As expected, the debt ceiling negotiators have worked out a deal to avoid "catastrophe". The stock market never really thought the debt ceiling wouldn't be raised/temporarily cancelled. The bond market has been showing a bit of a concern over short-term liquidity as well as putting in place plans to
Throughout Part 3 of "Every Good Endeavor," we've been seeing how the gospel changes different aspect of our life that ultimately have an impact in our work. For the next several weeks, we're going to be focusing on our motivation for our work and rest from our work.
Throughout this entire series, we start with where our heart (or attitude) should be on the specific topic. Last month we looked at what our attitude towards saving should be. Take a look at it here if you missed it. Now that we have our attitude right, let's talk about
I don't know about you, but I'm already tired of hearing about the debt ceiling. The media is sensationalizing it. Both sides of the political aisle are blaming the other side and acting like they had nothing to do with it. Worry is picking up among individual investors. Meanwhile the
I hate talking politics, but we've been fielding a lot of questions about the debt ceiling and the chances of default. I've actually been avoiding writing about this because every time I think about it, my blood pressure skyrockets. The fact that we are back here AGAIN is a failure