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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein Just Tweeted an Epic Troll of the U.K. Over Brexit

Lloyd Blankfein doesn’t do Twitter often, but when he does, he does it good.

The Goldman Sachs CEO indulged in some sharp trolling of the U.K. 422 more words


TIPS Auction Points to Inflation Below Fed Target for Decades

(Bloomberg) — As traders prepare to underwrite $5 billion of inflation-linked Treasuries on Thursday, they’re as confident as ever that the Federal Reserve’s predicted inflation rebound won’t materialize at any point in the next 30 years. 232 more words

Alarm! Hang Seng Index Plunges -1.92% (FTSE MIB [Italy] Down -1.24%)

The US stock market is boring, to say the least. It just keeps going up like a crazed Energizer bunny on steroids. Even The Hindenburg Omen, which predicted the crash in 2007-2008, has been flashing furiously since 2012. 44 more words


The Hidden Costs of Variable Annuities and How to Avoid Them

When people seeking guaranteed income turn to annuities, they are gaining security … but they need to realize what it’s costing them. Surrender charges, fees and earnings caps all come into play. 11 more words


You Can't Hit Retirement Goals If You Don't Know What They Are

Blindly saving won’t get you far. You need to target exactly where you’re going, and how you’re getting there, with a written plan.

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Prudential to host its first global fintech partnership programme in Singapore

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

PRUDENTIAL Singapore (Prudential) on Thursday launched its first global fintech partnership programme in Singapore.

The PRU Fintegrate Partnership (PRU Fintegrate) aims to collaborate with global fintech startups and to co-develop digital solutions for customers. 123 more words

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Surprisingly, I’m Quite Optimistic About the Future, by Michael Krieger

It’s nice to hear some optimism once in a while. From Michael Krieger at libertyblitzkrieg.com:

To summarize, in just the last few years the world has invented a way to create software services that have no central operator. 405 more words