Asset and Wealth Protection
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U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday as the Federal Reserve announced its decision to keep interest rates unchanged.
A second study in less than a month has drawn attention to the fact that despite asset gains in July pension plans still experienced a decline.
With its gross domestic product growing at an annual rate of 10 percent, China’s need for energy is growing and will surge by 150 percent by 2020. To sustain its growth, China needs increasing amounts of oil and has set its sights on the Middle East. It’s there China and the United States may butt heads, but China holds a trump card. Read this article to learn what China holds over the U.S. and what it means…
Despite a stock market rally last month, U.S. retirement funds held steady, according to an asset management corporation.
A new report from the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) has found that the median asset levels in retirement accounts dropped at least 15 percent since the end of 2007 as a result of the economic downturn.
A CNN personality has been in trouble for providing a forum for those who believe President Obama was not born in the U.S. and is ineligible to hold the nation’s highest office.
There is a growing movement internationally for a new reserve currency system that would diminish the role of the U.S. dollar. While acknowledging that such chatter can be bearish for the dollar, I have dismissed the likelihood of it actually happening. Now I’m not so sure. Read this article to find out why…
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner caused an uproar last weekend when he declined to explicitly rule out increasing taxes to help patch the nearly $1 trillion federal budget hole.
After a better-than-expected housing report, new economic data suggest the pace of the general economic decline has slowed substantially in the second quarter of 2009.
A recent stock market rally fueled by better than expected earnings has had commentators predict the end of the current financial troubles, but some analysts caution against excessive optimism.