Mar 31, 2021
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BREAKING NEWS BRIEF
The Pfizer vaccine is not only safe, it is also 100% effective in preventing the virus for teenagers between 12 and 15 years of age. The news means that the company will seek emergency use authorization for this age group “in the coming weeks,” with the goal of vaccinating this population “before the start of the next school year.”
The drug has already been approved for emergency use in Americans who are 16 or older.
“We share the urgency to expand the authorization of our vaccine to use in younger populations and are encouraged by the clinical trial data from adolescents between the ages of 12 and 15,” the CEO of Pfizer said.
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THESE STOCKS COULD SEE A MASSIVE SURGE THIS YEAR
If you have money in the stock market, you need to get your hands on the contents inside this envelope …
It contains a confidential list of the only basket of stocks you might ever need to own.
You see, of the roughly 3,700 publicly-traded companies on the stock exchanges … nearly all of them are “sucker stocks.”
Only about 70 are worth your time and attention.
Only about half of those — just the 35 safe stocks inside this envelope — are worth putting in your portfolio now.
While the U.S. dollar held an overnight advance, gold fell to the lowest it has been in nine months. Oil prices remained steady.
Going into today’s trading session, The International Monetary Fund will upgrade its forecast for global economic growth, driven by improved outlooks for the U.S. and China while warning of higher uncertainty and new virus strains that threaten to hold back the rebound.
Futures on the Dow Jones are trading 50 points higher, with the index having fallen 0.3% yesterday at close out.
Yield on 10-year treasuries kept at 1.72% after climbing as high as 1.77%.
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IT TAKES A VILLAGE
All parents have had so much to learn over the last year – about time management, health, and safety, homeschooling, pod-schooling, staycations, you name it. Truthfully, we’re all still learning every day.
We still make a ton of mistakes and often feel like we’re failing. But guess what? We’re not! We parents are not the failures; it’s the system that has failed us.
How can any human be expected to be a full-time worker, full-time teacher, full-time parent/chef/house cleaner/baby-butt-wiper — all without leaving our homes or losing our jobs, or giving up and letting our kids watch TV all day?
The good thing about all parents struggling at the same time is that we’re all developing our own personal pandemic parenting hacks and tips that get us through the day. Here are ten hacks that other moms have discovered and are sharing.
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An Italian mob leader who has been wanted since 2014 was arrested this week after being found in the Caribbean.
Authorities were tipped off to Marc Feren Claude Biart’s location after someone recognized him in cooking videos on YouTube. His distinct and unique tattoos are what gave him away, as it helped authorities recognize him immediately. In his attempt to evade authorities, he moved to the Dominican Republic about five years ago and tried to keep a low profile. That is until he started a YouTube Italian cooking channel with his wife.
As it turns out, Biart is still a member of the infamous ‘Ndrangheta – an organized crime unit that is known for its power and brutality. The Italian mob is the only mafia known to have members present on every continent in the world.
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Whether you’re just starting out or you’re a personal finance pro, there are some lessons (especially those to do with money) that you don’t want to learn by making a mistake.
Some things may seem like common sense at first glance or in hindsight. But life can be so busy, and little things can fall through the cracks—until suddenly, they’re not so little anymore.
This writer’s number one tip? Always have a backup emergency fund. When you’re living paycheck to paycheck, this isn’t always possible. However, by using zero-based budgeting (where you account for every dollar you spend), you may be able to build up an emergency fund over time.
Trust me, when your dog gets into something he wasn’t supposed to, you’ll want that money. What other tips do you need to know?
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