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  1. 5 Popular Portfolio Types

    Learning how to build these portfolios will increase your investing confidence and give you financial control.
  2. 3 Essential Rules For New Investors

    Find out how beginner investors can invest sensibly, suitably and simply.
  3. The Go-To Currency In 50 Years

    Discover why the euro will likely become heir to the currency throne.
  4. 7 Easy To Understand ETFs To Replace A Savings Account

    If you have a savings account or certificate of deposit (CD), you’re probably not making much more than 1% each year from interest.
  5. The Impact Of Mark Carney Leaving Bank Of Canada To Take Over Bank Of England

    Canada's loss is the U.K.'s gain, as Mark Carney goes overseas to take over the Bank of England.
  6. 5 Misconceptions About ETFs In Retirement Accounts

    The simplicity of ETFs and their low fees make them perfect for retirement accounts.
  7. Triple Screen Trading System - Part 2

    Market tide is the basis for making trading decisions in this three-part system.
  8. Is Apple Finally Going To Announce The Apple TV In 2013?

    If Apple is planning an actual TV, it will have to shake up the industry, as previous Apple products have done.
  9. Automatic Cancellation Of PMI When You're Underwater On Your Mortgage

    You might be suprised to learn that after reaching certain criteria, your PMI will be automatically cancelled.
  10. The Best Investments For Young People

    Young investors today who wish to begin a savings plan face a bewildering array of investment options.
  11. Best ETFs For An Early Retirement

    Based on today's markets, which ETFs could you buy in 2013 that'll provide the best opportunity for an early retirement?
  12. How Tax Treatment Of ETFs Can Benefit Purchasers

    ETFs often post fewer and lower capital gains distributions than traditional mutual funds, because there is usually a much lower rate of portfolio turnover in ETFs.
  13. How To Change Last Year's Spending Habits

    With a little motivation and persistence 2013 can be the year you get your spending under control.
  14. New Year Planning For Business Owners

    Make a resolution to start your business off on the right foot in the new year.
  15. The Underground Internet Economy Of Cybercrime

    Cybercrime represents an underground economy worth $114 billion. Let's take a look at how this economy operates.
  16. Test Your Money Personality

    Find out which of the five profiles fits your style, and how this will affect your future.
  17. How To Be A Conservative Investor

    It may not be the most exciting path to take in the investing world, but conservative investing is an extremely safe bet.
  18. ETFs On A Budget

    Here's how to apply personal finance skills such as budgeting and saving to purchasing ETFs.
  19. What's More Important: Getting Out Of Debt Or Investing?

    To repay debt or invest, that is the question. These two important financial goals battle head-to-head to determine which is really more important.
  20. What Homeowners Need To Know About Zombie Titles

    Understanding how the foreclosure process normally works - and how it dysfunctions in today’s market - will help you avoid becoming a victim.
  21. Triple Screen Trading System - Part 1

    Learn to take advantage of both trend-following and oscillator techniques to analyze your trading decisions.
  22. How To Save To Start An Investment Portfolio

    How should aspiring investors best allocate funds for investing, and how much money should you have before you begin?
  23. 5 ETFs For Retirees

    These are some of the good choices for ETFs if you are in the late stages of retirement planning.
  24. 5 Top Business Schools In America

    These schools produce the most successful business grads and offer some of the best educations.
  25. The Economic State Of The World: What We Can Expect In 2013

    As 2013 begins in earnest, this article addresses the state of the global economy and what we can expect from the 12 months ahead.
  26. Most Successful Unions

    Labor unions have existed in the U.S. for quite some time, but not all have been as successful as these three.
  27. The Impact Of Combining The U.S. GAAP And IFRS

    The convergence of accounting standards is changing the attitudes of CPAs and CFOs toward harmonization of international accounting.
  28. Most Expensive States To Raise A Child

    Planning a family in one of these 5 states? You may be surprised to learn that they're the most expensive states to raise a child.
  29. How To Live Without A Credit Card

    Debit cards are more widely accepted and provide better fraud protection than in the past.
  30. How To Invest When You're Deep In Debt

    Debt is one of the biggest obstacles that prevents people from investing - but it shouldn't be.
  31. Invest Like A Pro

    By following the strategies of the pros, even a beginner can learn to invest like an expert.
  32. Economic Factors That Affected The U.S. Dollar In 2012

    The factors that influence the U.S. dollar and currencies in general.
  33. Home Loans For Disaster Recovery

    There are numerous government programs available for people who need financial help recovering from a household disaster.
  34. Apple iWatch: Is It About Time?

