Tags » U.S. Dollar

Strategies: Does Wall Street Like Gridlock? It Depends on the Grid

Historically, shared political power in Washington seems to have little connection to stock market returns — until you slice and dice how the power has been divided. 10 more words

IFTTT

Special Section: A Patron Gives, of Herself and Her Art

Agnes Gund owns about 2,000 artworks, has her own philanthropic foundation and works with a host organizations that promote art.



via NYT > Your Money http://ift.tt/1pvNGYq

IFTTT

Economic View: Conspicuous Consumption? Yes, but It’s Not Crazy

Clearly, many rich people like to display their incredible wealth. Yet, generally, they think they know value when they see it.



via NYT > Your Money http://ift.tt/1qOgw6X

IFTTT

Strategies: Does Wall Sreet. Like Gridlock? It Depends on the Grid

Historically, shared political power in Washington seems to have little connection to stock market returns — until you slice and dice how the power has been divided. 9 more words

IFTTT

Your Money: An Easier Way to Gather Information on College Costs, but Some Institutions Still Balk

College Abacus aggregates cost calculations from up to three colleges at a time on its own website, but is blocked by some institutions.



via NYT > Your Money http://ift.tt/1uLuPr7

IFTTT

The Haggler: A Memorial to Her Son, Until the Bank Got in the Way

A mother’s wish to donate her late son’s savings to a scholarship fund proved harder than she anticipated.



via NYT > Your Money http://ift.tt/1qIHRri

IFTTT