Given that I'm six months into my Sinemia membership, I wanted to give you a quick update on my experience as a Sinemia user. To put it simply, I'm already ahead of game saving money and enjoying more movies on the big screen than in previous years. The movie theater is better than ever with stadium seating, reservations in advance, Dolby digital sound, and reclining seats! Perfect for the blockbusters that the studios are pushing out each and every month. If you go to 4+ movies per year, this membership is a no brainer.
You may recognize Scott Fifer from P90X exercise videos but what you probably do not know is that he left successful careers as a New York Wall Street attorney and Hollywood screenwriter to head a non-profit that helps children around the world.
The Dow dropped 1300 points in a couple of days and the CNBC fear machine cranked into high gear. Even Fox Business News got into the action with the headline grabber "Biggest market crash in our lifetime coming - economist Harry Dent." Of course if you google "Harry Dent crash," he makes the same call every year so it is meaningless. The real question is: should you buy or sell the fear? The answer: it depends.
Financial Therapist, Bari Tessler has guided thousands of individuals, couples, and creative entrepreneurs into new, refreshingly honest relationships with money.
This week two prominent market veterans warned that the US could slip into recession next year. Mark Yusko of Morgan Creek Capital says that the chance is "close to 100%," while Dennis Gartman puts the probability at 50%. According to Gartman the cause will be the Fed tightening. Yusko blames trade tariffs as he said, "The trade rhetoric is one of the dumbest things in the history of all administrations and it will cause a global recession."
Professional fundraiser and host of the Philanthropy Podcast, Sean MacCready shares his views on money and the relationship between philanthropy and Financial Independence.
Today the Federal Reserve is expected to hike rates for the 3rd time this year to 2.25%. This is good news for your savings account as you are likely to see a slight boost in your interest rates; but that is no guarantee as many major banks are still paying close to zero. More importantly, you may be wondering what impact the rate hike has on your investment portfolio, especially stocks. Is this a reason for concern?
Former top-selling corporate exec who quit her six-figure sales job in front of 10,000 people, Nicole Walters took what she knew and built a million-dollar business in one short year.
From $60,000 in debt to creator of P90X, the #1 home fitness program of all time, Tony Horton shares his path to success, insatiable desire to learn, and enthusiasm to motivate people to be their best.
The media is focused on Hurricane Florence and its path toward the Carolinas and Virginia. Being a category 4 hurricane with 130 mph sustained winds, over a million residents are subject to mandatory evacuation due to risk of life-threatening storm surge, dangerous winds, and flooding. Our government is warning residents to take protective measures. This week also marks the 10th anniversary of the Lehman Brothers collapse; yet in the financial industry, investors are often told to stay the course and ride out the storm. Can you suffer through another bear market like 2000 or 2008 when the S&P 500 fell over 50%?
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