Too bad it’s been taken because “Whiplash” would be an excellent title for a film about the market over the last couple of weeks. Click here to read more
Microsoft and UPS have good quarters, while Amazon’s was extremely poor. More news for the affluent investor. Click here to read more
Which Halloween costume did Buzzfeed call, "the worst thing you can dress as for Halloween this year?" Click here to read more
California Institute of Technology gets the nod as smartest college in the United States. Click here to read more
O.K., we get it. The New York Yankees are popular everywhere. Click here to read more
It’s not easy being green, but Massachusetts makes it seem so. Click here to read more
The retirement readiness of American workers improved in 2013, but for many remains a challenge. Click here to read more
Who are the wealthiest households in the U.S.? The largest percentages are made up of Entrepreneurs and Business Owners. A slightly smaller percentage (just less than a third) is Professionals, including Accountants, Physicians, Attorneys, and Dentists. Senior Corporate Executives and Senior Managers represent another large group at corporations. Professional Athletes and Entertainers represent only 3 percent. About 30 percent of the wealthiest households attribute some of their wealth to Inheritance. The largest percentage believes they achieved their wealth due to Hard Work.
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