Almost 60 years ago, an article appeared in the Harvard Business Review that posed the most important question for any business – and a question that is essential for advisors to address today.
It's time again for our weekly gasoline update based on data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA). The price of Regular and Premium were unchanged from last week. According to GasBuddy.com, California has the highest average price for Regular at $3.23 and San Francisco, CA is the most expensive city, averaging $3.33. Alabama has the cheapest at $2.25. The WTIC end of day spot price closed at 56.76, a 1.0% decrease from this time last week.
All eight indexes on our world watch list have posted gains for 2017 through November 13. The top performer thus far is Hong Kong's Hang Seng with a gain of 32.64%, followed by India's BSE SENSEX at 24.21%. In third is Tokyo's Nikkei with 17.09%.
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Only a highly confident investor would bet against Warren Buffett. But Ted Seides had the humility to admit that his loss of a $1 million wager is all but certain. Unlike what most believe, though, he said the high fees charged by his hedge funds were not to blame.
Are you an investor or a trader? Investors think long-term, while traders focus on short-term price movements.
With the Republican tax bill looming, we've updated this article to include the latest figures and estimates for federal debt and taxes.
Absent a new category of products, Apple is turning into a fully ripe stock.
While Tech remains one of RBA’s largest overweight sectors in our portfolios, one thing to consider is the sector’s dirty little secret: it’s really a deep cyclical.
Economists view the growth in labor productivity, or output per worker, as the single most important variable in an economy. It’s what lifts the standard of living, helps keep prices low, reduces government budget strains, and drives corporate profits. Over the next few decades, achieving faster productivity growth will be key as labor force growth slows. The outlook is encouraging, but uncertain.