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“I want to meet someone rich.  Is it so bad?  I'm 46, make $210,000, and own a $700,000 house.  I'm tired of dating "losers".

“A friend advised me to find a husband”: I am almost 50 years old and I am about to retire. Would it be a mistake to get married and mess up my finances?

I am a single woman in my late 40s with no children. At 50, my federal agency will allow me to retire with a full pension. I’m planning on doing this because I have a large amount saved in my savings plan, and I’m going to be moving to a southern state, probably Georgia. A …

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“I want to meet someone rich.  Is it so bad?  I'm 46, make $210,000, and own a $700,000 house.  I'm tired of dating "losers".

“I want to meet someone rich. Is it so bad? I’m 46, make $210,000, and own a $700,000 house. I’m tired of dating “losers”.

I’ve reached the point in my life where I want to settle down, but I recently had a disagreement with a friend about my priorities, and I’d appreciate your insight. I’m 46, single, and make $210,000, not including my annual bonus. I have paid off my student loans and I own my house. He is …

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This state has the best personal finance education in the US - you can tell by its average credit score

This state has the best personal finance education in the US – you can tell by its average credit score

Financial literacy is key to managing money, but how well are states preparing their students? Tennessee tops the list of US states that offer the best financial education to its residents, according to a new report from financial services firm OneMain Financial. More than 99% of public high school students in Tennessee have what is …

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Could carbon markets be the financial services response to climate change?

Could carbon markets be the financial services response to climate change?

There is still an elephant in the room at COP27. And it just got bigger. At last year’s UN climate change conference in Glasgow, there was remarkably little discussion of the main challenge facing efforts to curb global warming: the huge sums needed to fund the transition. energy in emerging markets. There has been a …

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Opinion: How Powell strayed from the Fed's dovish message and sent markets tumbling

Opinion: How Powell strayed from the Fed’s dovish message and sent markets tumbling

Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is learning on the job. He did not repeat the mistake he made at his July press conference, when he said some things that the markets interpreted as signs that the Fed was wavering in its commitment to fight the crisis. inflation. The SPX Fellowship, -2.50% took the same interpretation of …

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Trading Places: Citi appoints Fabio Lisanti as head of markets, BNP poaches Nomura MD

Trading Places: Citi appoints Fabio Lisanti as head of markets, BNP poaches Nomura MD

Banking Houlihan Lokey hired Rainer Hepberger as a managing director within its healthcare investment banking team. He joins middle-market rival William Blair and will work with Paul Tomasic, who joined RBC Capital Markets in April last year along with four other senior traders to launch its European healthcare team. Houlihan also hired former Bank of …

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Take advantage now of this sweet spot on the bond market to strengthen your portfolio

Take advantage now of this sweet spot on the bond market to strengthen your portfolio

The bond market is now offering investors a bargain, with short to medium maturities offering a good combination of risk and reward. When interest rates rise, bond prices fall. The longer a bond’s maturity, the more sensitive its market value will be to changes in interest rates. This means that as the Federal Reserve continues …

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Personal savings have plummeted - how to boost your savings in a recession

Personal savings have plummeted – how to boost your savings in a recession

As the red flags go away, that’s a big deal. Americans’ personal savings have plunged this year, hitting $629 billion in the second quarter of 2022, according to data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. That’s down from $1.98 trillion in the second quarter of 2021, and down from recent highs of $3.99 …

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Stocks have rallied, but the painful nine stages of this bear market aren't even halfway there

Stocks have rallied, but the painful nine stages of this bear market aren’t even halfway there

Michael Sincere is the author of Understanding Stocks. His latest book, How to Profit in the Stock Market, explores bull and bear market investing strategies. The official definition of a bear market is a decline of 20% or more from an index’s previous peak. As a result, the three major US stock market benchmarks – …

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