Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Register for our daily updates!

Today's Intelligence

September 17, 2014


September 17, 2014


Did you know that people with $25 Million or more are the least likely to consider retirement?    More than 18 percent of those with $25 Million Plus indicate they never plan to retire.  Another interesting fact....more than 70 percent of them work or did work more than 40 hours per week during their careers.  A large percentage, 40 percent, worked more than 50 hours per week.



September 17, 2014


Consumer Prices Decline 0.2 Percent in August

U.S. consumer prices declined for the first time since April 2013 in August, the Labor Department announced Wednesday. Click here to read more

September 17, 2014


One thing that distinguishes the $25 Million Plus investor (other than the $25 Million Plus, of course) may be their work ethic. Click here to read more 

September 17, 2014


Spectrem’s $25 Million Plus Investor report details the attitudes and concerns of the wealthiest segment of Americans. Click here to read more

September 17, 2014


Travelers can visit museums to see collections of salt and pepper shakers, human hair, and Pez dispensers. Click here to read more  

September 17, 2014


Favorite Scottish films offer much more than just beautiful scenery and the lilt of that beguiling accent about which John Oliver recently joked, “You think you can do but you can’t.” Click here to read more

September 16, 2014


The Superman comic book that recently sold for $3.2 million is just one of several pieces of iconic pop culture memorabilia to break the $1 million barrier at auction. Click here to read more

25 Million Plus Investors Least Likely to Consider Retirement - Millionaire Corner Fact of the Day



Sears Loan From CEO, Space Taxis, Consumer Prices - Today's Investor News



Investing in your Health with CrossFit - Millionaire Corner Sports and Recreation



Heather's Couture Corner - Countdown to the Saks Fifth Avenue Sale



Ask an Advisor


Are options an appropriate investment for the average investor? 

Click here to see the answer!

Do you have a question?
Click here to submit.