Writer Shows How a Little Knowledge Can Be Dangerous

Finance Knowledge

Financial writer Tim Denning recently did an article on the national debt and other assorted matters of interest to investors. He shows us how low the bar really is. We originally were attracted to a recent article by Tim Denning, a freelancer who writes for several popular financial media sites, with a title that would […]

Financial Advisors Accused of Widespread Gender Bias

Financial Advisors

It should not surprise anyone that there is gender bias out there in the financial advising world, and the only solution is to seek greater understanding, not escalating demands. Few would argue that the financial world is still guilty of a general bias against women. This has historically been a man’s world, from the beginning […]

California Wealth Tax Sets Up Interesting Showdown

California Wealth Tax

California state legislators have picked up the ball from radical federal Democrats and are getting ready to propose a wealth tax of their own. This will be an interesting experiment. With the real prospect of a federal wealth tax of some degree on the horizon, should the Democrats gain enough power in the upcoming election […]

Robo-Advisors Seeking to Automate Your Retirement

Robo Advisors

Robo-advising has really been growing over the past few years, offering lower-cost investment advice. We do not want to turn our future over to machines. Technology has provided many enhancements to our lives, including the ways that it has dramatically changed the way we invest. We’ve certainly come a long way from the days when […]

Stock Market Holds its Breath as Trump Takes His Turn

Donald Trump

The stock market still may underestimate the threat from Biden, still thinking he’s a moderate, but it might not matter, given the way Biden’s campaign is starting to come apart. It’s no secret to anyone who Wall Street would prefer to win the Presidency. This is not a matter of being partisan politically, as like […]

Voters to Decide Fate of App-Based Drivers in California

App based Taxi drivers

After coming within mere hours of seeing ride sharing companies shut down their operations in California, the appeal against new legislation has now been sent to the people. The idea of having people work as independent contractors is far from a new one, and actually has been around for as long as people have been […]

August, 2020 | MarketReview

Writer Shows How a Little Knowledge Can Be Dangerous

Finance Knowledge

Financial writer Tim Denning recently did an article on the national debt and other assorted matters of interest to investors. He shows us how low the bar really is. We originally were attracted to a recent article by Tim Denning, a freelancer who writes for several popular financial media sites, with a title that would […]

Financial Advisors Accused of Widespread Gender Bias

Financial Advisors

It should not surprise anyone that there is gender bias out there in the financial advising world, and the only solution is to seek greater understanding, not escalating demands. Few would argue that the financial world is still guilty of a general bias against women. This has historically been a man’s world, from the beginning […]

California Wealth Tax Sets Up Interesting Showdown

California Wealth Tax

California state legislators have picked up the ball from radical federal Democrats and are getting ready to propose a wealth tax of their own. This will be an interesting experiment. With the real prospect of a federal wealth tax of some degree on the horizon, should the Democrats gain enough power in the upcoming election […]

Robo-Advisors Seeking to Automate Your Retirement

Robo Advisors

Robo-advising has really been growing over the past few years, offering lower-cost investment advice. We do not want to turn our future over to machines. Technology has provided many enhancements to our lives, including the ways that it has dramatically changed the way we invest. We’ve certainly come a long way from the days when […]

Stock Market Holds its Breath as Trump Takes His Turn

Donald Trump

The stock market still may underestimate the threat from Biden, still thinking he’s a moderate, but it might not matter, given the way Biden’s campaign is starting to come apart. It’s no secret to anyone who Wall Street would prefer to win the Presidency. This is not a matter of being partisan politically, as like […]

Voters to Decide Fate of App-Based Drivers in California

App based Taxi drivers

After coming within mere hours of seeing ride sharing companies shut down their operations in California, the appeal against new legislation has now been sent to the people. The idea of having people work as independent contractors is far from a new one, and actually has been around for as long as people have been […]