The one thing I wish I could shout from the top of a mountain is that investing doesn't have to be hard. When it comes to debt, compound interest can add insult to injury and add to your totals. In investing, compounding occurs when the returns you earn on your investments begin to earn a return themselves.
The chances of a recession are creeping higher as interest rates rise, but falling into one is not guaranteed.
From Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) perspective, the recent partnership with Major League Soccer could be quite beneficial. In this video segment from "The M&A Show" on Motley Fool Live, recorded on June 17, Fool.com contributors Jason Hall and Travis Hoium discuss a key element that may invigorate Apple's ecosystem. Jason Hall: My assumption, based on their willingness to now fork over billions of dollars over multiple years, is Apple's getting whatever it's looking for back from that.