    If there any truth to the rumors of an upcoming Apple iWatch, how would it impact Apple's other products and the evolution of technology?
  35. Why New Credit Card Regulations Can Make Or Break A Small Business

    Small business owners need to know what’s going on in the credit card world if they want to maximize profits and ultimately avoid going belly up.
  36. Using ETFs To Build A Cost-Effective Portfolio

    ETFs are a viable alternative to mutual funds, but before you invest, there are a few things you should know.
  37. China Is Set To Continue Growing

    China's economy has plenty of long-term fight left in it, offering one of the best bets on developing world growth.
  38. Biggest Tobacco Lawsuits

    Tobacco companies survive although some believe it will be increasingly difficult for them to have bright, long-term futures.
  39. What You Can Expect To Spend In 2013

    This is a great time to examine your anticipated expenditures and assess how your spending impacts your financial situation.
  40. The History Of Unions In The United States

    Although the overall power of labor unions may not be what it once was, they still maintain a great deal of influence in the United States.
  41. Are Labor Unions Effective?

    This article examines some of the pros and cons associated with organized labor.
  42. 5 Nobel Prize-Winning Economic Theories You Should Know About

    Here are 5 prize-winning economic theories that you’ll want to be familiar with.
  43. Why Facebook Interns Make More Than The Average Intern

    With Facebook interns earning more than the average American, how do technology companies justify paying these recruits so highly?
  44. How Much Money Could Instagram Make Off Your Photos?

    Instagram's new user agreement not only led to a public outcry from its users, but also caused many to close their accounts.
  45. How To Pay Off Christmas Debt

    Here are some common sense tips for getting over the financial holiday hangover.
  46. Most Promising Emerging Markets For 2013

    These nations have become portfolio necessities as investors seek to generate market-beating returns.
  47. Writing Down Goodwill

    Goodwill represents an acquisition amount over and above what the purchased firm’s net assets are deemed to be valued at on the balance sheet.
  48. How Corporate Culture Affects Your Bottom Line

    Here's a look at how companies can be successful financially by promoting a positive work atmosphere for employees.
  49. Is A One Million Dollar Nonprofit CEO Salary As Bad As It Sounds?

    Although seven-figure salaries for CEOs of nonprofit organizations may make most cringe, might there ever be a time when it can be justified?
  50. 4 Unlikely Billionaires

    In an age when billion has become the new million, which unexpected folks have joined the ranks of the billionaire club?
  51. Introduction To Asset-Backed And Mortgage-Backed Securities

    In this article, we will go through the structure, along with some examples of ABS and valuation.
  52. Networking To Land A Job

    Networking should be a career-long endeavor that is just as important as performing your job in an excellent manner.
  53. Can You Be Sued If You Give A Bad Review On Yelp?

    Negative and positive online reviews can impact the overall success of a business, but do negative reviews equate to defamation?
  54. Tips For Changing Your Career Path In 2013

    Don't let the arrival of the new year cause you to rush into a change of career. Carefully examine your reasons for wanting a change.
  55. Sandy Hook's Consequences For The Gun Industry

    The mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School resulted in share prices dropping for U.S. gun manufacturers. Will there be further consequences?
  56. Investors: Rely On Your Gut

    Find out how your personality and natural instincts can direct your investment choices.
  57. Finding Your Investing Comfort Zone

    Choosing the right investments for you is the best way to feel comfortable with your portfolio.
  58. Choosing An Advisor: Wall Street Vs. Main Street

    A high-profile brand name alone won't meet your personal investing needs. This article will show you what else to look for.
  59. The Fundamental Mechanics Of Investing

    Here's a story that demonstrates why stocks and bonds were created and how they are valued.
  60. The Real Cost Of Volunteer Tourism

    Millions of Americans are embracing a new way to travel by doing their part to help communities in developing nations.
  61. Most Affordable Fast Food Chains

    All fast food companies claim to offer the best prices as they compete for your hard-earned dollars, but which truly has the best value?
  62. 4 Top Reasons Why Companies Hire New CEOs

