What Would You Do If You Were Suddenly Debt-Free? Millions of Student Borrowers Will Find Out
As student borrowers get set to apply for federal loan forgiveness, some of them are also considering for the first time homeownership and other major milestones as they embark on new lives without the specter of debt hanging over them.
US Retirement Legislation And Regulation Bulletin: Third Quarter 2022
On August 16th, President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law, ending months of uncertainty over whether congressional Democrats would ever reach agreement on a compromise budget reconciliation bill.
The Big Short Squeeze Is Coming
The latest rate hike announcement by the Fed sent stocks tumbling to the year’s lows. While last week’s market action was brutal, the good news is the markets are set up for a rather significant short squeeze higher.
The Importance of Quality Following Interest Rate Hikes
Generally speaking, when rates rise, so does the importance of investing in high-quality companies with strong operating metrics that can weather the higher cost of capital.