Market Update | Week Ending 06/16/2018

Stock markets end the week mixed - The Dow dropped about 1% this week, as the S&P held steady, and the NASDAQ rose.  The Trump administration announced $50 billion in tariffs against China yesterday, which caused markets to drop both here and overseas. The Federal Reserve increased their benchmark interest [...]

Best Local Steakhouses in LA

You might think we are just in time for Father’s day with this list of best steakhouses around LA. However, truth is, a list like this comes in handy in every occasion because great food is an excellent way to mark a day or an occasion. This being said, [...]

Upcoming Events | June Part 2

Fri June 15st CENTRAL LA: Arthritis Exercise Workshop for Older Adults – Join in this Friday for a pain relieving exercise starting at 2 pm at the Washington Irving Branch Library. Check out the event here. DTLA: Little Tokyo Branch Library organizes a fast Friday movie screening. The movie [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 06/09/2018

Stocks have best week in three months - Stock markets rose this week with the NASDAQ hitting an all time high. Big winners this week included financial stocks which rallied after the new Acting Director of The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mick Mulvaney, told the 25 members of the Consumer Advisory Board [...]

Client Appreciation Party: RSVP Now

As the time for the second Client Appreciation Party approaches, I'd like to use this opportunity to remind you of all the fun that awaits for everyone. Since we got plenty of great reviews and feedback the last time, we decided to throw another one this year in the Woodley [...]

National Gardening Week in LA: Think Green

National Gardening Week was launched seven years ago and aims to engage people in gardening and to become the biggest celebration of gardening. The National Gardening Week is all about sharing your passion for plants. Whether you are a pro or a professional gardener, it’s time to learn something [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 06/02/2018

Employers add 223,000 new jobs in May - Unemployment rate drops to 3.8% - The Department of Labor Statistics reported that U.S. employers added 223,000 new jobs in May. That exceeded the 190,000 that analysts expected. The unemployment rate dropped to 3.8%, the lowest reading since 2000. The unemployment rate has steady declined from [...]

Millennial Money Habits

Turns out millennials aren't as irresponsible as they're seen by the older generations. The Association of Realtors in California states that 63% of this generation saves money, and up to 59% feel financially secure. Read more about the money habits of millennials here:

Upcoming Events | June Part 1

Fri June 1st DTLA: Little Tokyo Branch Library organizes a fast Friday movie screening. The movie will start at 2 pm and you can see more information here. ENCINO: Skirball Cultural Center - Immerse yourself in the world of the Muppets creator with classic clips, costumes and historic puppets, [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 05/26/2018

The latest financial update is here. Stay in the know of what's going on with the stocks, the unemployment rate and the home sales pace. Stocks higher this week - Stocks soared on Monday after an announcement that The U.S. and China would hold off on imposing any new tariffs. [...]

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