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  1. Understanding Credit Card Interest

    Paying these rates can impact your disposable income and your investment returns. ...
  2. 3 Reasons Costco Has Membership Fees

    There's more to Costco's membership fees than meet the eye.
  3. 4 Reasons Soros' Philosophy Is Hard to Implement

    Develop the skill to identify investments worthy of a significant portfolio allocation ...
  4. What Happened to the Bull Market?

    Stocks suffered a horrific sell-off following the surprise vote by the UK to exit ...
  5. Chart of the Week: Where to Find Opportunities in a Post-Brexit ...

    This week’s chart helps explains where to potentially find attractive value in a ...
  6. How to Tell If You're Cheap or Frugal

    Here are a few distinct character differences between those who understand value ...
  1. What is the Average Salary for an MBA Graduate?

    An MBA is often described as a surefire way to increase one's salary, but it's actually more complicated than that.
  2. 3 Secrets You Didn't Know About Estate Planning

    Three estate planning secrets every advisor and saver needs to know.
  3. Which Is Better: A 30-Year or a 15-Year Mortgage?

    Most homebuyers compare the monthly payments between mortgages, but what about these other points?
  4. How Are Dividends On IRAs Taxed?

    Reinvesting dividends in an IRA is a great way to grow your retirement funds faster, but be sure you understand the potential ...
  5. 7 Ways Baby Boomers Can Financially Assist Parents

    To help relieve some of the pressure that comes with caregiving, here are seven ways Boomers can financially assist elderly ...
  6. Declare Your Own Financial Independence Day

    Financial independence is not easy, but it is there for the taking with hard work and careful planning.
  1. 8 High Risk Investments That Could Double Your Money

    8 high-risk investment vehicles that can double investors' funds.
  2. 4 Reasons Soros' Philosophy Is Hard to Implement

    Develop the skill to identify investments worthy of a significant portfolio allocation and build the self-discipline to exit ...
  3. How Mutual Funds Chasing Popular Stocks Hurt Alpha

    Learn about the Goldman Sachs research report, which concluded that mutual funds overweight holdings of stocks that are less ...
  4. What Happened to the Bull Market?

    Stocks suffered a horrific sell-off following the surprise vote by the UK to exit the EU. But what happened to the bull market? ...
  5. Why Gold Matters

    Gold is a very useful investment during periods of instability and high inflation.
  6. How the "Buy the Dip" Mentality in the Stock Market May ...

    Consider portfolio changes for a sustained stock market drawdown, with the S&P 500 near its record high, stock valuations ...
  1. More Bad News for Ackman? (PSHZF)

    Discover reasons why Bill Ackman's Pershing Square may suffer again in 2016 due to Saudi Arabia's move to ban derivatives ...
  2. How the Strong Dollar Impacts Hedge Funds (MNGPY)

    Learn why the U.S. dollar rallied in May 2016. Discover how a rising dollar impacts hedge funds, and become aware of why ...
  3. Why the Dollar Can't Help U.S. Banks

    Learn why a strong dollar should produce benefits for the largest U.S. banks, but why those benefits are likely to be offset ...
  4. 8 High Risk Investments That Could Double Your Money

    8 high-risk investment vehicles that can double investors' funds.
  5. Is China Joining the Plunge Protection Team?

    Learn why official measurements may understate the true amount of credit creation in China, and how China's economic problems ...
  6. Seth Klarman Predicts a Tough Road Ahead for MU,PYPL

    In Q1, billionaire hedge fund manager Seth Klarman reduced his stake in PYPL while completely selling out of PYPL. Let's ...
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