By some estimates, the US economy has been pretty successful at job creation in the past five years: the Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that an average of just under 200,000 jobs per month have been created since January 2011.
But a deeper look at the data suggests that we might not want them.
And now, without much further ado, here are my 7 predictions for 2017:
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Point is making investing in real estate interesting. Unlike traditional real estate investments they are looking at current homeowners and giving them an opportunity to gain additional income.
Or why pizzas and loans create the same conundrum… Our life as investors (or investment advisor) would be much, much simpler if we had no choice in the kind of assets we buy (but probably no ‘raison d’être’).
Eight years from the start and 4,000 companies strong, (and after a year and a half study into the Fintech revolution) the OCC noticed that the SEC is the de facto in-charge agency of Fintech and now wants to be in a more important position to advocate the direction of the industry.
Lending Club recently announced the launch of a new type of credit: auto loans. This is great news,… except for the individual Peer Lending investor, who remains without access to this investment opportunity. Again. Perhaps this change was inevitable, as technology originally designed to serve the individual investor has evolved to deal with its own success. Peer-to-Peer as an impetus…
Oh, the mighty turkey! If Benjamin Franklin had his way, this proud bird would have been the national mascot for the United States.