The New York Post had an article the other day regarding the continuous stream of New Yorkers leaving the state. An analysis found that "in 2014, 126,000 tax filers moved out of New York," more than any other state in the nation. Also significantly, "The Empire State also lost … [Read more...] about New Yorkers Leaving In Droves
Archives for September 2016
A couple of days ago, I wrote about my theory that as long as the interest rates stay low, the stock market will remain high -- because no one has any other place for investment. The rates have stay historically low for nearly a decade now, so investors have seen little-to-no … [Read more...] about No New Rate Hike
Did you even notice that whenever the economy issues bad results (a weak jobs report, etc.), the stock market goes UP? Logic would seemingly have it be the opposite. If the economy was weak, one would assume the stock market would respond negatively. But that's not really the … [Read more...] about Low Interest Rates, High Stock Market
USA Today has an article that discusses the growing reality that retiring may not happen until 70. It's a worthwhile read as an overview of the benefits and pitfalls of that possibility. As a financial guy, I am inclined to agree. Everyone thinks they can retire at age 65. … [Read more...] about A Case for Retiring Later
We've all seen the video which raises new questions about the health status of Hillary Clinton. I've largely left these questions alone because I try to avoid reckless speculation. However, the video does raise some new questions: The Hillary press team was largely silent … [Read more...] about Deplorable Pneumonia?