For many people their home is their biggest asset. With that fact in place, it is important to maintain and grow your asset.
This infographic will help you learn the five key financial metrics and associated tips to managing your home finances.
When people hear they should buy insurance, they usually turn around and walk away.
Buying stuff, especially insurance, is a horror for most people. What these people might miss down the road is shown by this infographic. Have a look and make sure you are covered.
This infographic shows how confident consumers were in 2012 about 2013. Interesting to see what people thought in 2012 and were we stand after half of 2013 is over.
In an effort to understand what is affecting consumer confidence in 2012, we asked members of our online communities how they feel about the coming year, and what factors contribute to their feeling confident about spending money and making purchases.
June sales reports by retailers could create a buying opportunity for some stocks on Thursday says AAP Co-Portfolio Manager Stephanie Link.
Interesting infographic for those that want to keep track of their finances and stay informed.
Source: Willis Consulting
In today’s “Single Best Chart,” Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu displays the declining numbers in the average American household over a 20 year period. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Credit cards can break “the bank” (you). Here are some numbers and trends about how people use credit cards these days.
1,500 respondents surveyed between February and March 2013 ©2013 Bank of America Corporation
Penguin, Panda, Google, algorithms. Usually, when the word algorithm comes into play, most people think about Google, search and keywords.
Algorithms are also used in the world of Wall Street and its money makers. In the past 10 years algorithmic trading has become a huge factor in trading and investing.
This infographic explains the industry of algorithmic finance, offering insight into how it works, the prevalence, and different kinds of algorithms used for investment.
Today’s modern man has high aspirations in every aspect of life; from his looks to his career. Laddish culture is no longer considered fashionable by many, and men are expected to have a far more responsible attitude to money and their health. The modern man is also often encouraged to look good, dress well and workout. Not a bad thing you may think, but how much does all this cost?
From bodybuilding supplements to moisturizer, MoneySupermarket has broken down the cost of being the ultimate modern man. Continue reading
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Do you ever wonder what kinds of cameras we are using to take photos of our children or capture them playing sports, or even to take pictures of our food? Here’s what types of cameras Americans are using to capture digital images: Continue reading
Annuities as income, not investments – Robert Powell’s Retirement Portfolio – MarketWatch.
You probably aren’t even aware that you’re doing it, but you are. You are “optimizing imperfectly” when it comes to taking money from your defined benefit, 401(k), and other retirement plans. Continue reading
According to a recent GallUp Economy survey, a lack of retirement savings is the top financial worry for Americans. This fear is further exacerbated by the rising, retirement-age expectancies amongst American elders.
The Bureau of Labor statistics reveal that almost a third of Americans between 65 and 70 years of age are still working! Let’s take a look at some additional, retirement-related statistics. Continue reading
This visual offers a primer on alternative assets (hedge funds) and the role that shadow accounting plays in the industry. Continue reading