The prepaid RushCard continues to grow at a double digit clip as underbanked consumers seek an easier and cheaper way to manage their finances, says the card's originator Russell Simmons.
Oil will drift down to its normal trading range around $100 a barrel if tensions over the Ukraine continue to decline, says Tom Reilly, options trader at SCS Commodities.
Baby Boomers, Gen Xers and Millennials are making conscious efforts to spend less and save more, but won't cut back in areas that can make the biggest impact on their savings.
Mexico's railway connections to the U.S., along with its low-cost energy and labor will enable the country's economy to pick up steam, especially as U.S. growth improves.
Wall Street traders will indeed be able to increase their profits if they take the time to meditate every day, says Russell Simmons, author of 'Success Through Stillness.'
Gold is giving back most of yesterday's gains today as a result of easing tensions between Russia and the Ukraine, but the bias for gold is still to the upside.
Shares of Baxter International have underperformed the rest of the healthcare sector, but the medical device maker is the perfect contrarian play due to its repeatable revenue model and impressive dividend.
U.S. investors should hold Korean stocks because the country is a gateway to the emerging markets with about 60% of total exports going to emerging countries, says Howard Atkinson, Managing Director at Horizons USA.
Ramping up R&D spending will be a priority now that Knowles Corporation has been spun off from Dover Corp., says the newly independent company's CEO Jeffrey Niew.
There are far too many mutual funds in the market and the overabundance of choices is not helping investors make better financial decisions, says Brian Portnoy, author of "The Investor's Paradox".