Forget everything you knew about the rush of getting up at 4 a.m. on Black Friday, suiting up in your warmest gear, and eagerly waiting for that glorious moment when the big glass doors to your favorite department store opened for Doorbuster Sales.
If 2020 has taught business owners anything, it’s to expect the unexpected.
Wrapping up the first half of the year, equity and fixed income markets rallied globally in June. Equities were pushed higher as the US and China agreed to a temporary truce in the trade war, with the expectation of settling the dispute in the near future. US equities rose 7.05% in June. Despite sharp losses in May, US equities closed the best first half of the year since 1997, rising 18.54%.
We cover a wide variety of topics in this blog, but regardless of which topic we discuss, there is always an underlying theme: the value of developing a healthy relationship with money is priceless.
U.S. Stocks cooled off a bit in March compared to the first two months of the year, but overall finished the best quarter for U.S. stocks since 2009. The Federal Reserve’s dovish tilt has raised questions among investors about U.S. and global growth. U.S. Stocks returned 1.94% for the month and 13.65% for the 1st quarter of 2019.
Social networking websites like MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, and Windows Live Spaces are services people can use to connect with others to share information like photos, videos, and personal messages.As the popularity of these social sites grows, so do the risks of using them.
Pop quiz... Can you be a victim of debit card fraud if you still physically have the card in your posession? The answer is yes! White card skimming isn't new, recent skimming incidences should serve as a reminder to protect your debit and credit cards every time you swipe them.