Tag: investment advice

5 financial lessons from Grammy-winner Brandi Carlile

With a large fan base and critical acclaim, Brandi Carlile exudes success. Her seven albums of music span several genres, including pop, folk and rock, giving her a wide audience appeal, and she has been the recipient of six Grammy Awards and 12 nominations. But in her new memoir, “Broken Horses,” she reveals that she has […]

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Buying an EV is a different game in some ways—how to get the best deal

This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet. I recently made a good deal on my third electric car, and it reminded me of how different the process is than shopping for an ordinary gas-powered vehicle. While much of the conventional car-buying advice still applies, there are additional steps that, when done correctly, can save […]

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Opinion: How much higher will this bull market go?

This bull market’s strongest gains are behind us. That’s the conclusion I reached upon analyzing all U.S. bull markets since 1900. The good news is that, assuming the future is like the past, the current bull market still has more months of life in store. The bad news is that the stock market’s gains during […]

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Opinion: Here’s proof that the bull market is alive and kicking

The stock market’s current downturn is unlikely to be the end of this incredible bull market. That’s the conclusion from a ranking of market sectors’ recent performance. Similar rankings from the final three months of past bull markets have exhibited distinct patterns, and there’s no evidence of such patterns currently. No indicator is foolproof, but […]

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Don’t worry, the GameStop-Reddit fiasco won’t tank your 401(k)

This article provides information and education for investors. NerdWallet does not offer advisory or brokerage services, nor does it recommend or advise investors to buy or sell particular stocks or securities. Amid all the freneticism of the Reddit-hedge fund battle, a simple fact seems to have gone unnoticed: It means very little to the majority […]

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The U.S. is at a ‘tipping point’ that could lead to civil war, warns the world’s biggest hedge-fund manager

Getty Images “ ‘The  United States  is at a tipping point in which it could go from manageable internal tension to revolution and/or civil war.’ ” That’s Ray Dalio, the billionaire founder of Bridgewater Associates, sounding the alarm in his latest LinkedIn post on the class and power struggles that are tearing the country apart. […]

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