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Are We Moving to a Cashless Society?

In the days before cash, people bartered goods and services. Then we established various forms of “cash” payments, from paper bills and coins to checks, credit and debit card payments. It seems that the more we progress, the less we use physical cash. Just because we’re not breaking out a wad of bills doesn’t mean…

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Innovation Around the World

Digital music service Spotify and the popular electronic games Minecraft and Candy Crush Saga all originated in Sweden. The country is home to some of the world’s largest technology companies and is second only to Silicon Valley for tech giants. Sweden provides free health care, free higher education and outstanding infrastructure with the third-fastest internet…

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Exclusive vs. Inclusive Investing

There are many different approaches to investing in the stock market, but most fall under two categories: exclusive and inclusive. Exclusive means conducting thorough research on prospective companies and investing in a portfolio of select, thoroughly vetted securities. One of the advantages of this approach is that if an investor’s research pans out, he could…

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Walk It Off

It seems the older we grow, the more sedate some of us become – particularly during retirement. It takes an effort to put regular, daily exercise into our routine, but the rewards are worth it. In fact, scientists report that chronic sitting can increase the risk of early death. New research reveals that walking as…

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The Case for a Rising Equity Glide Path During Retirement

Financial advisors often recommended that retiring investors transition growth assets to more conservative options. This is due to a concept called “sequence of returns.” If the financial markets decline at the beginning of retirement, an investment portfolio could be reduced to the point in which retirement income is greatly affected. To help avoid this negative…

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Shopping Trends

At this time of year, many of us are shopping the post-holiday sales. But no matter what time of year it is, the way we buy things has changed dramatically over the last decade. Sure, there are those who still enjoy the rush of finding a great in-store deal, joining the throngs of shoppers during…

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Investors in an Aging Bull Market

Many investors who have participated in the eight-year bull market have done well. But those approaching retirement may wonder if it’s time to transition assets to more conservative holdings. Here are factors to consider before making a decision about changing your portfolio: The U.S. economy and markets are still in good shape. U.S. stock valuations…

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Improving Chronic Health of the Elderly

According to one researcher, people age 60 years and older tend to have a lower quality of life — which is ironic, considering we work hard so we can achieve financial independence by that time in our lives. Recent developments in regenerative medicine are designed to help older people live a higher quality of life with less…

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The Untapped Potential of Senior Innovations

Aging can be big business for companies that find ways to tap into it. People in the U.S. age 50 and up collectively spend as much as $7.1 trillion a year, and that amount is expected to double by 2020 as more people age. However, there’s still a need for innovations that would help millions…

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