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Why Rates Really Can't Rise Much From Here

Why Rates Really Can't Rise Much From Here

Beware the old way of thinking about the Fed.

How to Use LinkedIn to Find a Job in 2019

How to Use LinkedIn to Find a Job in 2019

LinkedIn connects over 600 million users between roughly 200 countries. With so many people using it, how can you stand out from the crowd to land that next job?

How Much Does a Physician Assistant Make?

How Much Does a Physician Assistant Make?

If you're lucky enough to get a job as a physician assistant, you could find yourself making nearly $109,000 a year. What do the highest-paid PAs make, and what do they do on a day-to-day basis?

June Jobs Data Was All Over the Place -- Former Fed Member Explains

June Jobs Data Was All Over the Place -- Former Fed Member Explains

ADP and the Bureau of Labor Statistics had completely different data. See how?

How Much Does a Psychologist Make?

How Much Does a Psychologist Make?

The average annual salary for a psychologist is around $77,000 to $100,000 per year, as of 2017, with a salary range of up to $127,000 per year.

An 'Overweight' Client and Our Strategy to Slim Down

An 'Overweight' Client and Our Strategy to Slim Down

Adviser Mark Bordelove shares a story of a client who was severely overweight his employer's stock, and how he slimmed down for a more balanced retirement plan.

Trump's Call for Federal Reserve Stimulus Undermined by Strength of Own Economy

Trump's Call for Federal Reserve Stimulus Undermined by Strength of Own Economy

President Donald Trump has repeatedly criticized his own Federal Reserve chair, Jerome Powell, for keeping U.S. interest rates too high, despite a projected slowing in the economy. Yet a Labor Department report Friday showed that U.S. jobs growth continued at a strong pace in June, prompting some economists to assert that drastic monetary stimulus isn't warranted.

Bulls Still Optimistic the Economy Is Weak Enough for Rate Cuts

Bulls Still Optimistic the Economy Is Weak Enough for Rate Cuts

It is an odd dynamic right now with the Fed being more important than the actual economy.

Three Job-Market Data Points Investors Are Overlooking

Three Job-Market Data Points Investors Are Overlooking

The poor economic trend in the past 10 months or so is pointing toward an interest rate cut. But looking under the hood of that data could paint an even darker picture.

The Reaction to the Jobs Report Is More Important Than the Hard News

The Reaction to the Jobs Report Is More Important Than the Hard News

Next week I will be shorting stocks. A lot of them. I cannot wait.