US investors have an estimated 2% in China stocks but should it be higher? Instead of reading the headlines, let's take a look at what the smart money is doing... with their kids.
Wil Glavin discusses why the pandemic provided the best time to publish his debut novel “The Venerable Vincent Beattie,” side hustles, and investing.
The CARES Act passed by Congress in March provided stimulus money to millions of Americans, and it also gave retirees a reprieve from having to take mandatory annual withdrawals from their retirement savings, including 401(k) plans and individual retirement accounts.
On November 9, 2020, Andy and Chris spoke on a zoom call with the friends of Tuckahoe Public Library to discuss "Financial Literacy: The Pandemic's Impact on the Economy and Financial Markets." In the talk, we cover a lot of ground including:
Conrad Edwards, COO at The Basement talks about giving, money, and navigating an advertising agency through the pandemic.
Toronto-based technology and media venture capitalist, G. Scott Paterson talks money, giving, and information management company FutureVault.
Earlier this week, we said that the market may be predicting another Trump upset, but another indicator is predicting our incumbent president's loss. The "Presidential Predictor," popularized by Sam Stovall, CFRA's chief investment strategist, tracks the S&P 500 performance from July 31 to October 31. Going back to 1944, it has found that a positive move over that period usually translates to an incumbent victory, while a negative move translates to a loss.
Andrew Wang and Chris Wang were named on the Investopedia 100 list of Most Influential Financial Advisors for making significant contributions to critical conversations about financial literacy, investing strategies, life-stage planning, and wealth management. With more than 100,000 independent financial advisors in the U.S., the Investopedia 100 spotlights the country's most engaged, influential, and educational advisors. Andrew and Chris were two of only three advisors recognized from New Jersey.
Most polls have Biden well ahead of President Trump and betting markets have Trump as an underdog with just a week to go before Election Day. However, we know that in 2016, Trump was in a similar position so it wouldn't be that shocking to see another upset win for Trump. The battleground states are very tight races so anything is possible. What is the stock market telling us about who will win the White House?
Medicare expert, Danielle Roberts explains how Medicare works, mistakes to avoid, and how to plan for healthcare costs in retirement.
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