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  1. Top Apple Shareholders for 2017 (AAPL)

    These insiders and institutional investors hold the largest positions in this popular tech company.
  2. Oil Prices Could Spike $10 as US Sanctions Odds on Venezuela Increase

    Political turmoil in Venezuela could force U.S. hand and put pressure on oil prices.
  3. Real Estate: Sustainable Growth Ahead

    The real estate comeback has been so moderate that there is every reason to anticipate continued expansion.
  4. Why Index Investors Should Give Factor Investing a Try

    If you believe in index investing, you should believe in factor based investing. Here's why.
  5. The Buffett Challenge: Year Nine Update

    An update on the bet Warren Buffet made regarding hedge funds and index funds.
  6. What Are the Biggest Stocks in 'Sharing Economy'?

    Clear winners are emerging, says Merrill Lynch, including Facebook, Amazon and Expedia.
  1. How to Cancel a Check

    If you've had a personal check lost or stolen, the next best step is to cancel the check by calling your bank and putting ...
  2. Changing Bad Money Habits to Reach Financial Goals

    The key to creating a new behavior is becoming aware of two conflicting forces and finding a third way forward, otherwise ...
  3. Do You Have a Written Financial Plan and Goals?

    What makes some more successful than others? The answer lies in having written goals and plans.
  4. Retirement Savings: Is Your Home an Investment?

    Does it make sense for those nearing retirement, or who already retired, to pay off their mortgage?
  5. What Does It Really Mean to Be Risk Averse?

    We can’t really get away from risk and there are many meanings for this thing we call risk.
  6. Why You Need an Advisor Who Doesn't Care

    The case for why you should choose an advisor who doesn't care about commissions.
  1. Mastering Short-Term Trading

    The ultimate goal for any strategy is keeping your losses at a minimum and your profits at a maximum.
  2. Forces That Move Stock Prices

    You can't predict exactly how stocks will behave, but knowing what affects prices will put you ahead of the pack.
  3. 3 Factors That Drive the U.S. Dollar

    We look at three important factors that affect U.S. dollar value, and how to determine when it's the right time to buy currency. ...
  4. ADX: The Trend Strength Indicator

    The average directional index (ADX) can lead traders to reduced risk and increase profit potential.
  5. Warrants: A High-Return Investment Tool

    Discover the advantages of this largely unexploited investment vehicle.
  6. Introduction to Elliott Wave Theory

    Acquaint yourself with the principle built on the discovery that stock markets did not behave in a chaotic manner.
  1. 3 Factors That Drive the U.S. Dollar

    We look at three important factors that affect U.S. dollar value, and how to determine when it's the right time to buy currency. ...
  2. Forex Trading: A Beginner's Guide

    Learn about the forex market and some beginner trading strategies to get started.
  3. How to Calculate an Exchange Rate

    Struggling to get a grasp on exchange rates? Here's what you need to know.
  4. Top 7 Questions About Currency Trading Answered

    Whether you're puzzled by pips or curious about carry trades, your queries are answered here.
  5. Why a Strong U.S. Dollar is Bad for Investors

    A strong U.S. dollar is bad news for most investors. Here are some ways to minimize your exposure.
  6. How to Become a Successful Forex Trader

    Discover a framework that will help you build your own profitable forex trading strategy.
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