September Newsletter discusses By the numbers The Price of college. With classes now underway at most universities, students are starting to dig into their semesters full of credits.
August Newsletter discusses Biggest wedding expenses and ways to save. Here in late summer, we are right in the thick of wedding season. According to weddingwire.com, three of the top five most popular wedding months of the year are on the horizon with August, September, and October accounting for a sizable 42 percent of all weddings in 2017.
July Newsletter discusses By the numbers: Fourth of July. Fourth of July weekend is synonymous with cookouts and delicious spreads and The National Retail Federation predicts that U.S. consumers will spend $6.78 billion on food items in 2019. More than $1 billion is estimated for nationwide spending on fireworks this year according to the American Pyrotechnics Association.
June Newsletter discusses Tips for homeowners to save this summer. With the “polar vortex” now well in the rearview, consumers are gearing up for the summer season to kick off. This is an opportune time for many homeowners to tackle different remodeling projects around the house.
February Newsletter discusses By the Numbers: Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day is notorious for gift giving with nationwide spending projected to reach a record amount in 2019. Here is how consumers will be opening their wallets for the holiday this year. In the Market at a Glance we look back at key events in January which may drive the market for the coming months.
May Newsletter discusses By the Numbers: Inheritances. Ever since the sudden death of music icon Prince last year, estate planning seems to be getting more coverage by the media
than ever before. With this, there seems to have been renewed emphasis on the importance of having a will and dictating
April Newsletter discusses By the Numbers: TAX SEASON. Here are some statistics from previous filing years. In the Market at a Glance we look back at key events in March which may drive the market for the coming months. April in Financial Literacy Month and here is a chance to put your financial knowledge to the test. See how well you do on the Financial Literacy Quiz....
ROI Financial's March Newsletter discusses how Americans are saving for retirement. In the Market at a Glance we look back at key events in February which may drive the market for the coming months. We then take a broad look at the topic of Initial Public Offerings, or IPOs.
ROI's February Newsletter discusses breakthrough or bust: Examining "Dow 20k". For the past few months, the stock market has been hovering around the next big milestone: 20,000. But how monumental of an achievement is "Dow 20k" for the stock market? The (in)significance of milestones. Enduring peaks and valleys. The impact of "Dow 20k".
ROI Financials January Newsletter discusses the recent short-term interest rates for the first time in almost a decade. The world held it's breath and financial markets prepared for anything. Why did nothing happen? Ultimately, the hike did not cause any disruptions to the market because everyone was on the same page.