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Mon, 27 Jun 2016

Can You Afford To Skip Renters Insurance?

Whether they're in Philadelphia, PA or Houston, TX, the first thing people think about when they rent a new place is getting renters insurance to protect their belongings, right? No, not really. Almost all homeowners have homeowners insurance — 95% of them, according to the Insurance Information Institute. Mortgage lenders require it, after all. But only about 40% of renters buy renters insurance. If you’re a renter, you may be wondering how much is renters insurance — most policies will cost you about $15 a month. But if your laptop is stolen, for example, it’ll cost you much more than $15 to replace it. And there are other considerations that should help you rethink your decision to skip renters insurance. Here are a few.

Mon, 27 Jun 2016

Common Sense Strategies For A Global Meltdown

The 4T?s of a global market slowdown can be useful for investors as they weight their options and consider alternatives

Mon, 27 Jun 2016

Brexit Was Inevitable And Economic Impacts Could Look Like The Suez Failure

The UK recovery had to end exactly like this, exactly like so many of its post-war expansions -- with the currency plummeting. No economy can forever expand with its current account deficit exploding while its currency’s foreign exchange value remains effectively fixed. The internal dynamics of this mix will, every time, hollow out the tradable goods sector of the economy and suppress the price of labor.

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