COVID-19 has an unprecedented and far-reaching effect on the global economy, bringing up lots of uncertainties and potential risks for investment in 2020. The historically low mortgage rates provide possibilities for the potential investment return in the real estate sector
For over a century, electric vehicles have struggled to compete against their formidable counterpart, the gas-powered car. In recent years, the demand for electric vehicles has soared to new highs. Find out why your next car purchase should be electric!
Learn why young adult homeownership rates have dropped over the years and some mortgage alternatives to help you finance your dream house!
Cryptocurrency’s conundrum is that businesses will not want to accept cryptocurrencies as a payment method until its value stabilizes (the price of cryptocurrencies routinely yo-yo by five percent per day). The value can only become more stable once people start using it to actually purchase goods and services. Instead, cryptocurrency prices are currently determined by speculators. In other words, cryptocurrency’s future transactional demand will only really increase once its present transactional demand increases since this is the only thing that will allow its value to be sufficiently stable for businesses to accept.
Tax cuts are generally a very popular policy. As then Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and other proponents of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act argued, who doesn’t want their government to “giv[e] the people their money back”? President Donald Trump went even further, claiming that the “…huge tax cut will be rocket fuel for [the] economy” by creating new investment, raising workers’ wages and bonuses, and increasing growth.