Is the risk of bulls increasing in the stock market?

stock ticker GT The stock market can often be a challenge heading into a week shorter than a holiday. For traders, many worry about holding positions over a long weekend or adding new positions before a partial day of trading like last Friday. Last week’s doji formations in the S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, Dow Jones … Read more

Will clothing prices drop in 2023?

Image source: Getty Images It’s something a lot of people want to know. the main points Inflation has pushed up the cost of living in 2022, and that has extended to clothing. There is reason to believe that consumers will feel good in the new year. As interest rates rise, consumer spending should slow and … Read more

Scottsdale-based Kidstop is gearing up for the Small Business Show on Saturday

SCOTTSDALE, AZ — Kate Tanner can tell you all about the latest gaming trends, though she’s hesitant to say which games are the most popular, specifically. “So this isn’t a ‘cool toy,’ because sometimes this ‘cool toy’ doesn’t get Head Toy Expert approval. That’s the neatest thing about Kidstop,” Tanner said. “You can come here … Read more

How stay-at-home couples can build credit

Couples share a lot, but regardless of your relationship status, your credit score belongs to you and only you. Even if you get 100% financial support from your spouse or partner, establishing and building your credit score is essential. It can benefit both of you as you navigate financial decisions together. But in the event … Read more

Meet the man who rose out of poverty to found the multi-billion dollar Web3 startup

In Delhi, the settlements on the eastern banks of the Yamuna are referred to, often disparagingly, as “Jamna-Paar” (Yamuna-paar). The wealthy, usually settled along its western banks, while Jamna Bar was often seen as a ghetto and its people were looked down upon. Sandeep Nilewal—Co-founder of the multi-billion dollar Web3 company ribbed—It has long been … Read more

How sexism makes the economy worse

Betsy Stevenson, a professor at the University of Michigan and former chief economist for the US Department of Labor, told me that when she hit her mid-40s, she had an “aha moment.” “I was thinking, It’s great that I’ve reached this point in my career where I’m becoming more established. It’s very liberating,” she told … Read more