Being in debt can feel like you’re in the bottom of a pit and you’re in too deep to try and get out. It is possible but today’s article explains why some will never get out of their debt pits. Here’s one of the reasons, “…if you don’t know where your money is going or even how much you make monthly (believe it or not, some people don’t), you’ll never get out of debt. You won’t know if you are able to pay off the groceries you are charging or if you can put money into savings. Every time you open your bank account, it will be a crapshoot whether there is money there.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Think Warren Buffett is a financial genius? Today’s article highlights 25 stocks that are in his company’s top 25. Here’s what they had to say, “Regarding the types of businesses Berkshire likes to purchase, Buffett has said,”We want businesses to be one that we can understand, with favorable long-term prospects, operated by honest and competent people, and available at a very attractive price.” What follows are Buffett’s top 25 holdings as of September 30, 2014… ” To read more, CLICK HERE.
$1,000,000,000,000. That’s a whole lot of zeros. Isn’t amazing how zero means nothing and yet when there is a number in front a many zeros it’s a lot more than nothing. Today’s article discusses whether Apple could be the next trillion dollar business. Here’s what they had to say, “legendary investor Carl Icahn thinks so. Icahn, who owns a stake in Apple, said in a letter to the company’s management team that the stock could be worth $203 a share. That’s nearly 80% higher than its current price. At that level, it would value Apple at more than $1 trillion — even if Apple bought back as much stock as Icahn thinks is necessary to boost the share price. Most Wall Street analysts aren’t as bullish on Apple though.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article discusses the fantastic day the stock market had today. What happened? What caused it? Here’s what they had to say, “the Dow industrials and S&P 500 notched another record, led by strong gains in health-care shares. The advance on Tuesday came on the heels of stock-market gains in Europe and Japan, where policy makers and government officials have emphasized a willingness to stimulate those economies.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article discusses the possible outcomes for stocks in the near future. Here’s what they had to say, “The consumer price index is expected to decline 0.1 percent when reported Thursday, as falling oil prices filter through the economic data. Already, retail sales for October saw a boost as consumers spent less on gasoline, but bought more other goods. Besides inflation data, there is housing starts Wednesday, home sales Thursday and the minutes from the last Fed meeting on Wednesday afternoon.” To read more, CLICK HERE.