Concerns About Irma, North Korea May Weigh On Wall Street

Concerns About Irma, North Korea May Weigh On Wall Street
The major U.S. index futures are pointing to a lower opening on Friday following the mixed performance seen in the previous session. Concerns about the economic impact of Hurricane Irma may weigh on the markets, with the category 4 storm expected to make landfall in Florida early Sunday. FEMA Administrator Brock Long warned Irma continues to be a threat that... Read More

Bargain Hunting May Contribute To Rebound On Wall Street

Bargain Hunting May Contribute To Rebound On Wall Street
The major U.S. index futures are pointing to a higher opening on Wednesday after the sharp pullback seen over the course of the previous session. Bargain hunting may contribute to early strength on Wall Street following yesterday’s sell-off, which reflected geopolitical concerns on the heels of North Korea’s latest nuclear test. Trading activity may be somewhat subdued, however, with uncertainty... Read More

ETF Inflows Set New Annual Record Of $289 Billion

ETF Inflows Set New Annual Record Of $289 Billion
Drew VorosETF.com Editor-in-Chief With such heavy demand for U.S-listed ETFs this year, it was only a matter of time before last year’s annual inflows record of $287.75 billion would be shattered. That happened last week, as investors added $4.2 billion of new assets, bringing the year-to-date total to $289.4 billion, according to FactSet data. And with more than four months... Read More

From Healthcare to Groceries: Brilliant Ways Seniors Can Save Money

From Healthcare to Groceries: Brilliant Ways Seniors Can Save Money
For seniors who are already struggling financially, retirement can bring a whole new set of challenges. While expenses for things such as transportation and clothing tend to decrease with age, the cost of food — and certainly healthcare — does not. For seniors who become homebound — defined as those who need help from another person or ambulatory aids, or those whose... Read More