Archive for October, 2018

As home-price gains moderate and sales slow, Nobel-winner and housing data-cruncher Robert Shiller thinks it looks a lot like 2006, just before a housing crisis became a financial crisis that brought the country to its knees.

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Some 102,000 fewer Chinese people received U.S. visas this summer, a sign of more economic pain to come

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How many people stayed 100% in equities through the last two crashes?

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Save on everything from refrigerators to diamond earrings.

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<p>Facebook on Tuesday missed estimates for quarterly user growth and revenue but topped profit expectations as the social network tries to recover from privacy and content scandals.</p>

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This couple is focusing more on the FI and less on the RE.

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Higher mortgage rates and overheated home prices hit Southern California home sales hard in September.&nbsp;

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Would $6 billion in cash have kept Sears out of bankruptcy?

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<p>General Electric slashed its quarterly dividend to just 1 cent per share and said it would split its power unit into two businesses as new chief executive Larry Culp took his first steps to revive the struggling conglomerate.</p>

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Most FAANG stocks are in a bear market, and economically sensitive sectors have sold off dramatically.

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Americans are holding onto their smartphones for longer than ever.Pricier devices, fewer subsidies from carriers and the demise of the two-year cellphone contract have led consumers to wait an average of 2.83 years to upgrade their smartphones, according to new data.

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This is how housing markets turn. Slowly.

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This is how housing markets turn. Slowly.

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Most FAANG stocks are in a bear market, and economically sensitive sectors have sold off dramatically.

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The amount of debt that the US government will issue in 2018 is projected to be $1.34 trillion, a 146% increase from 2017 and the highest since 2010.

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