List/Grid Monthly Archives: February 2018

Americans owe millennials an apology — baby boomers overspend eating out too

Americans owe millennials an apology — baby boomers overspend eating out too

Whether it’s beans on toast or avocado on toast, the net effect is the same: Millions of Americans of all ages are blowing their cash in fancy brunch spots. Every… Read more »

BookWatch: Here are the 8 best books about money published in the past year

BookWatch: Here are the 8 best books about money published in the past year

The number of books published in 2017 is more than you have time to read. To narrow it down to the most popular money books published last year, we asked… Read more »

Key Words: The financial advice Billy Graham liked to give

Key Words: The financial advice Billy Graham liked to give

God is not your banker. He is not your benevolent creditor. And is definitely not your CPA. In 2011, when Americans were still suffering the aftershock of the Great Recession,… Read more »

Outside the Box: The 3 most surprising things I learned when I got serious about early retirement

Outside the Box: The 3 most surprising things I learned when I got serious about early retirement

Now that we are several years into our journey beyond financial independence and to early retirement, the way we live now feels like our “normal.” But how we live now… Read more »

Market Snapshot: Why a spike in the 10-year Treasury yield to 3% won’t be a death knell for stocks

Market Snapshot: Why a spike in the 10-year Treasury yield to 3% won’t be a death knell for stocks

For all the concerns about inflation and rising rates, the bull market won’t have to worry about the Grim Reaper just yet. It’s been rough patch for stocks with the… Read more »

States that voted for Trump are more likely to have growing credit-card debt

States that voted for Trump are more likely to have growing credit-card debt

American households are falling deeper into debt, reaching another all-time high last year of more than $1 trillion in outstanding revolving credit — also known as credit-card debt. That’s a… Read more »

CEO turnover is the highest it’s been in 8 years

CEO turnover is the highest it’s been in 8 years

The New Year typically brings upheaval among the upper echelon of America’s corporations — but this January saw the highest number of chief executives exit their posts in nearly eight… Read more »

The depressing reason most Americans are making more money

The depressing reason most Americans are making more money

Many Americans have gone a long time without getting a raise — even as their cost of living has gone up. That’s left most with only one option to keep… Read more »

Delta passengers were trapped on runway for 12 hours — but did they get compensation?

Delta passengers were trapped on runway for 12 hours — but did they get compensation?

A plane of unlucky Delta Air Lines DAL, +1.73%   passengers spent 12 hours trapped on a plane at the Kansas City International Airport on Wednesday due to icy conditions…. Read more »

Did Kylie Jenner’s tweet really cause Snapchat stock to plunge $1.3 billion? 5 of the costliest tweets ever

Did Kylie Jenner’s tweet really cause Snapchat stock to plunge $1.3 billion? 5 of the costliest tweets ever

Sticks and stones may break bones, but 280 characters can do a whole lot more damage. On Wednesday, Kylie Jenner, start of E!’s “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” and a… Read more »

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