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Why a ‘Mad Money Account’ Could be the Perfect Failsafe

It’s estimated that about 50 percent of all marriages in the United States end in divorce. And of the marriages that end in divorce, it’s estimated that about 20 percent of all marital breakups in some way involve money. Yes, money can lead to a slew of problems. On the one hand, money isn’t everything. … Continue reading “Why a ‘Mad Money Account’ Could be the Perfect Failsafe”

Sports Gambling, One Year Later — Was it Worth It?

It’s been one year since the U.S. Supreme Court overruled a decision that limited sports gambling to the state of Nevada, and a lot has certainly happened in this 12-month span. While college and pro sports leagues seem to be split on legalized gambling as it pertains to their games, ESPN, the worldwide leader in … Continue reading “Sports Gambling, One Year Later — Was it Worth It?”

How Much Longer Can Social Media Ignore its Censorship Problem?

With Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms taking action to censor content, as well as banning individuals they deem harmful, a significant amount of discourse has been opened regarding free speech and censorship. What is the role of social media in our world, and what should be done about the increasing amounts of censorship? Is censorship … Continue reading “How Much Longer Can Social Media Ignore its Censorship Problem?”

Northrop Grumman is Doing VERY Well in the Trump Era

A single share of Northrop Grumman Corporation (NOC) sells for around $295. The company made slightly more than $8.16 billion in sales this past quarter, beating Wall Street expectations by a slim margin. Northrop Grumman’s profitability came in about 50 cents higher than expectations. However, company leaders indicate there might be minimal profit growth this … Continue reading “Northrop Grumman is Doing VERY Well in the Trump Era”

Beyond Meat Breaks IPO Records — and Then Starts to Fall

Beyond Meat: the record-breaking stock that is inspiring some analysts to compare it to Bitcoin. While many were skeptical of the IPO initially, it quickly proved the cynics wrong: just a week after its IPO, it had gained 240% of its value. But the heightened value of this stock also leads to questions regarding its volatility, and … Continue reading “Beyond Meat Breaks IPO Records — and Then Starts to Fall”

To Budget — Or Consciously Spend? The Answer Will Surprise You

Millions of Americans these days budget their money, making it one of the most popular money management strategies that is abided by. You know how budgeting works: You take your income, subtract your monthly expenses from it (i.e., car payment, mortgage, utility bills, etc.) and then decide where any leftover money is going (i.e., savings, … Continue reading “To Budget — Or Consciously Spend? The Answer Will Surprise You”

You Child’s Sports Could Be KILLING Your Retirement

Do you have any children? Are your children active in sports? If so, it could really be costing you — so much so that it’s jeopardizing your financial health. We all know that kids are expensive. In fact, it’s estimated that the cost of raising a child, excluding college expenses, is some $266,600. That’s per … Continue reading “You Child’s Sports Could Be KILLING Your Retirement”

3D Systems Posts VERY Disappointing First Quarter Earnings

3D Systems (DDD) recently released disappointing first quarter earnings results. The 3D printing company’s stock dropped about 16 percent after the weaker-than-expected earnings were revealed. The investing community is clearly disappointed with 3D System’s adjusted earnings per share and quarterly revenue. 3D System’s first quarter year-over-year revenue increased by $13.9 million. The company’s gross margin … Continue reading “3D Systems Posts VERY Disappointing First Quarter Earnings”

Is Grubhub Winning its War with Door Dash and Uber Eats?

Grubhub (GRUB) is currently priced around $65 per share. The stock is down about 30% across the past couple quarters as investors have grown concerned about slowed growth, lost market share and increasing expenses. Uber Eats and DoorDash are chewing into Grubhub’s market share. To the delight of investors, the stock bounced back after surpassing … Continue reading “Is Grubhub Winning its War with Door Dash and Uber Eats?”

Lyft Attempts to Appeal NYC’s Minimum Wage Decisions

The battle between ride share services and New York City continues to rage on. After successfully disrupting the taxi industry in NYC, ride share services have been the target of increasing regulations, intended to bring them more in line with the company’s unique transportation services industry. In recent months, Lyft has attempted to appeal NYC’s … Continue reading “Lyft Attempts to Appeal NYC’s Minimum Wage Decisions”

Blue Origin Takes a HUGE Step Forward for Space Tourism

How much would you pay to go into space? While humanity may be generations off from colonizing distant, uninhabited lands, there are a multitude of companies working towards recreational space travel. One such company is Blue Origin, founded by Amazon’s own Jeff Bezos. Blue Origin has been testing rockets intended to usher passengers into space, … Continue reading “Blue Origin Takes a HUGE Step Forward for Space Tourism”

Booking an Airbnb? Don’t Make These Mistakes

Airbnbs are a great way to save on lodging expenses while you’re on the road, whether it’s for business or for pleasure. But the grass isn’t always greener on the other side. That is, if you don’t know what you’re doing when you’re getting ready to book and preparing for your trip. For as many … Continue reading “Booking an Airbnb? Don’t Make These Mistakes”

What Would Actually Happen if We Canceled Student Loan Debt?

As we’re about 18 months away from the 2020 presidential election, various Democratic challengers to the soon-to-be Republican incumbent Donald Trump are making the rounds across the country, touting their various platforms and highlighting their competitive advantages over other candidates in an effort to sway voters. And one of the big talking points so far … Continue reading “What Would Actually Happen if We Canceled Student Loan Debt?”

Are Harley-Davidson’s Days Truly Numbered?

Harley-Davidson (HOG) is an all-American name, yet the company sells nearly half of its motorcycles outside of the United States. American riders simply no longer have the passion for hogs they had years ago. However, Harley-Davidson’s problems extend beyond the dwindling American market. The company’s current board of directors has no experience in the motorcycle … Continue reading “Are Harley-Davidson’s Days Truly Numbered?”

Elon Musk’s Tesla Announces Plans for Self-Driving Taxis

Elon Musk’s latest announcement has teased the idea of “robotaxis” by 2020, something that many companies have been fervently aspiring to but haven’t made concrete plans regarding. Musk’s announcement made waves throughout the industry, not only because it’s an interesting direction for Tesla, but also because of the extensiveness of the claims and the likelihood … Continue reading “Elon Musk’s Tesla Announces Plans for Self-Driving Taxis”

Samsung’s Galaxy Fold Debacle Won’t Help Its Sluggish Sales

When Samsung announced its new $2,000 smartphone, analysts were skeptical: the folding technology was criticized as being both unnecessary and unwanted. Now that Samsung’s finally begun to release the Galaxy Fold, the results are even worse than initially anticipated — and that may not help the company’s already slow sales. Smartphone sales have been slowing, … Continue reading “Samsung’s Galaxy Fold Debacle Won’t Help Its Sluggish Sales”

Auto Execs are Secretly Worried About 2019 Sales

This past week marked the return of the annual New York Auto Show, a spring tradition in the “city that never sleeps” where various automakers released 24 new vehicle models to the public. It was the typical pomp and circumstance among the auto industry’s who’s who, with executives touting their company’s abilities, lapping it up … Continue reading “Auto Execs are Secretly Worried About 2019 Sales”

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