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Lives in United States. 22 years old.
by on October 20, 2021
Is $1 Million Enough for Retirement in America? The average American needs their retirement savings to last them 14 to 17 years. With this in mind, is $1 million in savings enough for the average r...
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by on October 15, 2021
The Briefing Four industries saw massive growth in the proportion of remote-friendly job postings Nearly one-third of new software and IT service jobs are listed as remote / work-from-home ...
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by on October 14, 2021
How Does Your Personality Type Affect Your Income? You’ve just finished giving a presentation at work, and an outspoken coworker challenges your ideas. Do you: a) Engage in a friendly debate abo...
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by on October 7, 2021
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by on October 7, 2021
In 2020, the stock market and the economy had a very public break up. The Wall Street vs Main Street divide—the gap between America’s financial markets and the economy—was growing. By the end of the y...
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by on September 13, 2021
How is the Job Market Shifting Over the Next Decade? The employment landscape is constantly shifting. While agricultural jobs played a big role in the 19th century, a large portion of U.S. jobs tod...
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by on July 20, 2021
When it comes to breaking down the top 100 companies of the world, the United States still commands the largest slice of the pie. Throughout the 20th century and before globalization reached its cu...
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by on July 16, 2021
The Briefing Generation X is the most indebted generation on average, with $140,643 of household debt Younger generations are witnessing their debts growing at a greater pace relative to older...
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by on July 8, 2021
This infographic is available as a poster. Can Foreign Currencies Act as an Inflation Hedge? Inflation is like corrosion. Initially, it can make investment returns less attractive. Over time, it...
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by on June 25, 2021
U.S. inflation has climbed 5% over the last year, the largest 12-month increase since August 2008. With this in mind, many investors may be wondering how to position their portfolio to hedge against i...
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by on June 11, 2021
Is inflation rising? The consumer price index (CPI), an index used as a proxy for inflation in consumer prices, offers some answers. In 2020, inflation dropped to 1.4%, the lowest rate since 2015. ...
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by on June 1, 2021
How Rising Treasury Yields Impact Your Portfolio Since the start of 2021, the yield on the U.S. 10-year Treasury note has climbed to pre-pandemic levels. But what exactly does this mean, and how co...
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