Indices closed in the red zone on Monday, as many Technology brands traded lower on trade tensions. The major indices reversed course into green territory on Tuesday with Technology brands rebounding after the Commerce Department eased restrictions on China’s Huawei Technologies.
This week on “Money Talks,” the hosts discuss the market’s movement for the week, how negotiations with China are developing, and mortgage news.
Whether the markets are up or down, reviewing your portfolio with a financial professional midway through the year can be an excellent way to keep your investments on track. Read more in this Financial Tip.
In this episode of Casual Finance Friday, Research Analyst Jacob Keen discusses why we’re seeing China in all of our financial headlines—from tariffs to devaluing their currency—China could affect the global growth story.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal, Bil Lako, CFP® explains That businesses may be divided upon divorce if deemed marital property; therefore, a business valuation can help determine the economic value of an owner’s interest in a business. Read the article here Disclosures: The investments referenced within this article may currently be traded by Henssler Financial.…
We explain insurance benefits small businesses typically offer their employees in this week’s Business Tip.
Indices ended in red territory on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Technology brands including Apple, Advanced Micro Devices and Micron Technology traded lower amid continued trade tensions. Meanwhile, avoiding the downswing, utilities and real estate brands posted gains. On another note, crude oil dipped. Brent crude fell $3.19 today to settle at $67.80 per barrel. Looking…
If you’ve just discovered a BIG mistake on your tax return this year, we explain the steps to take to correct the situation QUICKLY in this week’s Tax Tip.
Indices landed in the red zone on Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Stocks dipped as trade tensions ramped up. Brands including Apple, Boeing and Qualcomm sold off. On another note, Lowe’s slipped 11.8% to $97.95 on missed first-quarter earnings expectations and reduced full-year guidance. Meanwhile, Target tacked on 7.8% to $77.54 on stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings and…
Investments in QOFs provide unique tax incentives that lawmakers designed to encourage taxpayers to participate in these funds. Learn more in this week’s Tax Tip.