Dear Dave, Ive spent most of my marriage not being a good husband and not being involved in our family finances. After being introduced to one of your programs at work, I realized how irresponsible I had been and went home to apologize and tell my wife about it.
Call it a green light, an all-clear sign or just a rainbow at the end of a storm, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) minutes released Oct. 8 put to rest the debate about what the Feds position is on the prospect of rising interest rates.
When it comes to public relations, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) havent had it all too well.
According the S&P's Monthly Dividend Report (Excel spreadsheet), the U.S. economy is once again experiencing contractionary economic forces.
DEAR BRUCE: I want to start preparing my son for the real world. He is only 16 years old, but I want him to know about credit scores, FICO scores, credit cards, etc. Is there a certain age at which you can start pulling your credit report? -- Reader
In response to Chicago Suburbs $1 Million+ Home Sales "Not Totally Dead" Yet; Rush for the Exit, I received emails from Virginia and Texas about slowdowns in those states.
The worm has turned for China and the U.S. But unfortunately its because both countries are rotten apples, full of worms.
I recently met Joel Osteen, the prosperity preacher and TV evangelist from Houstons Lakewood Church. My wife introduced me to him but I had enjoyed his sermons for a number of years. Hes not your standard hellfire and damnation pastor. Hes always upbeat, telling down-to-earth stories without being overly emotional.
Rounding out the category of the top three emerging market exchange-traded funds (ETFs) for the first half of this year is another Chinese small-cap fund, iShares MSCI China Small-Cap ETF (ECNS).