The Market: Putting Our Money Where Our Coffee Cups Are
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Time and again, you’ve heard financial websites talk about how “if you only gave up that morning coffee, you could build a nest egg for the future.” After all, a mere $250 invested at age 30 could grow to almost $3,700 by age 65.*
Now we’re putting our money where our coffee cups are.
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Back to regular programming …
This week has been colored by the Supreme Court debate over Obamacare, particularly the proposed mandate that everyone should have health care.
Win Free Coffee for 6 Months
Sign up for The Market for a chance to win a gift card for $281, enough for coffee every weekday for six months!
Home prices in 20 major cities fell to their lowest levels since 2002. But as the first quarter of 2012 draws to a close, it’s clear that this has been a great year so far—the S&P 500 is up almost 13%, based on improving economic data and relaxing fears about the European debt crisis.
Here’s what you need to know this week in The Market:
How Your Ego Can Lose You Money
Knowledge is power, right? That’s what we’ve been taught. Recent psych research, however, calls that premise into doubt. Confirmation bias … and how to overcome it.
What’s Behind the Supreme Court Obamacare Debate
There’s a lot of money on the line in the Supreme Court debate over Obama’s health care plan, particularly its “individual mandate.” Here’s what you need to know.
*Assuming an 8% expected rate of return in a Roth IRA.
**A Starbucks grande Pike Place every weekday for six months, based on Chicago pricing. Total value of $281.
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