Month: July 2018

An interview with billionaire CEO of Citadel, Kenneth Griffin. In this interview, Kenneth discuses the two driving forces for getting ahead of the competition in investing and finance, talent and technology. Kenneth also talks about his background and the tools Citadel uses when investing. Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA
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Credit: Shutterstock Since so many older Americans are working longer, the goliath job search engine Indeed.com recently conducted a study to identify the most clicked-on second act jobs by Americans 62+ and the most heavily-searched part-time jobs. The results are fascinating and, based on my experience as a career coach specializing in work in retirement,
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If you have a bank account outside the U.S., chances are you will receive a letter saying that your bank must hand over the details of any American accounts, including yours. The letters vary by country and by individual institutions. But the overall message is that the IRS is about to get your information. As unnerving as
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We’re starting to see stories about home prices falling in Toronto and Sydney. In the United States, home prices are still increasing strongly but let’s see if we can find any cities were the upward momentum in home prices is fading. The Case-Shiller Home Price Index covers 20 U.S. cities and they just released data through May,
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Investing pioneer Burton Malkiel believes investors shouldn’t worry too much about a key recession indicator or the so-called the flattening yield curve. “Recently, the curve has become noticeably flatter, with short-term rates rising and longer yields remaining stagnant. This has led many analysts to think that the curve will soon invert. But that does not
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Archer Daniels Midland‘s net profits doubled in the second quarter and beat Wall Street estimates, after a drought in Argentina and the U.S.–China trade spat boosted the U.S. grain merchant’s trading and oilseed processing businesses. Shares were up 1 percent at $47.86 after touching a three-year high on the New York Stock Exchange. Operating profits
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Bitcoin, the first cryptocurrency, is completely different from anything that preceded it. Bitcoin is quite real, and it’s likely here to stay. Bitcoin defies traditional currency and economic models, so it’s ironic that these models are being used to support predictions of its ultimate demise. This makes as much sense as it would have at
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Will aging-by-app in today’s on-demand economy be an opportunity or disruption to the senior housing industry?Shutterstock Demography is destiny. Or at least that is the investment thesis for the senior housing industry. The fast expansion of the assisted living sector, in particular, is based on the overwhelming reality that for the next several decades the
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Photo by Max Whittaker/Getty Images In an editorial this past Wednesday, the editorial staff of California’s leading newspaper called on the leadership of CalPERS and CalSTRS, the pension funds of the government employees of California and the public school teachers of the state, not to let
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