The stock market had its best week since January 2013 after having struggled in the previous two weeks.
Stocks hit a rough patch over the past couple of weeks, but fortunately, the fundamental economic picture remains strong.
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Stocks benefited from a healthy global economy and growing corporate profits in 2017. Will 2018 be able to follow in the steps of a strong 2017?
The Senate and House have officially voted to change the U.S. tax code, something that hasn’t been accomplished in more than 30 years. Generally speaking, corporations will be getting a permanent tax cut, and you, as an individual, will be getting a temporary tax cut.
Many Procter & Gamble shareholders may be breathing a sigh of relief as ‘activist investor’ Nelson Peltz was not elected onto the company’s Executive Board today.
Diversify, diversify, diversify! How often have you heard that? If you've ever sought out financial advice, this term was probably used.
Have you heard, P&G is currently facing a ‘proxy’ fight? All the information surrounding this topic may be confusing, so Simply Money Advisors wants to help simplify what’s going on so you can better understand what’s at stake, and, if you’re a P&G shareholder, to help you make an educated vote.
Wall Street has quickly turned its attention to the escalating tensions in North Korea where the rogue nation fired a missile directly over Japan, and they also appeared to have successfully detonated a hydrogen bomb.
The biggest economic gathering of the year begins this week in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will be speaking on Friday, August 25th, and Wall Street traders will be looking for clues regarding the Federal Reserve's economic policies.