Voters are angry. Donald Trump, Marine Le Pen, Nigel Farage, UKIP, and the AfD party in Germany have all been accused of stirring up anger and hatred.
Last week, I wrote about the upcoming Brexit vote, and why I thought it likely wouldnt happen.
Although the data for recent months is still preliminary, it appears that the rapid inflation phase of the second bubble for new home prices in the U.S. ended in September 2015.
The third estimate of first quarter GDP came in at +1.1%, revised up from the second estimate of +0.8%.
The U.S. Federal Reserve released its latest Flow of Funds report for the U.S. economy back on 9 June 2016, which we're finally getting around to today to give us a better idea of how the U.S. economy performed in the first quarter of 2016.
Looking terrified, the Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan came on American TV Friday morning and said the UK vote is just the tip of the iceberg.
Dear Carrie, Several years ago, I loaned my then 24-year-old son money to buy a car on the condition that he pay it back in monthly installments.
I don't often review new business books because, quite frankly, most of them don't have much to say (unless they're mine, of course).
The world has gone mad. Partisan politics is at its worst.
The Markit Services PMI report shows service sector growth remains subdued in June. Data is from June 13 to 24.
On Thursday, June 23, British voters decided to leave the European Union (EU) in the most important vote that they have faced in their lifetime.
This month has been filled with notable developments for investors.
DEAR BRUCE: I am 32 years old. I have been working as a teacher for 11 years and see myself retiring in this field. My mortgage is $965 per month; I take home $3,800 a month. I own my car and have no debt. I contribute $300 per month, before taxes, to a 457(b) retirement account.
In the wake of the Brexit vote, two issues regarding Scotland h
Dear Edith: Would you help me settle a disagreement with my husband? Our house is listed for sale, and our real estate agent put a "For Sale" sign out front. Twice now, people have rung the bell and asked if they could come in and see the house. I didn't want to let them in, but my husband did, and he gave them our real estate agent's business card. What do you think? -- G.