March 5th 10pm Newsletter

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Could You Come Up With $2,000 in An Emergency?
By  J. Money - Last updated February 15, 2019
wish this were fake news
Hey hey! So my plan to hit you with that awesome savings account I hinted at on Monday will have to wait some more (couldn’t get my act together – sorry!), but I promise we’ll be back to the saving obsession here shortly, particularly after reading these crazy stats I’m about to share with y’all today.
I always know it’s time to share them when multiple people at once send them to me in hopes of a good gawking session ;) Which is then followed by a good cry when you realize just how bad people are struggling out there, ugh….

Stats That Would Make Our Founding Fathers Cringe
By J. MONEY - Last updated FEBRUARY 19, 2019
Here are a bunch of financial stats I’ve been saving up that would shock our founding fathers right up from out of their graves, haha…
All that freedom they fought for, and what do we do with it all?? Spend it accumulating more junk and getting those shackles right back on us!


Samson: Oil prices are falling and Brent crude contracts at $ 65.37 a barrel

5th March, 2019

Oil prices fell Tuesday, with the goal of reducing China 's economic growth in 2019, which receives fuel demand expectations, but production cuts led OPEC 's efforts still offer some support. 

At 0740 GMT, US WTI crude futures were at $ 56.31 a barrel, down 28 cents, or 0.5 percent, from their previous settlement. 

Brent crude was $ 65.37 a barrel, down 30 cents or 0.5 percent.    LINK