getty While the price of gold rose to new highs during the summer, you probably saw a number of ads recommending investing in gold through an IRA. You’re probably also aware that gold is a “collectible,” and that IRAs aren’t allowed to own collectibles. Both those thoughts are correct. Gold is a collectible, but there
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As trust in federal health agencies has withered over the last few months, a group of Black physicians has been working on an antidote: creating their own expert task force to independently vet regulators’ decisions about Covid-19 drugs and vaccines as well as government recommendations for curbing the pandemic. Organized by the National Medical Association — founded
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer, who has been warning people for weeks to lock-in some stock profits, advised investors to look for places to possibly buy in the carnage of Monday morning’s sharp market selloff. “We’re down on something that nobody really understands,” said Cramer, playing down the worries about another coronavirus lockdown in Europe. He said
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Economic Security Planning, Inc. Today’s column addresses questions about what happens to benefits lost to the earnings test, filing for spousal benefits before full retirement age, available benefits with multiple exes and survivor benefits and the earnings test. Larry Kotlikoff is a Professor of Economics at Boston University and the founder and president of Economic
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Bill Gates CNBC Microsoft co-founder and global health philanthropist Bill Gates criticized the current state of the United States’ response to the Covid-19 pandemic on Sunday, including slow turnaround times for tests. Gates told “Fox News Sunday” that the access to fast testing is still inadequate more than six months into the pandemic and that
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Despite the market’s wild swings, Wall Street bull John Stoltzfus is encouraged by what he’s seeing in the markets  and economy. Stoltzfus is putting money on it: He’s overweight U.S. stocks. “The U.S. is outperforming most of the markets around the world — whether it’s developed markets or emerging markets,” Oppenheimer Asset Management’s chief investment strategist
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Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden reacts while giving a speech during a campaign event at Tougaloo College on March 08, 2020 in Tougaloo, Mississippi. Jonathan Bachman | Getty Images The 2020 presidential election could be a make it or break it moment for Social Security. The reason: Social Security’s funding, already on
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Adam oversees ArborCrowd’s corporate growth strategies including business development, digital technology and sales initiatives. getty 2020 is shaping up to be a year that most people will want to forget. It has been particularly challenging for the nascent real estate crowdfunding industry, which — like many others — has been affected by Covid-19. This resulted in
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