The US economy is coming to the tail end of the second longest period of unbroken economic expansion in history, with a late boost from Donald Trump’s tax cuts this year that will gradually fade into 2019. — Guardian Web
First, following stock market falls in recent months, valuations are attractive in many sectors and countries, relative to the returns on cash and likely corporate earnings growth. — George Prior
If 2017 was about synchronized global expansion and 2018 was about the divergence of United States growth and policy away from the rest of the world’s, then 2019 will likely be about convergence, as the U.S. slows to a pace more in line with the global expansion. — Krishna Memani
How do you define a successful business? Is it the one that performs well financially, or is it the one that has a positive impact on the society? — Nathan William
There are three main ways to gather new clients and grow your business. To excel, you should put your effort into mastering all three of them. — Don Connelly
Have you ever wondered why so many investors are glued to the financial news channels and websites in a desperate search for information that might help them put their financial house in order? — James E. Wilson
If you’re like me you’ve been head down from September to now. The last three and a half months after the summer break have been a sprint to the end of the year. — Brett Davidson
We have entered that time of year where the financial media goes into overdrive, dispensing more misinformation than usual. The trigger is end-of-year prognostications about next year. — Dan Solin
With the advancement of technology and medicine, we’re now living longer than ever. As you plan out your life, are you considering how long you might actually live? Most people aren’t considering their own longevity. — Jim Black
Business relationships with friends are different from other broker-client relationships. You are concerned with relationships where the friendship came first – the social relationship was governed by a set of rules and is now entering a business relationship phase. — Bryce Sanders
Discipline is one of the most common and important traits shared by successful investors. Thing is, the more trying a particular market environment is, the more difficult it becomes for investors, even some professionals, to exercise proper discipline. — Todd Schriber
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