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Economists aren’t alarmed. Investors shouldn’t be either. By John Jastremski

Why the Poor Q1 GDP Is No Big Deal

 

Blame it on winter, not the consumer. The second estimate of first-quarter growth arrived on May 29, and according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis there was no growth at all. 682 more words

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While the idea of retirement has changed, certain financial assumptions haven’t. THE 2 Biggest retirement misconceptions. By John Jastremski

While the idea of retirement has changed, certain financial assumptions haven’t.

THE 2 Biggest retirement misconceptions

 

 

We’ve all heard about the “new retirement”, the mix of work and play that many of us assume we will have in our lives one day. 990 more words

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The Economy Heads for Normal. A look at the fundamentals affirms the hunch. By John Jastremski

The Economy Heads for Normal

A look at the fundamentals affirms the hunch. 

 

The stock market may be up and down this year, but America’s economic recovery seems to be proceeding at a decent pace. 1,047 more words

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A look at the fundamentals affirms the hunch. The Economy Heads for Normal

The stock market may be up and down this year, but America’s economic recovery seems to be proceeding at a decent pace. Anyone who wants some evidence of that can find it in some key fundamental indicators. 1,032 more words

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Your Weekly Economic Update by John Jastremski

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  WEEKLY ECONOMIC UPDATE

WEEKLY QUOTE

“Never get angry. Never make a threat. Reason with people.”

     

- Mario Puzo

      

   

WEEKLY TIP

The SSA isn’t mailing paper statements any longer, so it is wise to create a My Social Security account at ssa.gov to track your future benefits and guard against errors. 1,376 more words

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Not making a move may not be the best move to make. Stop Having Money Paralysis. By John Jastremski

Stop Having Money Paralysis

Not making a move may not be the best move to make.      

A decision not made may have financial consequences. There is an old belief that women are more cautious about money than men, and whether you believe that or not, both women and men may fall prey to a kind of money paralysis as they age – in which financial indecision is regarded as a form of “safety.” 1,101 more words

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