Tariffs and continued saber-rattling over US-China trade have been the major factor giving the stock market jitters the past couple of weeks. Earlier this month, President Trump upped the ante, responding to what he characterized as Chinese bad faith by announcing a 25% tariff on most goods imported from China.
There is evidence that more people are suffering from inflammatory health complaints than in the past. For example, Google searches related to “inflammation” are up around 300% over the last fifteen years. Additionally, some of the conditions that may be related to certain types of inflammatory disease seem to be on the rise.
Previously, we have featured on the Bernhardt Wealth Management blog information about cryptocurrency—digital “money” like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and many others—including some basic background information and a few thoughts on what place, if any, Bitcoin and other cryptocur
The Life and Legacy of Irene Bernhardt
January 6, 1936 - August 28, 2006
At an April 18 conference on retirement security hosted by the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C., Nobel laureate economist Richard Thaler put forward an idea for utilizing the Social Security system to help insure that retirees don’t outlive their income.
If you’ve amassed sizable wealth, or are on the right path and getting there, it may be time to consider how to pass on some of that money to children and grandchildren—without creating big problems that could harm their futures and destroy family harmony.