Month: November 2021

To deny state and local government retirement savers—investors who cannot afford to gamble—critical investment information which is routinely provide to wealthy investors globally in prospectuses is unfair. Are we now a nation of two classes of investors? Most investors are familiar with work of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the federal agency which regulates the
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Ultra-high-net-worth individuals and families are attracted to the over-the-top luxury lifestyles that private residences and penthouses offer. These amenity-rich properties around the world cater to indulgences and are often second, third, or even fourth homes rounding out one’s real estate portfolio. Here’s a look at some of the top private residences and deluxe penthouses on
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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies during a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on the CARES Act, at the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, DC, U.S., September 28, 2021. Kevin Dietsch | Reuters Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell believes that the omicron variant of Covid-19 and a recent uptick in coronavirus
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Washer/dryer now allowed! Few sentences in a listing description cause so much excitement for Manhattan apartment seekers. But in a land where nearly three-quarters of the residential sales market is in co-operative buildings that typically don’t allow them, this phrase alludes to better times ahead. One simple amenity can create excess value within the market
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer said he doesn’t feel comfortable buying into Monday’s early stock market bounce, following Friday’s omicron-driven plunge, because the selling could resume in the event of future negative news about the highly mutated Covid variant. The Dow Jones Industrial Average — which had been up nearly 400 points, or more than 1%, shortly
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