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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAdvertisers using Google to boost consumer demand, says Wealth Enhancement Group's Ayako YoshiokaWealth Enhancement's Ayako Yoshioka and Big Tech's Alex Kantrowitz join 'Closing Bell' to discuss the what they are expecting from Alphabet's second quarter earnings report as the tech company is set to report after the bell.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNetflix expected to 'crush it' this earnings season, says Big Tech's Alex KantrowitzOdyssey’s Jason Snipe, Big Tech’s Alex Kantrowitz and Virtus' Joe Terranova join 'Closing Bell' to discuss Netflix ahead of the company's earnings report.
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What is a Master Promissory Note (MPN)? A Master Promissory Note, or MPN, is a legal document that outlines the terms and conditions of your federal student loans. Note: You'll only have to fill out one Master Promissory Note for all the federal student loans you take out while you're in school, provided your enrollment is continuous. Why the MPN mattersIt's important for student loan borrowers to sign and understand an MPN for the following reasons:It's Not Optional: Required to receive federal student loans. Defaulting on a federal loan will cause you to lose eligibility to receive federal student aid.
Persons: Mark Kantrowitz, You'll, Stacey MacPhetres, Andrew Pentis Organizations: Parent PLUS, Department of Education, Bright, Borrower's, Loan, Federal, Aid Locations: Chevron
For now, top-yielding online savings accounts and one-year CDs are paying more than 5% — well above the rate of inflation. "Money market brokerage accounts usually pay higher rates than money market or savings accounts at banks," he said in an emailed statement. "Timing your purchase to coincide with lower rates can save money over the life of the loan," Tayne said. However, lower mortgage rates could also boost home-buying demand, which would push prices higher, McBride said. "If lower mortgage rates lead to a surge in prices, that's going to offset the affordability benefit for would-be buyers."
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However, with a sticker price of nearly $80,000 per year, including tuition, fees, and room and board, Montiel-García, like many college hopefuls, needed financial aid to bring the cost down. Because of problems with the new form, financial aid award letters were delayed and some high school seniors, like Montiel-García, had trouble applying for any aid at all. In previous years, financial aid award letters were sent out at about the same time as admission letters, meaning students had several weeks to compare offers ahead of National College Decision Day, the deadline for most admitted students to decide on a college. Because of the extensive delays this year, some students won't get their final financial aid award letter until the end of August, the U.S. Department of Education said in a recent update. The high school graduate from Riverdale Park, Maryland, secured enough additional funding from the Maryland College Aid Processing System to afford his top choice school: Towson University.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailPeople aren't worried about inflation anymore, says Piper Sandler's Michael KantrowitzMichael Kantrowitz, chief investment strategist at Piper Sandler, joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss markets, economic reports, and the Fed's next moves.
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Read previewA former safety employee at OpenAI said the company is following in the footsteps of White Star Line, the company that built the Titanic. Was the path that OpenAI was on more like the Apollo program or more like the Titanic?" Apollo vs TitanicAs Saunders spent more time at OpenAI, he felt leaders were making decisions more akin to "building the Titanic, prioritizing getting out newer, shinier products." OpenAI did not immediately respond to a request for comment sent outside regular business hours by Business Insider. Meanwhile, OpenAI cofounder and former chief scientist Ilya Sutskever, who led the firm's superalignment division, resigned later that month.
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Many young conservatives also support student loan cancellation, with 49% of Gen Z and millennial Republicans surveyed saying some or all outstanding education debt should be erased. As president, Trump called for the elimination of the U.S. Department of Education's existing loan relief programs, including the popular Public Service Loan Forgiveness initiative. He also wanted to slash the department's budget, and his administration halted a regulation aimed at providing loan forgiveness to those defrauded by their schools. He has repeatedly attacked Biden's loan relief policies, and he said in a campaign video in late 2023 that he wants to close the Education Department altogether. For critics of broad student loan forgiveness, Biden's new plan looks a lot like his first.
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However, Republican-backed states, including Arkansas, Florida and Missouri, filed lawsuits against the SAVE plan earlier this year, putting that relief in jeopardy. watch nowBorrowers likely won't learn more until after the presidential election in November, said Scott Buchanan, executive director of the Student Loan Servicing Alliance, a trade group for federal student loan servicers. Chevron ruling may limit Education DepartmentMeanwhile, a recent Supreme Court ruling is expected to make it harder for the Education Department to deliver relief to student loan borrowers. Valerie Plesch | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesThat could make Biden's do-over effort at sweeping student loan forgiveness more difficult, Kantrowitz explained. With Biden's future at risk, so is student loan aidBiden has forgiven more student debt than any other president, Kantrowitz said.
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Read previewDonald Trump has long regarded the student loan forgiveness measures rolled out under the Biden administration as a stunt to garner "publicity for the election." At a campaign event in late June, Trump called Biden-era student debt relief measures "vile," suggesting that student loan borrowers shouldn't count on forgiveness under a second Trump administration. A recent Supreme Court ruling striking down the Chevron doctrine has already weakened the Education Department. Biden-era student loan forgiveness measures, as well as his new income-driven SAVE repayment plan, are making their way through court challenges led by conservative groups, which are not likely to be resolved before 2025. Advertisement"Overall, I think a Biden administration is going to be more favorable for college affordability than a Trump administration," Kantrowitz said.
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President Joe Biden rolled out the SAVE plan in the summer of 2023, describing it as "the most affordable student loan plan ever." Under IDR plans, borrowers' monthly payments are set based on a share of their discretionary income. Republican-backed states, including Florida, Arkansas and Missouri, filed lawsuits against the SAVE plan earlier this year. In response, two federal judges in Kansas and Missouri temporarily halted significant parts of the SAVE plan on June 24. The case has not been decided yet, but at least for now the Education Department can proceed with reducing borrowers' bills.
