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January 24, 2018
- Shutdown Extends Into Third Day as Senate Fails to End Impasse
- For Investors Used to Histrionics, Shutdown Is One More Sideshow
- Dollar rebounded on short covering despite market concerns of US government shutdown
- Effect on commodities markets due to US government shutdown
- Good News: More Than 75% of Americans Are Saving in Some Capacity
- Are You Financially Ready to Retire?
- 3 Signs You’re Better Off Delaying Retirement
- Working after retirement age may not work out
- Here’s How Much the Average American Collects in Social Security at Age 62, 66, and 70
- Take The Monthly Pension Payments Or A Lump Sum Distribution?
- Changes on the horizon for the largest funds
- Will An Equity Raise Cure GE’s $31 Billion Pension Shortfall?
- New session will bring new efforts at Illinois pension reform
- New Mexico considers pension forfeiture in corruption cases
- Will Rising Rates Bail Out Social Security’s Trust Fund?
- May promises to stop pensions being put at risk
- Teething troubles in tapping into Japan pensions from abroad
- Health care signups thwarted by computer maintenance
- Deportation fears have legal immigrants avoiding health care
- Single-Payer Health Care Isn’t Worth Waiting For
- Tax reform will add $1.7 billion to UnitedHealth Group’s profits
- A decade old now, mobile apps are disrupting financial, retail, entertainment industries
- Tech giants could easily be next money managers
- Global stocks, dollar sag after US government shutdown
- Oil prices rise on decline in US drilling, Syria conflict
- Tax reform leaves small-caps trailing in the performance stakes
- Making America’s asset managers great again
- Cryptocurrency Markets Aren’t All the Same
- Cryptocurrency Exchange-Traded Funds? Not Yet, Says SEC
- ‘Anemic’ State Funding GrowthUK growth upgrade could ‘dwarf’ Brexit hit
- Next generation taking root with money managers
- Stock-focused hedge funds post biggest gains among top performers
- Hedge funds regaining favour with instos, says survey
- Private-Equity Firms Surge into Fintech
- For private-equity firm founders, letting go is hard to do
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jeffrey H. Snyder currently serves as a President/CEO and Defined Contribution Practice Leader for The Morning Pulse, Inc. He is an industry board member of the National Association of Government Defined Contribution Administrators, a Public Policy Committee member of the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association and an advisory board member for the Defined Contribution Real Estate Council and Defined Contribution Alternatives Association.
Considered an “industry insider”, thought-leader and an independent voice, he has appeared in both television and print discussing the issues related to retirement and the capital markets. He also is the creator, producer and host of the interview show Roads to Retirement developed in partnership with Oct28 Productions.
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