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If you Google “risk aversion,” you’ll likely get a definition that sums up the mindset of many U.S. investors. The Wikipedia version reads, “The reluctance to accept a bargain with an uncertain payoff rather than another bargain with a more … Continue reading

Each year, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 – October 15 to recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States. This year we kicked off the celebrations by participating in the Fiesta Las Vegas … Continue reading

Most parents know that saving for college is a top financial priority for the family. But when do you start scraping that money together? When you find out you’re expecting? Once the baby is here? At age one, five, or … Continue reading

A new type of car battery sparked the judges’ interest, resulting in its two inventors walking away with $15,000 in awards on Monday, Sept. 15, 2014, at the …

Stocks fell as investors weighed mixed reports on global manufacturing, new rules to stop U.S. firms from moving overseas to avoid taxes, and U.S. and allied airstrikes on Islamic militants in Syria. The Dow dropped 116 points, with 29 of … Continue reading

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Prepping for the SAT and ACT The SAT and ACT may be intimidating, but having the right tools at your disposal can help you feel prepared for the challenge. Whether you’ve already started studying or have yet to open a … Continue reading

I was recently serving on a panel and someone asked me, “How do you manage getting through stressful situations?”  I was asked this in the context of running my business and being a leader; however, I think it could apply … Continue reading