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Reyna DeLoge stocks dairy products that only use milk from pasture-raised cows at Vitamin Cottage Natural Grocers in Denver. [The Associated Press]
Re: Reply to Don Crooks’ letter (AFN 1/7/15) claiming that the U.S. dollar has lost value.
Making a list of resolutions is as much a part of some people’s New Year’s traditions as watching the ball drop at midnight.
Cassie Gannis is headed to Daytona.
If you’re an investor, you probably had a pretty good year in 2014. But what’s in store for 2015?
Convergys Corporation will be hosting a job fair on Wednesday, Jan. 14, from 8 a.m.–3 p.m. at Convergys, 1801 E. Camelback Road, Suite 300, Phoenix. Interested candidates are welcome to jump start your application by visiting www.careers.convergys.com.
Now that 2015 is here, you may be thinking about making some New Year’s resolutions. Perhaps you’ll decide to take up a musical instrument, or hit the gym more often, or even learn a new language. All these are worthy goals, of course — but you could also gain some key benefits by working to achieve some financial resolutions.
Our currency is being debased by the Federal Reserve and the administration, and it has been debased for quite a while. When the Federal Reserve lowers its Fed rate to zero, as it has, and credit expansion occurs, the dollar is debased.
As you begin planning for the expenses of your child’s college education, it’s easy to overlook some of the extras that add up quickly. Trips home, activities, and sports can be a surprise if you haven’t planned for them.
The Kyrene Foundation will host its annual meeting Jan. 9 to review what will be needed to support families in the Kyrene School District throughout the remainder of the school year.
The Ahwatukee Foothills Family YMCA is offering its Winter Break at the Y camp to keep children entertained throughout the holidays.
One of my more vivid Christmas memories as a kid was the year, guessing when I was 5 or 6, when I was missing some of my chompers.
Yep, my two front teeth were gone but hey at least it wasn’t all of them like the Abominable Snowman.
Like everyone else, you have financial goals. To help achieve these goals, you may need to invest — and when you invest, you’ll need to take on some risk. But the more you understand this risk, and the better you are at managing it, the greater your potential for staying invested for the long term.
Recognizing the adjustment period and successfully managing it is a very important part of helping your newly adopted shelter dog to become a pet.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The clock is ticking, and your holiday shopping list isn't complete.
These are confusing days for investors. For example, on the one hand, we hear about how anemic this economic recovery has been. But on the other hand, the major stock market indices — usually pretty good indicators of how the economy is doing — have hit record highs this year. Who can blame investors for scratching their heads?
Wondering what to get the men in your life this holiday? Instead of another tie or T-shirt, give him something that he can sink his teeth into.
Warren Buffet, the “Oracle from Omaha,” is considered one of the most successful investors in history. Yet while the investment world may seem complex, Buffet’s advice is actually pretty simple. Here are a few Buffet quotes, along with some suggestions on putting them to use:
As we approach the holidays, family get-togethers are often anxiously anticipated. Unfortunately, the holiday season often brings about family chaos and hurt feelings.
The newest Goodwill location in Ahwatukee Foothills is set to open at 9 a.m. this Friday, Dec. 19.
U.S. stocks are falling Monday afternoon, following the market’s biggest weekly loss in two and a half years, as the price of oil continues a six-month slide. The Russian ruble has plunged to a record low against the dollar.
All investors probably wish they had gotten in on the “ground floor” of Apple or Microsoft or any other big success story. And, in fact, you can indeed “be there from the beginning” by taking part in a company’s initial public offering (IPO). However, the ground floor of many IPOs may be shakier than you’d think — and might not provide you with the solid footing you need to invest wisely.
Protecting your retirement nest egg and sustaining your retirement income are challenging enough. Taking precautions to help guard your investments from fraud is important.