Month: December 2019

Bond prices are sensitive to interest rate changes, and bond duration is a measure of just how sensitive. For instance, in Exhibit 1.1 (shown in my last article), an increase in interest rates for the simple bond from 3 percent to 4 percent caused the bond’s price to fall by 8.1 percent. This bond has
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Getty Two years ago, I introduced Forbes readers to the “Dobermans of the Dow.” The Dobermans are my version of the “Dogs of the Dow” strategy, which Michael O’Higgins popularized via his 1991 book, Beating the Dow. Using O’Higgins’ approach, investors will typically buy the ten stocks from the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) with
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A sign displayed on Bruckner Building reads ‘Commercial Space Available’ in the Port Morris neighborhood of the Bronx borough of New York. For a limited time, investors who develop real estate or fund businesses in opportunity zones are able to defer capital gains on profits earned elsewhere and completely eliminate them on new investments in
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Clearing up confusion about RMDs. December 27, 2019 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Rather than your true love sending you a partridge in a pear tree, wouldn’t you appreciate some money-saving tax tips? For my year-ending 12 Tax Days of Christmas series, I’ll dig back into the archives of previous
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Today I reveal my predictions for Tesla stock in 2020. I will share with you my 5 predictions for Tesla stock in 2020 for the great company Elon Musk has built! Hope you enjoy and let me know your predictions for Tesla stock in 2020! Huge Deal Coming to celebrate 2020 with a bang! Deal
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FSAs may be more common for bigger businesses, but the savings don’t have to be small. December 28, 2019 1 min read Rather than your true love sending you a partridge in a pear tree, wouldn’t you appreciate some money-saving tax tips? For my year-ending 12 Tax Days of Christmas series, I’ll dig back into the
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Major stock indices are up huge in 2019 thanks in large part to the success of some key technology stocks. Apple led the way for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, gaining roughly 84% so far. For the S&P 500, it was Advanced Micro Devices that took the crown, rising more than 150% since the start
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Andrew Yang speaks at a Nevada Democrats’ event in Las Vegas in November 2019. David Becker/Getty Images This is part of a series revealing the billionaires donating to Democrats running for president. See more on the supporters of Joe Biden, Michael Bennet, Cory Booker, Pete Buttigieg, Tulsi Gabbard, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Tom Steyer and Elizabeth Warren. Andrew Yang’s “freedom dividend,” which would give every American adult
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