Equity investments are risky things, and Wall Street is a risky place.
If retirement feels less like a possibility and more like an oncoming certainty, then it is time to respond.
In this week’s recap: more downward pressure on equities, retiree incomes get a boost, yearly inflation declines, and consumer sentiment misses expectations.
In this week’s recap: stocks slump as the 10-year Treasury yield spikes, an ISM index hits a historic peak, job creation weakens, and oil extends its winning streak.
In this week’s recap: the Fed hikes, consumers feel optimistic, personal income and new home sales improve, and the major indices have a mixed week.
In this week’s recap: the Dow returns to record territory, home sales flatten, housing starts surge, and the price of oil rises.
In this week’s recap: consumer optimism increases, the retail sales pace slows, inflation pressure weakens, and Wall Street sees wide-ranging gains.
The S&P 500 Total Return Index was up 3.40% in August while Equity Trend finished up 6.61% nearly doubling the return of the index for the month.
In this week’s recap: the Nasdaq reaches new heights, consumer confidence and spending numbers impress, and a new trade deal could take the place of NAFTA.
Consider these potential routes toward greater retirement savings.