Hellenic voters are being asked whether they accept the terms offered by the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund to extend the bailout for Athens troubled finances or give Prime Minister Tsipras a mandate to insist on a better deal.
The first half of the year is already over. Yes, I know it feels like we just kicked off 2015, but this weekend we celebrate our nations birthday. To me, the July 4th holiday represents the unofficial break before we get back to business in the second half of the year.
The biggest threat to your portfolio is fear fear of the next bear market that might force you to sell prematurely when a temporary crisis hits.
A raise? Trying to get a raise in these tough times feels impossible to most people. Which reminds me of a former home improvement store clerk in Nitro, W. Va.