Hi, everyone. It’s mid-week already, and we have a lot to cover today. Read about one person’s account about their journey without Facebook. We see that falling interest rates are sending signals across the stock market. A new study determines that most millennials say buying a home may finally be in reach. Americans profess to not saving for retirement as being their biggest mistake. And though we may worry about what people think of us, it turns out a recent study shows they aren’t really thinking about us at all.
Facebook, like all social media has its ups and downs. Read one person’s story as they navigate a social media world, without Facebook.
Falling interest rates may make mortgages and lots of other loans cheaper, but they don’t necessarily mean good things for the stock market.
A new study by Chase Home Lending found 52% of millennial first-time homebuyers feel financially ready to buy a home. And 70% said they are willing to cut back on extra-curricular activities, like shopping, movie-going and a spa visit, once a month to make it happen.
When it comes to their personal finances, Americans largely wish they could go back in time and do some things a bit differently.
Don’t believe it? Do you still think the people around you are spending a lot of time thinking about everything you do and say? Science disagrees.