Monthly Archives: June 2017

8-Year-Old Girl Pens Letter To Gwen Stefani Asking Her To Give Little Sister’s Rare Disease A Voice

Taryn Connor, 8, with sister Brynn, 5.

Raising money to help find a cure for a loved one’s rare disease can trump most other financial priorities. That’s precisely the case for Kristen and Shawn Connor, of Marlton, N.J., whose five-year-old daughter Brynn was diagnosed with Rett Syndrome, a neurological and developmental disorder that is caused by a random genetic mutation, in....More>>>

What’s Keeping These 4 Fixed Income Managers Up at Night

5 Best Countries for Affordable Health Care in Retirement

DOL Takes First Step Toward Fiduciary Rule Changes

Planners Fear Unintended Consequences as DOL Rule Compliance Date Nears

As the population ages and so do pension plans pension, there is obviously a sector need for fixed income, according to Karl Dasher, CEO and co-head of fixed income in North America at Schroders.

“Given....More>>>

Goldman Sachs, Disney Lead DJIA Higher Monday

June 26, 2017: Markets opened higher Monday but the Nasdaq Composite turned south early on and remained there for most of the day. The tech sector was the day’s poorest performer while utilities and telecom performed best. WTI crude oil for August delivery settled at $43.38 a barrel, up 0.9% on the day. August gold dropped 0.8% for the day to settle at $1,246.40. Equities were headed....More>>>

Fossil Group Inc (FOSL) Chairman of the Board & CEO Kosta N Kartsotis Sold $6.1 million of Shares

Chairman of the Board & CEO of Fossil Group Inc (NASDAQ:FOSL) Kosta N Kartsotis sold 625,000 shares of FOSL on 06/14/2017 at an average price of $9.73 a share. The total sale was $6.1 million.

Fossil Group Inc is engaged in designing, marketing and distribution of consumer fashion accessories. It offers men’s and women’s fashion watches and jewelry, handbags, small leather....More>>>

How I Stopped ‘Awfulizing’ Retirement

By Jonathan Look, Next Avenue Contributor 

I had been planning my retirement for years. I read all the literature about my pension and ran all the calculations. I reduced my spending. I got completely out of debt and even added a little padding to my savings. So why did I fear what is supposed to be the best time of life? Why did I awfulize retirement — thinking so much about the....More>>>