Category: Finance

With almost two months of the new year elapsed, it’s a good time to look at
how well your recent behavior aligns with your financial goals.

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Stocks rose Friday, thanks to a recent drop in new COVID cases and hospitalizations, stronger-than-expected earnings over the past couple weeks, and anticipation of new fiscal aid.

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Stocks rose Friday amid optimism around earnings, stimulus talks, and the vaccines rollout. The three major indices posted their best weekly gains since November; the S&P 500 and Nasdaq ended at record closing highs.

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U.S. stocks suffered steep losses Friday to close a roller coaster week on Wall Street. Volatility caused by retail investors’ heightened speculative trading and new trial results for Johnson & Johnson’s COVID vaccine concerned investors.

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A system of financial professionals, broker-dealers, third-party custodians and regulators creates checks and balances to curb abuses. Here’s what investors should look for.

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Because marriage is a 50/50 partnership, both spouses should be involved in retirement planning – even if only one works outside the home.

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Stocks closed higher Friday, with the S&P at a record high, despite the Capitol riots and a negative jobs report. Investors appeared buoyed by President-elect Joe Biden’s comment that he would support an economic stimulus package in the trillions of dollars, which would include unemployment benefits and rent forbearance.

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