The 9 Worst Stocks to Buy Right Now – Yahoo Finance

The coronavirus outbreak is making a number of stocks look like bad bets for new money at current levels. Of even more concern are those big, brand-name stocks Wall Street wasn’t completely sold on even before COVID-19 hit the scene. To get a sense of some of the worst well-known stocks to buy now, we scoured the broader market for stocks with large market values and a collective shrug on the part of analysts. S&P Global Market Intelligence surveys analysts’ stock calls and scores them on a five-point scale, where 1.0 equals a Strong Buy and 5.0 is a Strong Sell.…
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‘Thinking out loud’ with TechCrunch senior editor Alex Wilhelm – Yahoo Tech

Extra Crunch is now past its first birthday. Over the past year, we’ve learned a lot, made some changes and generally found our groove. Toward the end of 2019, former TechCrunch writer Alex Wilhelm returned to the publication to help grow Extra Crunch, though he still writes for the main site as well. His daily columns dig into the financial side of the startup world and have resonated deeply with our audience, so I wanted to talk to him about what he’s doing and why more people might want to read his work. Normally, we’d run a Q&A like this on Extra Crunch, but we’ve removed the paywall so everyone can learn a bit about how we approach our work at TechCrunch so we can better serve our audience of founders, operators, tech fans and investors.…
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Women and Money: What Advisors Need to Understand – ThinkAdvisor

Gunjan Kedia of U.S. Bank. It’s been almost 100 years since women got the right to vote in the U.S., where they now  control 51% of the nation’s private wealth, yet they feel less confident managing money and worry more about retirement and market downturns than men. A study by U.S. Bank of 3,000 women and men across the U.S., split almost equally between the sexes, found that fewer women than men feel financially prepared (23% vs. 34%), consider themselves financially savvy (19% vs. 33%) or feel confident about their ability to manage their finances (47% vs. 61%). Yet fewer women than men worry about making ends meet (16% vs.…
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How Iran Completely and Utterly Botched Its Response to the Coronavirus – The New York Times

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Opinion We were doctors in the Iranian health system for years. This is what happens when you make health policy subservient to politics. By Kamiar Alaei and Arash Alaei Kamiar and Arash Alaei are Iranian health-policy experts and co-presidents of the Institute for International Health and Education in Albany, N.Y. March 6, 2020, 8:14 a.m. ET A municipal worker disinfecting a street sign in Tehran on Thursday.Credit…Abedin Taherkenareh/EPA, via Shutterstock Iran has one of the very best health care systems in the Middle East, a decentralized system with thousands of medical centers across the country that provide primary, secondary and tertiary care with an effective referral system.…
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Why Iran Failed to Contain the Coronavirus – The New York Times

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Opinion Many lives could have been saved, but Tehran made health policy subservient to politics. By Kamiar Alaei and Arash Alaei Kamiar and Arash Alaei are Iranian health-policy experts and co-presidents of the Institute for International Health and Education in Albany, N.Y. March 6, 2020, 5:34 a.m. ET A municipal worker disinfecting a street sign in Tehran on Thursday.Credit…Abedin Taherkenareh/EPA, via Shutterstock Iran has one of the very best health care systems in the Middle East, a decentralized system with thousands of medical centers across the country that provide primary, secondary and tertiary care with an effective referral system.…
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Money Management Advice for Expat Retirees – Kiplinger’s Personal Finance

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Reverence Capital Plans Credit Fund. Ex-Goldman Trader Will Invest the Money. – Barron’s

Text size Reverence Capital will soon begin marketing a new credit fund. Pixabay Jeff Verschleiser, a former senior Goldman Sachs trader, is joining Reverence Capital Partners later this month as the New York private-equity firm, known for its financial services investments, expands into structured credit. The firm will be seeking $500 million to $600 million for a new credit fund, according to people familiar with the matter. Marketing will begin soon, the people said. Reverence does not plan on becoming a middle-market direct lender, but will be an asset-based lender for new credits or purchased assets, the people said, a business that could include making real-estate loans secured by property.…
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Reducing the Spread of Coronavirus in Senior Living Communities and Nursing Homes – Yahoo Finance

Managing visitors and the health risks they pose to residents by using a digital visitor sign-in kiosk at entrances to Senior Living Communities and Nursing Homes ATLANTA, March 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Accushield today announced the release of an updated feature that gives Senior Living and Nursing Home operators the ability to add a Coronavirus Question screen to the Accushield visitor sign-in kiosk(s) at entrances to their communities. This new kiosk screen prompts visitors to answer “Yes” or “No” to a Coronavirus question: Here is an example Coronavirus question that one community added to the visitor sign-in process: Ex: Have you traveled internationally, or have you been exposed to anyone with cold or flu symptoms in the past 30 days? …
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T. Rowe Price Provides Retirement Checklist for Women – Yahoo Finance

BALTIMORE, March 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — T. Rowe Price, a global investment management organization and a leader in financial education, has released a retirement checklist for women, including specific tips for those married or partnered. Recent research from the company highlights the impact women face from lower lifetime earnings as well as the resulting challenges that arise. “Women are starting from behind yet have a longer race to run,” said Judith Ward, CFP®, senior financial planner at T. Rowe Price. “Being intentional with our spending and savings decisions can put us on the path toward financial success, and ultimately a secure retirement.”…
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Prestige. Wealth. Influence. Women Need To Be Motivated By These Critical Factors To Attain Senior Leadership Positions. So, Why Aren’t They? – Yahoo Finance

New Bain & Company research reveals less than half of U.S. women say they feel inspired by the potential prestige, wealth, and influence of senior leadership positions; companies looking to diversify their leadership must address this with women as directly as they do with men NEW YORK, March 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Understanding the critical factors that inspire women is the first step to creating a work environment in which they thrive. Today, only 46 percent of U.S. women say they are inspired by the prestige, wealth, and influence that comes from senior level positions – less than any other source of inspiration. …
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