U.S. Market Recovery After Financial Crises: All-Stock Portfolio Stock prices [...]
When you are widowed you must seize on financial opportunities at the time you feel least able to deal with this seemingly daunting task. The emotions of being widowed sometimes
Warren is the voice of common sense, and we can't let her hang out there without supporting her continued insistence for a Consumer Financial Protection Agency, NOW!
Well the only good thing about a stock market decline is that we owe LESS taxes on the earnings...ahem, I mean on the lack-of-earnings. In fact, it gets better. We can (and should) take up to $3,000 of losses over and above those which offset our capital gains, as a tax loss.
Warren Buffet was quoted over the weekend saying the economy is in shambles and that it will last for the rest of this year. Not sure that’s news, yet it’s surely captured headlines. In fact, Buffett may have needed (he surely wanted) to refocus some of the VERY negative spot light on him, given that his investments, including Berkshire Hathaway suffered the worst year in it’s history, by a VERY large margin. Don’t get me wrong, I like Warren Buffet, yet I’m NOT sure this is a time for him to be spouting off; perhaps he should stick to his knitting.