Editor, MoneySense Magazine
Editor of MoneySense Magazine, formerly Financial Post columnist; Author: The Wealthy Boomer & Findependence Day.
marketwatch.com — SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) - I'll give it to you straight. The market rally is in deep trouble. Japan is stumbling. Inflation is looming. Europe is austere and jobless. The Federal Reserve? The summer swoon is stifling. It has about as much of a chance of tapering as a banker on bonus day.
blogs.marketwatch.com — Could the Fed send a signal in its update to its economic forecast tomorrow? Here are four things to watch closely for. 1. When is the unemployment rate expected to hit 6.5%? In its last forecast in mid-March, the Fed didn't see the unemployment rate dipping to 6.5% until around the middle of 2015.
dealbook.nytimes.com — Wall Street's masters of the universe have a new enemy: Adrian Barrie Smith. Mr. Smith, a British recruiter who supplies butlers, maids and other domestic workers to some of the world's wealthiest families, has turned on his former clients.
moneysense.ca — Save money by prepping your own home for potential buyers. This and more in the daily roundup. Current issue: Hoping to sell your home this summer? You don't have to shell out big bucks to prepare your home for potential buyers. Here are five home-staging tips from the pros.
PIMCO ETF Trust(NYSEARCA:BOND), ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Trea (ETF)(NYSEARCA:TBT): Is PIMCO's Bill Gross Wrong Again?etfdailynews.com — Keith Fitz-Gerald: Stuart Varney put the question directly to me last week during his Fox Business show: What do I make of comments from PIMCO's Bill Gross...that he's projecting a 60% chance of a global recession in the next three to five years? Now, Bill Gross is obviously one of the most powerful men in the world.
reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Tobias Schwarz Piles of snow are seen next to parked cars at the yard of a car dealer in Berlin's Weissensee district March 26, 2013. Germany, France and Italy, accounting for about half of the embattled region's sales, suffered declines at or near double-digit percentage levels.
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