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  • Don't cash this check

    When it comes to the latest financial scams making the rounds, you have to give the con artists credit – their newest one certainly does not lack for boldness.

  • Stocks rally after Fed stands pat

    Stocks rallied again last week after the Federal Reserve (Fed), our nation’s central bank, voted not to raise interest rates this month. While few expected the Fed to act last week, official statements suggest the path to higher interest rates now looks clearer.

Simply Money Advisors

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  • Not a Wells Fargo customer? The scandal's still relevant to you

    If you’ve been watching the news, you know Wells Fargo has recently agreed to pay a $185 million fine plus return $5 million in fees wrongly charged to customers. The basis of the settlement stems from the bank’s employees allegedly opening more than two million bank and credit card accounts without the customers’ permission.

  • After summer slumber, volatility is back

    Unpredictability in the stock market picked up last week due to lower oil prices and opinions about the timing of the next rate hike by the Federal Reserve (Fed), our nation’s central bank. This summer has been historically calm for markets, leading markets to trade without big gains or losses.[i]

Simply Money Advisors

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  • Don't forget this part of your financial plan

    Back in 1687, Isaac Newton published his famous laws of motion in a book called Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. The third of these laws says that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.   According to new research on college savings, this law might have more direct relevance to the world of personal finance than previously believed. How so?   We’ve been hearing wi...

  • Stocks drop on interest rates worries

    After trading flat for most of last week, stocks sank on Friday due to concerns of a future interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve (Fed), our nation’s central bank. Surprise comments by a Fed member increased speculation that a rate hike may come this month. [i] When markets are quiet, even rumors can be enough to spark a selloff.

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