, it wasn’t a day that will get its own chapter in the history books yet to be written, but it was a big day in terms of how a certain report would forecast the economic future in the near-term. It was a report … Continue reading “U.S. Unemployment the Lowest in 50 Years Per September Jobs Report”

Will 2020 Be a Good Time to Buy a House?

Most people want to know when the best time is to purchase a house. It’s really impossible to say when the best time is, but there are certain signs that you can look for. If you’re currently in the market (or about to be), here’s what you need to know. The Rates Are Extremely Low … Continue reading “Will 2020 Be a Good Time to Buy a House?”

How Much Does That Cost A Year?! Weekly Splurges that Add Up

A cup of morning coffee. Picking up those “extras” at the grocery store. Ordering out (and having food delivered to your home). Treating yourself to some new clothes after a busy week at work. We might say that we budget for the aforementioned, but the reality is that they fall more under the category of … Continue reading “How Much Does That Cost A Year?! Weekly Splurges that Add Up”

Don’t Expect Domino’s Stock to be a Strong Buy Any Time Soon…

Domino’s has enjoyed half a decade of double-digit sales growth. The company’s pizzas are tasty, affordable and delivered surprisingly quickly. However, Domino’s is at an equity deficit. Take a look at Domino’s balance sheet and you will be concerned. If Domino’s cannot continue to expand, the stock could take a hit due to its excessive … Continue reading “Don’t Expect Domino’s Stock to be a Strong Buy Any Time Soon…”

More Ways Trump’s Impeachment Could Change the Economy

With impeachment in the air, many are wondering how impeachment could impact the economy. Truthfully, no one knows. Very few presidents have ever been successfully impeached, though impeachment has been attempted. Here’s what you need to know about this somewhat arcane political process. Only Two US Presidents Have Been Successfully Impeached Andrew Johnson and Bill … Continue reading “More Ways Trump’s Impeachment Could Change the Economy”

The S&P’s Performance Under Trump Surpasses Both Bush and Reagan

How has the S&P been performing under President Donald Trump? The Trump Administration made a lot of claims regarding the performance of the economy, but how accurate are they? The S&P has been in a free fall as of late, but much of it has to do with issues of manufacturing. Yet just a week … Continue reading “The S&P’s Performance Under Trump Surpasses Both Bush and Reagan”

Here’s How Trump’s Possible Impeachment is Affecting the Market

In case you’ve been unplugged or somewhere without TV or Internet access lately, then you already know that U.S. House Democrats have opened up an impeachment inquiry into whether President Donald Trump abused his presidential power by soliciting a foreign government to investigate a political foe. We’re not going to get any further into the … Continue reading “Here’s How Trump’s Possible Impeachment is Affecting the Market”

Meet Greenlight, the Company Making a Debit Card for Kids

Money management is one of the most important life skills that anyone can attain, but have you ever wondered what the best way to introduce children to the world of money, credit cards and debit cards is? Some parents open a bank account for their kids and go about the tutorial that way. Others might … Continue reading “Meet Greenlight, the Company Making a Debit Card for Kids”

DoorDash Data Breach Leaks 4.9 Million Records

The data breaches just keep coming. On Thursday, September 26, 2019, DoorDash announced a breach that impacted approximately 5 million users. This includes merchants, customers, and workers — anyone who had an account with DoorDash. Consumers are going to have to be increasingly cautious about data breach attacks, and DoorDash may suffer a hit to … Continue reading “DoorDash Data Breach Leaks 4.9 Million Records”

You Can Buy a 15-Ton Fighting Robot on eBay

Have you ever wanted a 15-ton fighting robot? Well, now’s your chance. A 15-ton robot was just put on eBay, after the bankruptcy of MegaBots. This robot is a full 16-feet tall, with parts and weapon attachments. The only catch: you’re going to have to figure out the shipping. It could be up to $50,000 … Continue reading “You Can Buy a 15-Ton Fighting Robot on eBay”

The Hottest Stock in the Pet Business Right Now?

Freshpet (FRPT) trades for $48 and change. Plenty of stock pickers have soured on Freshpet in recent months for varying reasons. However, there is some merit to thinking like a contrarian when investing your money as replicating the investing decisions of others rarely works unless you get the timing just right. Let’s take a look … Continue reading “The Hottest Stock in the Pet Business Right Now?”

Yes, This Wood Pellet Maker is Actually a GREAT Investment

Enviva (EVA) trades at $31.78 per share. This company makes wood pellets utility providers burn as a clean substitute for coal in the quest to generate affordable and clean energy. The vast majority of Enviva’s customers are in the United Kingdom and Europe. Enviva’s wood pellets are provided through fee-based contracts that extend across several … Continue reading “Yes, This Wood Pellet Maker is Actually a GREAT Investment”

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