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"In contrast, current valuation extremes imply potential downside risk for the S&P 500 on the order of 50-70% over the completion of this cycle." JPMorgan's Marko Kolanovic expects the S&P 500 to fall to 4,200, while more extreme forecasts include Jeremy Grantham's estimate in the low 3,000s. And as the stock market ground mostly higher, he persisted with his doomsday calls. He predicted in April 2007 that the S&P 500 could lose 40%, then it lost 55% in the subsequent collapse from 2007 to 2009. The S&P 500, by comparison, is up about 26% over the past year.
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Investors should look for companies in the third quarter that are on solid ground, both in their fundamental business and their stock price, according to Piper Sandler. The firm's yardsticks for quality fundamentals include free cash flow yield and positive earnings revisions. Piper Sandler's macro select model includes some of the big tech companies that have outperformed in recent years, in part due to their combination of solid balance sheets and strong growth. Two other stocks on the list with momentum are Chipotle Mexican Grill and Wingstop , up roughly 37% and 66%, respectively, in 2024. The company said in its first-quarter report that cash was up and debt was down compared with the same period a year ago.
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Two federal judges in Kansas and Missouri have temporarily halted significant parts of President Joe Biden's new student loan repayment plan, putting debt relief for millions of Americans in jeopardy. The Monday evening rulings stop the U.S. Department of Education from implementing major provisions of the Saving on a Valuable Education, or SAVE, plan. Until the cases are decided, the Biden administration is prevented from forgiving any more debt under the new income-driven repayment plan and from further reducing borrowers' payments in July, as it planned to. More than 8 million borrowers have enrolled in the SAVE plan since it launched in August. "The Department of Justice will continue to vigorously defend the SAVE Plan," he added.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBest-performing Q2 sector: Nvidia and AI-related stocks drive tech higherAlex Kantrowitz, Founder of Big Technology, discusses tech as the best performing sector in Q2 and whether the trend can continue next quarter.
Persons: Alex Kantrowitz Organizations: Nvidia, Big Technology
The U.S. Department of Education may extend the eligibility of a popular student loan forgiveness program to early childhood educators. The agency on Thursday announced that it was issuing a request for information on potentially broadening the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program to include workers in early childhood education settings, many of whom report low wages. "Early childhood educators help young children learn, grow, and thrive," said U.S. "If these educators can access Public Service Loan Forgiveness, we can help our youngest children, their families, and their communities." Including early childhood educators would likely expand the reach of the program to at least some for-profit employers.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailEconomy is enjoying benefits of disinflation without risk of imminent recession: Michael KantrowitzMichael Kantrowitz, Piper Sandler chief investment strategist, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the latest market trends, state of the economy, why he believes we're in a 'softilocks' scenario right now, and more.
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Investors should focus on high-quality stocks, says Piper Sandler's Michael Kantrowitz. High-quality stocks have high profit margins, earnings growth + momentum, and stable balance sheets. High-quality healthcare stocks in the S&P 500 beat the overall index by 22% over the last year. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementPiper Sandler's Chief Investment Strategist Michael Kantrowitz says investors should be focusing on high-quality stocks.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailKey takeaways from Apple's WWDCWealth Enhancement's Ayako Yoshioka, CIC Wealth's Malcolm Ethridge, and Big Tech's Alex Kantrowitz join 'Closing Bell' to discuss their takeaways from Apple's WWDC event.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch CNBC’s full interview with Wealth Enhancement's Ayako Yoshioka, CIC Wealth's Malcolm Ethridge and Big Tech's Alex KantrowitzWealth Enhancement's Ayako Yoshioka, CIC Wealth's Malcolm Ethridge, and Big Tech's Alex Kantrowitz join 'Closing Bell' to discuss their takeaways from Apple's WWDC event.
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Andresr | E+ | Getty ImagesCollege graduates who recently received their diplomas may be dreading the next milestone: the start of their federal student loan payments. Roughly 60%, or 1.2 million of those students, will also have student debt, he said. Here's what new college graduates should know about the loan bills. Its income-driven repayment, or IDR, plans, for example, cap your monthly payment at a share of your discretionary income. "This will pay off the debt quicker and reduce the total interest paid over the life of the loan."
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBig Tech's Alex Kantrowitz on the latest chip unveiling and Apple's WWDCAlex Kantrowitz, Big Technology founder, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss the latest generation of chips unveiled by the big semiconductor companies.
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(For example, federal student loan borrowers can pause their payments if they become unemployed, return to school or get cancer.) But advocates have fresh warnings now as the Biden administration reforms the federal student loan system. Millions more federal student loan borrowers could receive debt forgiveness in the coming months if Biden's revised relief package survives legal challenges this time. PSLF allows certain not-for-profit and government employees to have their federal student loans cleared after 10 years of on-time payments. (The rates on federal student loans for the 2024-2025 academic year will range from roughly 6.5% to 9%.)
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch CNBC’s full interview with Ritholtz’s Josh Brown, Big Tech’s Alex Kantrowitz and NewEdge’s Cameron DawsonRitholtz’s Josh Brown, Big Tech’s Alex Kantrowitz and NewEdge’s Cameron Dawson, join 'Closing Bell' to discuss market trends, consumer spending and today's CPI report.
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The U.S. Department of Education announced Tuesday the interest rates on federal student loans for the 2024-2025 academic year. The interest rate on federal direct undergraduate loans will be 6.53%. For graduate students, loans will come with an 8.08% interest rate, compared with the current 7.05%. Plus loans for graduate students and parents will have a 9.08% interest rate, an increase from 8.05% now. The rise in interest rates could complicate the Biden administration's efforts to get the student loan crisis under control and relieve borrowers of the pain of interest accrual, experts say.
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