Today the financial picture looks considerably better than just a few short years ago. Job growth has improved, the housing market seems to be getting up off its knees, and consumer confidence is climbing. The feds finally felt comfortable increasing interest rates, which is really a milestone after the longest flat-rate period in modern history. So how are today's "it crowd" choosing to invest their money for retirement?
By Hicks Crawford 4 Feb 2016 16:12
SAN FRANCISCO: Google-parent Alphabet snatched Apple's crown late on Monday as the world's most valuable firm based on the value of shares that leapt with better-than-expected earnings.
2 Feb 2016 14:55