Why I Prefer Retirement Savings Over College Savings |  Personal finance

Why I Prefer Retirement Savings Over College Savings | Personal finance

(Maurie Backman) As someone who graduated from college with a modest pile of debt (and that’s after staying in public school and working throughout college to pay a lot of my expenses along the way), when I had kids I told myself early on that I would do my best to fund their college education…

Where to invest $10,000 in a bear market |  Smart Change: Personal Finance

Where to invest $10,000 in a bear market | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Stefon Walters) Bear markets are interesting. On the one hand, no one likes to see their portfolio fall in value; on the other hand, bear markets can offer many opportunities for investors – especially if time is on your side. Instead of avoiding investing during these times, this could be a chance to find great…

Where to invest $10,000 in a bear market |  Smart Change: Personal Finance

Where to invest $10,000 in a bear market | Smart Change: Personal Finance

(Stefon Walters) Bear markets are interesting. On the one hand, nobody likes to see their portfolio fall in value; on the other hand, bear markets can offer many opportunities for investors – especially if time is on your side. Instead of avoiding investing during these times, this could be a chance to find great stocks…

When is it good to be selfish with your money?  |  Personal finance

When is it good to be selfish with your money? | Personal finance

Lauren Schwahn Amid rising inflation, interest rates, and fears of a recession, money is getting tighter for many people—and probably you, too. Still, there may be charities you want to support, friends or family asking for financial help, and things you want to buy for yourself. It is possible to do these things even to…

Shares of International Personal Finance (LON:IPF) breached the 200-day moving average of $98.21

Shares of International Personal Finance (LON:IPF) breached the 200-day moving average of $98.21

International Personal Finance plc (LON: IPF – Get a rating) shares broke above their 200-day moving average during trading on Wednesday. The stock has a 200-day moving average of GBX 98.21 ($1.20) and has traded as high as GBX 109 ($1.34). Shares of International Personal Finance last traded at GBX 105 ($1.29) with a volume…