When celebrating the Fourth of July, these are the best cities to be: WalletHub

Hottest travel deals for your next vacation Expedia travel expert Courtney Scott offers tips for finding great deals on vacation getaways. Trouble finding where you should spend your Fourth of July holiday? Continue Reading Below WalletHub analyzed 100 of the most populated cities in the U.S. and determined its findings based on affordability, activities on the holiday, celebrations, safety and […]

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When Did You Own Facebook?

This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com. For the Month Ending April 30, 2019 The Morningstar® Wide Moat Focus IndexSM (“U.S. Moat Index”) finished the month of April ahead of the broad U.S. equity markets as represented by the S&P 500 Index (4.65% vs. 4.05%, respectively). This followed a disappointing March in which the U.S. Moat Index lagged the S&P 500 Index by […]

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When are Payless stores closing? It depends but some are staying open longer

Some Payless ShoeSource stores are sticking around a little longer than expected. While the Topeka, Kansas-based discount shoe retailer originally said in February that all of its approximately 2,300-plus U.S. and Canada stores would be shuttered by the end of May, some locations will be open in June. “Our liquidation sales will continue to run through the end of June […]

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3 things to watch when Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway reports earnings

 (Photo: The Motley Fool) Berkshire Hathaway is set to report its first-quarter earnings, and in typical Warren Buffett style, the report will be released on Saturday. Buffett does this to give investors and analysts time to digest the numbers while the market is closed, and this quarter’s earnings report coincides with the company’s widely followed annual meeting. The company’s first-quarter […]

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Just when you got used to core inflation, Powell talks up another measure — ‘trimmed mean’

By now most people have got used to the fact that the Federal Reserve likes to exclude food and energy when it looks at inflation. And it’s for good reason. The Fed understands that people eat and that drivers fill up their gas tanks, but those prices are particularly volatile — and not great at predicting future inflation. OK, but […]

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