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Here’s what could go wrong with stocks at record highs

Jung Yeon-Je | AFP | Getty Images A man walks past a television screen showing file footage of a North Korean missile launch, at a railway station in Seoul on April 5, 2017. The midsummer market is a Goldilocks market, but it’s about to head into what can be two of the worst months of the year for stocks and ... Read More »

How Your Next Vehicle Could Save on Income Taxes

Did you know you could save up to $7,500 on your next vehicle — if that vehicle happens to be an all-electric or plug-in hybrid car? And that doesn’t even count any savings on fuel at the pump by using an electric vehicle! Most business people are aware that they can write off some of the costs of operating a ... Read More »

These 5 Real Estate Investment Mistakes Could Kill Your Business! Learn Why

Investing in real estate as a business can be a great way to make money. Your tenants, whether business or residential, will contribute to cash flow and operating profit every month, right? The property will appreciate for an eventual sale, and you’ll gain tax deductions connected to real estate property. Yes, all these things can happen — but real estate investing can ... Read More »

The head of the Federal Reserve believes opioid abuse could be holding back the US economy

Carlos Barria | Reuters Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testifies before a Senate Banking Committee hearing on the ‘Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress’ on Capitol Hill in Washington, July 13, 2017. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen just weighed in on the opioid crisis in the U.S. In her testimony before the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday, Yellen said rampant opioid abuse ... Read More »

Could 3D Printed Tire Open Door to Small Auto Parts Manufacturing?

For decades, automotive manufacturing has been reserved only for large businesses with huge factories and plenty of resources. But that all could be about to change thanks to 3D printing. Michelin just unveiled an airless, 3D printed tire-wheel combination concept. The product could help drivers avoid issues like flat tires. And it could potentially even be customized to different driving conditions ... Read More »

How Trump’s political drama could hurt the economy

President Trump speaks at a rally on June 21 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. – Scott Olson/Getty Images Uncertainty. That’s got to be how you would describe the feeling coming out of Washington these days. There is plenty of policy uncertainty: health care legislation, tax reform, the debt ceiling. There is also political uncertainty: congressional investigations, special prosecutors, lawsuits, even calls for impeachment. ... Read More »

Oil, housing could be what drives Wednesday’s markets

Workers line up pipe while drilling for oil in the Bakken shale formation outside Watford City, N.D. Falling oil prices could become a factor for stocks if crude cracks $40 per barrel. Oil will be a focus in the markets again Wednesday, with U.S. oil inventory data expected at 10:30 a.m. ET. Oil crossed into bear market territory Tuesday and ... Read More »

Three big events could bring some volatility back into markets

Getty Images Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The record high stock market may be signaling it’s the best of times. But the bond market looks to be saying just the opposite: If it’s not the worst of times, it soon could be. Traders have been debating which one is right — the stock market ... Read More »

Petrol, Diesel Prices Poised For A Cut. How Much Could You Save

Your visit to a fuel station to fill up petrol or diesel after the 15th of this month may leave you surprised: your bill might be less than you think. Global fuel prices have fallen over the past fortnight while the rupee has remained stable. Oil marketing companies like Indian Oil (IOC) and Hindustan Petroleum (HPCL) have already passed on ... Read More »

Thousands of car finance payments could be hit by economic downturn, analysts warn

Thousands of drivers would be unable to keep up their car payments in the event of an economic downturn, analysts have warned, prompting concerns about a mis-selling scandal. With nearly 90 per cent of new cars sold using finance deals, the majority of which means the owner effectively leases their vehicle for three or four years instead of buying outright, ... Read More »