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Admittedly, it’s awfully had to have perspective when you see as much red on Wall Street as we have seen this week. The raw 1,175-point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.08% on Monday was the worst point-based decline in history, and the 4.6% decline was enough to wipe out all of January’s gains and then some. 02.08.18

It may be well after Jan. 1, but it’s not too late to make some resolutions for 2018. In fact, odds are good that you’ve already forgotten about the resolutions you made at the end of 2017. One poll found that two thirds of New Year’s resolutions last less than one month before being broken, with many lasting only a few days. 01.25.18


Congressional Republicans unveiled the final details of their sweeping tax legislation late Dec. 15 and are poised to sign the bill into law before the Christmas holiday. 12.18.17

By now you’ve been inundated with long lists of “must do” New Year’s resolutions ranging from the general (be a nicer person, lead a healthier lifestyle) to the specific (save more, pay down debt). But before your eyes glaze over and you totally succumb to New Year’s Resolutions Fatigue, consider this important suggestion that has the potential to significantly increase your chances of having a successful retirement. 01.03.18

Who’s the first person that comes to mind when you think about bitcoin? For Alan Greenspan, the former Federal Reserve chairman, it’s George Washington.  12.11.17