Monthly Archives: July 2018

How does your present situation compare to the average American household?

How does your present situation compare to the average American household? Each housing unit comprises 2.5 people, 1.3 wage earners, and 1.9 vehicles. 62% of U.S. residents own their homes, with 44% of those homeowners 100% mortgage free. 38% of … Continue reading

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What Does 4.1% GDP Mean to Investors?

Market observers are sure to keep a close eye on the economy at large, specifically the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate, rightfully so. History has shown that economic growth, corporate profitability, and stock prices have paralleled rather nicely from … Continue reading

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Is it better to work for yourself or someone else?

Is it better to be an employee of a company, or is working for yourself the way to go? I think the answer depends on an individual’s preferences, inclinations, stress threshold, know-how, and capital resources. That said, according to the … Continue reading

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Positive News! 213,000 Americans joined the workforce in June.

213,000 Americans joined the workforce in June. The economy has added 2,374,000 in total over the past year as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Considering GDP per capita (the amount of output per person in the U.S. population)  … Continue reading

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