The third posting in this series, Stocks To Trade In October, appeared on September 23rd. Let us review the October stock recommendations. The DJIA rose by 0.48% in that month. Of the eight buys, five rose for an average gain of 3.22%. Of the four short sales, two declined for an average loss of 1.10%.
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Economic Security Planning, Inc. Today’s column addresses what happens when benefits are withheld due to the earnings test, when spousal benefits might be available, public pensions and spousal benefits, survivor benefits and how excess spousal benefits are calculated. Larry Kotlikoff is a Professor of Economics at Boston University and the founder and president of Economic
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StarPoint Properties, LLC, a Beverly Hills-based real estate investment firm was recently awarded … [+] LEED Gold v4.1 status for sustainability-related improvements at 433 N. Camden Drive. Courtesy of StarPoint Properties Beverly Hills, Calif. – StarPoint Properties, LLC, a Beverly Hills-based real estate investment firm, was recently awarded LEED Gold status for sustainability-related improvements made
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As most new moms (and dads) can attest, the number of diapers a baby can go through in a day is staggering. My son is no different. As much as I like to think he’s special, his butt is not. The average child will go through 7,000 diapers before they’re potty trained. At an average
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Ford just realized their Ford Mach E Mustang electric vehicle. This new Ford electric vehicle will compete directly with the Tesla Model Y! Is Ford a threat to Tesla in any major way or not so much? Lets discuss *Link to my Private Stock Group – https://bit.ly/35McoLg *My Instagram is : FinancialEducationJeremy Financial Education
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Nathan Bomey USA TODAY Published 5:35 PM EST Nov 19, 2019 New Media Investment Group and Gannett finalized their merger Tuesday, putting top executives in position to move ahead with plans they believe will transform the new company’s local and national news brands, including USA TODAY, into a reinvented digital media powerhouse. The merger creates the largest U.S. media company by print circulation
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Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers bashed presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren‘s tax proposals on Tuesday, arguing they go too far and could ultimately hurt the American economy. “I don’t think that taxation approaching confiscatory is remotely feasible and, if it was tried, would have catastrophic economic consequences,” the former economic advisor to Barack Obama said
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Yet another business leader speaks out against Warren. Bryan Bedder/Getty Topline: A week after accusing Senator Elizabeth Warren of “tribalism,” former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein again blasted the Democratic 2020 candidate for her war on billionaires, denouncing politicians like her for moving away from “populism”
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Lloyd Blankfein, former Goldman Sachs CEO, told CNBC on Tuesday the pay disparity between CEOs and rank-and-file employees is really no different from what on-air television personalities get paid compared with behind-the scenes workers. Defending well-paid CEOs, who have become punching bags in the wealth inequity discourse of the Democratic presidential primary race, Blankfein responded
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