Don’t test my patience. I can be nice for for about 25 seconds.
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After the Jackson Hole last Friday, euro reached 1.2 against the U.S. dollar. The euphoria was short lived none the less. Since then, euro has lost more than 2 big points from the top. The U.S. economic data this week has been strong: GDP was revised up to 3%, ADP NFP presenting 237k new jobs… Continue reading What Happened? Euro Lost 200+ Pips in 2 Days
Yesterday, the stock indices opened decidedly lower amid North Korea’s firing of a missile over Japan. However, the indices refused to go lower. The investors saw it as the buying opportunity and the indices finished the day with small gains. In this market environment, nothing can send the broader market lower. If we were going… Continue reading The Stock Market Refuses to Correct or Dive
In the beginning of 2017, it was worth $966. What did we miss?
There does not seem to be any reason to get excited about H&R Block stock performance. The tax environment is very competitive. More and more tax payers are using tax preparation software to file their taxes. It’s become more difficult for H&R Block to make money like it used to. The company will likely face… Continue reading Where Do H&R Block Stocks Go from Here?
You can read part 1 here. Leaving unused appliances turned on or plugged in Leaving lights, computer screens, or fans on when you don’t use them is wasting energy. Remembering to turn them off will get you lower your energy bills. Playing the credit card balance transfer games Balance transfer is not really free. Although… Continue reading Are You Throwing Money Away? Part 2
You are wasting money if any of the signs below applies to you. You can read part 2 here. Unable to pay off the monthly balances on credit cards This habit applies for frivolous purchases or shopping sprees when you are not following your budget. 0% introductory rate on credit cards can put you in… Continue reading Are You Throwing Money away? Part 1
Insurance stocks were sold off today because of hurricane Harvey. Travelers and Progressive were both down more than 2%. Allstate was down about 1.5%. The damage from the storm is phenomenal. The final costs to the insurance companies won’t be known for some time. Progressive stocks, for instance, have been performing very well since the… Continue reading Insurance Stocks Were Hammered Today Because of Harvey