There probably won't be a long bear market. The reality is most major indexes aren't even in a bear market right now. The definition of a bear market is when an asset falls 20% or more from its recent highs.
Costco has a very simple business model. It sells memberships in exchange for offering members a low-cost, no-frills shopping experience. People pay in order to access the chain's warehouses. Those membership fees provide a significant portion of the chain's profits, allowing Costco to sell its limited selection of merchandise at a lower markup than its rivals.
‘Bear down’ and ‘be as frugal as you can’: Baby boomer financial experts who survived The Great Inflation share tips to ride out a recession
There's no way around it. You just have to get through it.
‘The world should be worried’: Saudi Aramco — the world’s largest oil producer — issued a dire warning over 'extremely low' capacity. Here are 3 big oil stocks for protection
Energy inflation remains a serious concern. Protect your portfolio.
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The biggest names get the most attention, but this smaller European giant could be the better investment.
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"California government officials didn’t understand or care about keeping California taxpayers’ money in California," writes an attorney specializing in financial technology.
J.P. Morgan Says Now Could Be a Good Time to Buy Cybersecurity Stocks; Here Are 2 Names With Promising Growth Potential
In today’s digital world, there will always be a need for cybersecurity. Too many of our essential systems, everything from the upper levels of government and finance to the automation systems that run the traffic lights, depend on online connections for us to ignore the basics of securing our computer networks. Recent events, including the ongoing questions about election integrity, deep macroeconomic volatility, and the Russian war in Ukraine, have simply underscored the importance of cybersec
With January about to conclude, we’ve come off last year’s bearish trend, and seen solid gains over the first month of the year – 6% on the S&P 500, 11% on the tech-oriented NASDAQ – but that doesn’t mean we’re out of the woods. Inflation remains high, the Fed is still raising interest rates, and there’s still plenty of uncertainty about the course of the Russian war in Ukraine, and what China will do as it moves away from COVID lockdowns. So what to do, to find the right stocks for gains? The m
Elon Musk May Be Late On His San Francisco Rent, But The City Has Bigger Issues With Its Office Space
Elon Musk’s $44 billion takeover of Twitter Inc. last year hasn’t been a smooth ride, with employee turnover and social media sniping. And now Musk has apparently stopped paying rent at the company’s San Francisco headquarters and British offices. The San Francisco building owner is suing Twitter, but being late on rent is the least of the company’s office space issues. According to West Coast independent commercial real estate giant Kidder Direct, office vacancy in San Francisco has risen to 18
Asia's richest man is rocked by a U.S. short-seller's allegations of fraud and money laundering.
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How is social security taxed in 2023? Here are the rules used to calculate how much you might owe on your benefits.
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You may be spending money on unnecessary expenses, which could make it more difficult for you to reach your financial goals. Many of us pay monthly or yearly subscription fees for things like software, mobile apps, and streaming services. Credit cards are convenient, but paying your entire monthly balance is essential.
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The IRS has some good news for Americans struggling with rampant inflation: You may get to keep more of your money in 2023. Explore: GOBankingRates' Best Credit Cards for 2023Related: 3 Ways Smart...
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The energy industry is a passive income lover's dream these days. For example, a $10,000 investment spread across monster dividend payers like Crestwood Equity Partners (NYSE: CEQP), MPLX (NYSE: MPLX), and Pioneer Natural Resources (NYSE: PXD) could produce $2,000 of passive income in less than three years.
Every so often, some technological advance comes along that forever alters the world we live in. Henry Ford’s assembly line brought cars to the masses, the internet has changed the way we communicate, and mobile devices have taken those changes to a new level. Improvements in all three of those areas, the automotive, computing, and networking sectors, are coming together now, and will bring enormous change to the inner workings of our cars. One of those coming changes is already starting to appe
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Economic headwinds sent the S&P 500 into a bear market last year, and the benchmark index is still 16% off its high. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway treated the drawdown as a buying opportunity, investing $66 billion into the stock market through the first three quarters of 2022. Smart investors like Buffett know that a bear market offers investors a chance to buy good stocks at great prices.
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If management can hit its restructuring goals and a long cycle of investment in the industry plays out, then this equipment and services company is set to benefit.
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Warren Buffett shelled out $6.5 billion to help Mars buy Wrigley during the financial crisis. Here's how he made the candy deal happen.
Buffett partly financed the takeover by purchasing $2.1 billion of Wrigley's preferred stock, and $4.4 billion worth of the gum giant's bonds.
The billionaire wants the fast-food chain to accept the dogecoin cryptocurrency as payment for its burgers.