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In the barren yield landscape of the last five years, real estate investment trusts have been one of investors’ favorite places to find income. The MSCI U.S. REIT Index, which has a current yield of just under 4 percent, was up 30 percent last year. It has returned an average of more than 12 percent …
BlackRock’s Peter Fisher said Monday he does not see the risky end of the corporate fixed income market sinking the overall U.S. economy like the bust in subprime mortgages did during the Great Recession.
Here’s a new idea for a holiday stocking stuffer: a gift voucher for stock. Stockpile.com is now selling a physical gift card for shares of stock. Not unlike iTunes and retail stores, Stockpile gift cards come in denominations ranging from $25 — $100, and can be purchased on the checkout line of retailers like Kmart …
If you are among the estimated 2.8 million recent college graduates who find themselves thrust into the world of adulthood, you’ve probably discovered that grown-up stuff, such as budgeting and paying bills on time, is the worst. Many longtime adults agree with you (really, we do). But your elders who focused on personal finance when …
It’s often assumed that financial planning for high-net-worth individuals is all about sophisticated investments and complex strategies that are either too expensive or otherwise off-limits to the general public. However, experts who deal with wealthy clients say those are rarely the focus. What these financial plans tend to revolve around are fairly basic strategies, such …
As the holidays near, investors face a crucial question: Do they believe last week’s bad earnings news from retailers, or are they banking on the generally solid economic data that normally points to a stronger season and might have shown up in some stronger retail earnings reports on Tuesday morning? That question has raced through …
Warren Buffett said Monday morning that he wouldn’t sell any stocks based on the terrorist attacks in Paris. And in recent years, global events have become more important for the quintessential all-American investor. The Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO has been pursuing more global deals and European investments in particular. In the 2014 letter written …