Easing into retirement: How to create a ‘glide path’ – The Denver Post

The investing information provided on this page is for educational purposes only. NerdWallet does not offer advisory or brokerage services, nor does it recommend or advise investors to buy or sell particular stocks, securities or other investments. In investing terms, a “glide path” describes how a mix of investments changes over time. Typically, the mix gets more conservative — with fewer […]

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Sterling Ranch prepares to roll out 8G internet to residents

It may not be the news those who continue to wait patiently to obtain 1G (Gbps) broadband want to hear, but Lumen Technologies, the parent of CenturyLink, is preparing to roll out 8G service in Sterling Ranch in Douglas County this year and next. “We started to be able to build fiber to each home in 2015, and back then […]

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Party City files bankruptcy after pandemic recovery falters

By Amelia Pollard and Jeremy Hill, Bloomberg Party City Holdco Inc. is seeking bankruptcy protection, a final blow for the retailer that struggled to rebound after sales plummeted during the pandemic. The firm filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the Southern District of Texas on Tuesday, court documents show. It reached a plan with holders of more than 70% of […]

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Ten insurance companies agree to help Marshall fire victims with coverage

Ten insurance companies doing business in Colorado agreed this week to extend coverage another year for Marshall fire victims who need temporary living expenses while they rebuild homes. The agreement provides another year of benefits for 49 homeowners, according to a news release from the Colorado Division of Insurance. Additional living expenses are used to pay rent, utilities and other […]

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Road to Retirement: The formula for success hasn’t changed

As we start 2023, many investors are pondering how to deal with markets as we exit one of the more difficult years in financial market history. What made 2022 so tough was the combined declines in both the stock and bond markets, which is quite rare. There is no doubt we are in unusual times, but the basic formula for […]

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What if stocks were tracked like home prices? The Denver Post

Imagine watching the often volatile stock market more like the relative slow-motion tracking of home prices. Stock price moves are typically digested on a daily – if not minute-to-minute – basis using short-term yardsticks for the ups and downs. As 2022 drew to a close, we could dissect the dismal annual outcome for stocks within seconds of the year’s closing […]

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Sawaya Law Firm changes name, denies assault claims played a role

After 45 years in existence — during which it has grown to be one of the state’s largest personal injury firms — the Sawaya Law Firm changed its name Sunday. The change completes the firm’s move away from the now-retired Michael Sawaya, its well-known founder, at a time when he is being accused in a lawsuit of sexually assaulting and sexually battering […]

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South Korea Dec factory activity weakens on demand slump, trucker strike – PMI

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s factory activity shrank for a sixth consecutive month in December, a business survey showed on Monday, as the global economic downturn and a local truckers’ strike led to the worst slump in demand in 2-1/2 years.FILE PHOTO: A factory is seen in Incheon, South Korea, May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji/File Photo The S&P Global purchasing […]

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Central City: Strip club operator makes deal to open steakhouse, casino

The national company behind gentlemen’s club Rick’s Cabaret plans to open a steakhouse and casino in downtown Central City after closing a $2.4 million cash deal on a building, but city officials say it won’t offer that particular kind of adult entertainment. The community opposed a strip club when the deal was first proposed, Mayor Pro-Tem Judy Laratta said. Mayor […]

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