Since the U.S. stock market hit bottom on March 9, 2009, during the Great Financial Crisis (GFC), the S&P 500 Index had risen a stunning 248% as of the first quarter of this year. 696 more words
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I realized in hindsight that this could have been three separate posts, but I’m going to leave it as is.
Rolling over a 401(k) is a slow process stuck in the archaic ages. 1,195 more words
For many Chinese, their country’s “miracle growth” hasn’t felt quite so miraculous. Because the government sets deposit rates artificially low—lower, usually, than inflation—Chinese have actually lost money on their savings most years. 495 more words