Both the Dow and S&P recouped some of their heavy Monday losses and closed up, as many viewed Monday’s sell-off due to poor manufacturing data as “too drastic”.
We are excited to announce that Theodore L. Parrish, CFA, was named to Leadership Georgia’s Class of 2014.
As the Fed begins raising its target interest rate, you should pay increased attention your fixed-income investments. Learn more in this Financial Tip.
In 2015, you should be able to save for your retirement through #myRA via payroll deduction. Learn more in this Financial Tip.
Indices ended Friday’s session in red territory. Stocks such as Amazon.com, Wal-Mart, MasterCard and Mattel traded lower after posting less-than-stellar quarterly results. Brands dipped amid the release of mixed economic news.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal: 2014 may be a taxing year for small businesses, as Section 179 expensing has been reduced. Read the Article
Your business is an investment of your time, money and ideas, which is why you need to insure it against perils. Read more in this Business Tip.
Stocks stepped up on Thursday amid favorable earnings details from the likes of Facebook and Viacom. Brands also flourished on a variety of economic news.
Group disability insurance may be more affordable; however, a group policy may not meet your specific needs. Read all about it in this Insurance Tip.
Indices ended in red territory on Wednesday. Brands took a breather following comments from the FOMC meeting. Tapering continued, asset purchases were reduced by $10 billion to $65 billion in bonds per month, in light of an improving economy and job market.