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How to Avoid the Black Hole of Chasing Prospects

The black hole is the empty space where they haven’t committed to move forward, and you’re forced to chase them to find out where they stand.

Incomparable or Uncomparable, Which are You?

Advisors seek to be incomparable, or better than the competition. But this marketing tactic creates a neck-and-neck race that they can’t win. Instead of being incomparable, choose to be uncomparable.

Metals Set for Worst Quarter Since 2008 on Global Downturn Angst

Base metals headed for the worst quarterly slump since the 2008 global financial crisis as China’s economy recovered only gradually and fears of a world recession intensified.

Amazon to Boost Football Coverage in UK With UEFA Deal

Amazon.com Inc. is nearing a deal to broadcast Europe’s top football tournament in the UK for the first time, according to people familiar with the matter, as the tech giant pushes deeper into sports.

Bitcoin Set for Biggest Quarterly Drop in More Than a Decade

Bitcoin is on track for its worst quarter in more than a decade, as hawkish central banks and a string of high-profile crypto blowups hammer sentiment.

US Will Face High Gas Prices ‘as Long as It Takes,’ Biden Says

US President Joe Biden said Americans will have to stomach high gas prices “as long as it takes” to beat back Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

China’s World-Beating Stock Rally Is Forecast to Strengthen More

It’s official: Chinese equities are once again in vogue, after months of regulatory crackdowns, deleveraging and stringent virus curbs wiped trillions of dollars off benchmark gauges.

Now What? Advice for Retiring Into a Recession

Soon-to-be retirees are reevaluating things like when to stop working, whether they should move and how to strategize their spending.

Zoom Bets on Corporate Customers to Stem Post-Pandemic Crash

Zoom Video Communications Inc. is navigating life after the pandemic by acting like the past two years never happened.

Technology Stocks Head for Historic Wipeout as US Economy Cools

Skeptics have long made a sport of predicting that the decade-long rally in technology stocks was destined to reverse. At the halfway point of 2022, it seems like this is the year when they will be proven right.

Seven Least Expensive States Based on Retirement Healthcare Costs

Since healthcare costs are the number one fear in retirement for Americans, this article will focus on which states are the least expensive to retire in based on healthcare costs.

Tesla’s Technoking of Tumult Caps a Wild Quarter With Silence

The man who dominates discussion about the future of transportation has gone uncharacteristically quiet at the close of a manic quarter.

ETFs Offering Way to Bet on Overnight Equity Gains Set to Launch

A pair of exchange-traded funds that seek to capitalize on the tendency for US stocks to log the bulk of their gains when the cash market is shut are set to launch Tuesday.

US Home-Price Growth Decelerates for First Time Since 2021

Home-price growth in the US started to slow in April.

Time to Start Preparing for a Recession Is Now, Rob Arnott Says

The Federal Reserve was in denial about inflation and moved too slowly in trying to quell rising prices. That’s now put it on a trajectory to create a recession, if it hasn’t already done so.