You may be handing over $155,000 in 401(k) fees

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When you stepped foot in your first job out of college, you may have heeded the conventional wisdom and opened a 401(k) account. But you may not have been aware that these retirement accounts don’t come for free. In fact, about 70% of 401(k) holders in the U.S. falsely assume that their 401(k) plan is free, according to an AARP survey. Recognizing this gap, former president of Waze Uri Levine, Yoav Zurel and David Weisz decided to create FeeX to ...

How a new Apple TV could dominate your living room

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The next Apple TV will rule your living room in ways that go far beyond the over-the-top streaming TV service everyone’s hyped about. This bit of kit will offer a flood of apps and games, and it will control your entire smart home (if and when that stuff ever catches on). Here’s everything we think you can expect when Apple unleashes its true household hub. The first hint that Cupertino finally is getting serious about supercharging Apple TV came at ...

Solid Advice To Help You Chart Your Way Through The Forex Waters

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TIP! The forex markets are especially sensitive to the state of the world economy. Before you begin trading with forex, make sure you understand such things as trade imbalances, current account deficits and interest rates, as well as monetary and fiscal policy. Supplemental income can help make ends meet in tough economic times. Relief from economic stress is a common need for many in this day and age. If you are one of them and are considering dabbling in foreign exchange, you should read on for some vital tips. TIP! If you keep changing your stop losses, hoping that the market will rebound, chances are you'll just lose even more money. Success depends on following your strategic plan consistently. Don't make emotional trades if you want to be successful at Forex. Your risk level goes down and you won't be making any ...

Forex Sentiment & Volume Analysis – EURUSD

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DailyFX.com - Talking Points: EURUSD has retraced significantly off its lows Price reversal has been accompanied by an increase in volume EURUSD SSI is at -2, traditionally bullish signal If you’ve followed currencies at all over the last few months, you know how strong the US Dollar has been; especially when put up against comparably weak currencies like the Euro. Retail traders have even gotten in on the action by becoming disproportionally short the EURUSD. But even though the long term trend is pointing down, seeing retail sentiment selling at a 2:1 ratio gives me pause. Today we will look at the Euro/Us Dollar using retail sentiment and retail volume and see if there might be a potential buying opportunity. Retail Sentiment is acquired using DailyFX Plus’ Speculative Sentiment Index. It is free for real FXCM account holders, but is also free for anyone using ...

Forex – EUR/USD trims losses but remains under pressure

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Investing.com - Investing.com - The euro trimmed losses against the U.S. dollar on Friday, after disappointing U.S. fourth quarter growth data dampened demand for the greenback, although concerns over Greece's debt woes continued to weigh. EUR/USD eased off 1.0801, the pair's lowest since March 23, to hit 1.0864 during U.S. morning trade, still down 0.18%. The pair was likely to find support at 1.0765, the low of March 23 and resistance at 1.1052, Thursday's high. The dollar came under pressure after the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis said that fourth quarter gross domestic product rose 2.2%, in line with a preliminary estimate but below expectations for a growth rate of 2.4%. Separately, the University of Michigan said that its consumer sentiment index rose to 93.0 this month from a reading of 91.2 in February, beating expectations for a rise to 92.0. The University of Michigan ...

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