Indices closed out mixed on Monday. Trading action was somewhat flat. The Dow added fractional gains to close at yet another all-time record level. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq ended marginally in the red zone.
Stocks moved fractionally lower on Friday. Following a great recent run, Twitter sold off today.
If you find that you’re paying more than you think you should for auto insurance, there are ways you can lower your premiums.
The process of changing the percentage of assets invested in different asset classes is known as reallocation or redesigning. We explain how in this week’s Marietta Daily Journal Article.
Thursday’s session ended with gains. The Dow closed at an all-time record level amid brisk Christmas buying and admirable jobless claims data.
Borrowers may find they need to provide lenders with additional documentation that they may not have had to in the past.
Indices ended Tuesday’s abbreviated, pre-holiday session in the green zone. The S&P 500 closed at an all-time record level yet again in the wake of encouraging economic news.
Monday’s session ended well into positive territory. The Dow and S&P 500 hit new all-time record levels. Stocks stepped up on favorable economic news. Apple posted gains after announcing a deal with China Mobile which will make the iPhone available to the world’s largest mobile phone network.
Today on CNBC’s Squawk on the Street, Ted Parrish CFA discussed today’s bull market and if growth will continue into 2014. Watch the Interview
As the end of the 2013 tax year approaches, we’ve listed some things to keep in mind as you consider potential year-end tax moves. Read on in this Tax Tip.