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- BusinessCNBC.com•8 hours ago
Strategist Tom Lee is known for perennially serving as one of the biggest bulls on Wall Street, but when asked about the month ahead, he's striking a markedly cautious tone. "August scares us," the co-founder of Fundstrat Global Advisors said Monday on CNBC's "Trading Nation." He pointed to two troubling stats in particular. Lee observes that going back to 2009, the S&P 500 has fallen an average of 6 percent during the month of August — a stat that jibes well with the "sell in May and go away" line of thinking. This adds up to a "pretty scary" outlook for next month, Lee said.
- EntertainmentKiplinger.com•3 hours ago
Aside from the question of whether your spouse is ready for you to be around all day, making the decision to retire requires an enormous amount of preparation. How do you know if you're ready? First: Know Your Expenses Knowing what you spend money on and how much you actually need is critical for retirement planning. If you haven't already, take the time to do an expense analysis. You can use this easy Expense Analysis Worksheet that I created for my clients. Alternatively, you can search the Internet for online tools or software such as Mint or Quicken. By understanding where your money is going, you'll be able to assess how much you need to live comfortably and where you have opportunities