While many Americans came out of the recession feeling like they were in better control of their finances, one age group has definitely been the most affected by the financial crisis of 2008.
Americans—regardless of age, income, and education—have proven to be pretty awful at handling their personal finances. Given the choice between saving and spending a sudden windfall, they’re more likely to spend the money.
Attitudes toward investments are very strongly correlated to how they are performing at the time. Gold was preferred in 2011 and real estate in 2002. So what do investors like best today?
If you used relative strength rebalancing in your investment strategy, you could have added an additional 5.3% on to any returns over the last 20 years.
Ever since the financial crisis of 2008, many people have openly doubted the viability of achieving the American dream. These 3 tips will help pre-retirees and retirees preserve their wealth.
The country may only understand the most basic effect the Affordable Care Act will have on the lives of Americans as new studies find the law’s reach will be more widespread than realized.
Physicians have a much larger impact beyond simply providing care. In 2012, they contributed $1.6 trillion in economic activity and supported nearly 10 million jobs nationwide.
The costs for specialty drugs consume an increasing portion of overall healthcare spending, but a new report found possible savings by transitioning these medications from the medical to the pharmacy benefit.
For most Americans, summer is vacation time; however, little else can ruin a trip like getting sick. Often, this is as small as a runny nose and a cough, but sometimes the illnesses travelers pick up can be far more serious.
Visits to Kent, known as the "Garden of England," and Cumbria's Lake District are 2 options for those looking to venture outside of London.