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  • A bill is headed for consideration by the full Senate that would move the age at which you have to start drawing down your retirement plan savings to 75. The House of Representatives passed a similar measure, so sponsors are … Continue reading → The post You're One Step Closer to Being Able to Delay Your RMDs in Retirement appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.

  • Interest rates and bond prices generally move in opposite directions. Thus, when interest rates go up, the price of fixed-rate bonds usually falls. Similarly, a fall in interest rates causes the price of fixed-rate bonds to increase. This dynamic is … Continue reading → The post If Interest Rates Rise, What Happens to Bond Prices? appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.

  • These five real estate investment trusts (REITs) currently pay 6% dividend yields to their investors. Each one trades on the New York Stock Exchange, each has an average daily trading volume of greater than 100,000 shares. Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc. (NYSE: BRDG) is paying investors a 6.11% dividend. The company holds $38 billion in real estate assets focused on select U.S. real estate verticals, including residential rental, office, development, logistics properties, net lease and rea

  • “When we were turning out big profits, I became somewhat delirious, and looking back at myself now, I am quite embarrassed and remorseful,” SoftBank’s CEO admitted at a press conference on Monday.

  • The uncertainty of the gaming market has a high probability of keeping the shares rangebound at least until their earnings on August 24.

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    Value stocks in the S&P 500 are outperforming this year. But analysts still think it's a mistake to part with some of them too soon.

  • Most Americans have less in their retirement accounts than they'd like, and much less than the rules say they should have. So, obviously, if that describes you then you're not alone. Now, most financial advisors recommend that you have between five … Continue reading → The post How Much Should I Have in My 401(k) at 50? appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.

  • Insiders used the rally in the markets in July to take some money off the table it would seem. The ratio of insider selling compared to insider buying moved to its highest level in 2022. A director just picked up nearly $1.5 million of new shares, a purchase that followed a dismal second-quarter earnings report that sent the stock down about 20%.

  • Bill Gates looks for income, too. This is how he gets it.

  • After an all-night voting session, the US Senate passed the Democrats’ Inflation Reduction Act. The bill brings up many questions – not least of which is, will a government spending bill actually reduce inflation? – but leave that aside for now. The bill includes huge funding, on the order of $370 billion, for climate-related clean energy initiatives. It’s widely expected to pass in the House, and President Biden has already indicated that he will sign it; so investors would be wise to start loo

  • Investor's Business Daily

    A new 1% stock buyback tax in the Inflation Reduction Act will trim earnings for Apple and the S&P 500. It also might spur a buyback binge.

  • The bear market for U.S. stocks may have ended at its mid-June low. A number of recent posts on social media have argued that the worst of the bear market is yet to come. The implication is that bear market losses tend to be “back-end loaded,” with bear markets ending with a crescendo rather than a whimper.

  • “It’s not in your best interests to work at home,” said Gladwell, during a recent podcast appearance.

  • Top trending after-hours tickers on Yahoo Finance.

  • Shouting over the clanging of machinery, Gerd Roeders is reluctantly preparing for the temporary shutdown of his German aluminium foundry to survive Europe's growing gas crunch. Roeders is hoping that by moving the 200-year-old plant to three weeks of 24-hour shifts followed by a one-week shutdown, he can maintain output while cutting his gas bill, which has doubled since last year to 12.3 million euros ($12.6 million). The plan will save the cost of gas needed to fire up the ovens every morning, Roeders calculates, even if it means paying staff at family-owned G.A. Roeders more to work night shifts.

  • (Bloomberg) -- When investor demand for Chinese property debt was approaching its peak back in 2018, a banker could pull together the makings of a multi-million dollar deal during a Saturday boat trip around Hong Kong’s harbor and barely look up from her drink while doing it.Most Read from BloombergTrump Under Intense Legal Scrutiny After FBI Searches Mar-a-LagoChina Seizes on Pelosi Visit to Set ‘New Normal’ for TaiwanSan Francisco ‘Froth is Gone’ as Wealth Fades, Housing SlumpsWhy Carlyle's Bi

  • While the recent Federal Reserve interest rate hikes likely sent groans through the pool of aspiring home and car buyers hoping to keep borrowing costs low, it may spell good news for some consumers: those hoping to earn a little more on their savings accounts. Indeed, past rate hikes have already benefited savers with interest rates rising on checking accounts, savings accounts and certificates of deposit (CDs), says NerdWallet’s banking specialist Chanelle Bessette. “Consumers can take advantage of these rate increases by shopping around for a new account, with better interest rates, especially since higher interest rates can help mitigate the effects of high inflation,” says Bessette.

  • Gladwell, the author of “The Tipping Point,” said it was “not in your best interest” to “just sit in your pajamas in your bedroom.”

  • A Unity spokesperson says the company has received AppLovin's offer and the board will 'thoroughly evaluate it.'

  • “I don't buy this idea that a recession is imminent, but I do think a recession is inevitable,” Markowska told Fortune.