Monday, July 22nd, 2019

News Author: Jon Dell

Stupid Money Decisions: Proactive vs. Reactive

 

Every generation has its events that bond the human race. These days, everyone can relate to another’s financial plights. Still, there are things no one should be doing in “panic mode” when it comes to their finances .

Another Madoff Pleads Guilty

 

Peter Madoff will soon get an up close and personal look into his brother’s new daily routine as he’s sentenced for stealing from invstors.

New CFPB Complaint Database Applauded

 

So far, the CFPB credit card complaint database is being hailed as the first real step towards financial transparency. It’s expected mortgages and student loans are next on the agency’s radar.

New Concerns Over 2013 Recession

 

Is the U.S. headed for a recession in 2013? If so, what must be done to prevent a repeat of recent years?

Former GE Bankers Convicted of Muni Bond Bid Scheme

 

3 former General Electric bankers have been found guilty of defrauding several cities and the IRS in a massive rigging scheme involving bids and municipal bonds.

Former JPMorgan Manager Creates New Hedge Fund

 

William Lee, a former JPMorgan Chase equity derivatives manager, announced he’d begin his own hedge fund before year-end.