NewsWatch: Biden’s first 100 days poised as best such stretch for S&P 500, Dow since FDR


The S&P 500 index and Dow Jones Industrial Average have been roaring higher as President Joe Biden nears his first 100 days in office, outmatched in the same stretch only in 1933, when Franklin D. Roosevelt held office. See full story.

Insiders selling shares and four more bad signs for the bull market, according to this strategist

Are we seeing a new roaring economic cycle that started in March 2020 or “the spectacular apotheosis of a decade plus-long expansion and overvalued bull market”? See full story.

The word ‘jobs’ appeared more than 40 times in Biden’s first speech to Congress

Joe Biden had a clear message in his first speech to Congress as president: I’ll get you a job. See full story.

With trickle-down economics a failure, Biden sees an opening to invest in the American people

We need to embrace a new approach to the economy that ensures everyday Americans have the resources to build a new era of inclusive economic growth. See full story.

I’m 63 years old, recently divorced with $130,000 in debt. How will I ever retire?

Have a question about your retirement, including where to live? Email [email protected] See full story.


If you think RMD rules are just a minor nuisance that you can safely ignore, think again. See full story.

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