    Here are the top reasons why companies look for new CEOs.
  63. High-Growth Jobs That Do Not Require A 4-Year Degree

    Not interested in attending four years of post secondary? These jobs pay great and don't require a degree.
  64. How To Dine Out Without Breaking The Bank

    With more than 90% of consumers dining out on a regular basis, these methods can help to stretch your dollar further.
  65. The Hole Widens For UBS

    UBS is facing more legal challenges in its ambitions to increase its global business.
  66. Planning Your Retirement Using The Monte Carlo Simulation

    You can use the Monte Carlo Simulation to improve your retirement planning.
  67. Don't Judge A Charity Based On Administrative Costs

    It is unwise to base charitable giving on administrative costs.
  68. Save Money With A Motorcycle

    Here's a cost comparison of exactly how much you can save if you use a motorcycle as your main mode of transportation over a car.
  69. The Highest Paying Jobs In 2013

    With the U.S. economy experiencing mixed fortunes, this article looks at the highest-paying jobs for 2013 and how job-seekers can capitalize.
  70. The Dawn Of The Age Of Female CEOs

    A new report highlights the fact that of all the Fortune 500 companies, there are now 20 female CEOs heading up these companies.
  71. The Truth Behind The $1 Trillion Coin

    Is a $1 trillion coin really a feasible way to pay off the nation's debt?
  72. Don't Judge Your Partner Based On Credit Score

    Credit scores indicate past behavior but don't necessarily reflect present or future behavior, so don't judge you partner solely on credit.
  73. Most Affordable Cups of Coffee

    With coffee playing an important role in social norms, this article looks at the most and least affordable cups of coffee available.
  74. Top Employment Skills For 2013

    With the U.S. employment market seeing slight growth, it is worth considering which skills are the most important for job seekers in 2013.
  75. 3 Famous People With MBAs

    These public figures have MBAs; some were earned before reaching fame while others were earned after.
  76. Improving Economy: Job Availability At 4-Year High

    Which industries are providing the most jobs at the beginning of 2013?
  77. 4 Of The Most Shocking Stock Increases and Falls

    When a black swan event occurs, a market correction of massive proportions ensues.
  78. How To Play Dividends During The Fiscal Cliff

    Shifting to qualified investment vehicles and other viable investment strategies could help invstors defer, avoid or minimize the tax hike.
  79. Are The NYSE Trading Floor's Days Numbered?

    The Intercontinental Exchange plans to buy the NYSE Euronextfor $8.2 billion. This article examines the implications of the potential sale.
  80. A Look Into Proposition 30

    This article examines the newly-passed Prop 30 and what it means for residents of California.
  81. Helping Parents Advise Underage Investors

    This article looks at options for teenagers to prepare for their financial futures.
  82. The Real Risks Of Entrepreneurship

    Here are some ways you can try to reduce the risks associated with being an entrepreneur.
  83. What New Student Loan Repayment Options Mean

    American college graduates are facing an increasing amount of student loan debt. There are new rules for repaying that debt. Here's what you need to know.
  84. Mitigating Downside With The Sortino Ratio

    Differentiate between good and bad volatility with the Sortino Ratio.
  85. Top-Paying Contract Positions

    A number of contract positions pay more than their salaried counterparts.
  86. Languages That Give You The Best Chance To Broaden Your Career

    Being bilingual or trilingual can be a great career booster. Here are the languages that will help you get ahead in the business world.
  87. Goal-Based Investing: Not What You Think It Is

    Goal-based investing seems like an obvious tactic. But many investors have only a vague idea what their goals are, much less how to achieve them.
  88. Dividend Facts You May Not Know

    Discover the issues that complicate these payouts for investors.
  89. Removing The Barriers To Successful Investing

    Learn how to stop using emotion and bad habits to make your stock picks.
  90. Can Regular Investors Beat The Market?

    With the big name competition out there, hard-working people who invest have a tough time beating the market.
  91. Do Your Investments Have Short-Term Health?

    If a company is strong enough to survive tough times, it is more likely to provide long-term value.
  92. Has High Frequency Trading Ruined The Stock Market For The Rest Of Us?

    HFT is a controversial trading strategy. This article looks at how HFT affects the retail investor.
  93. Should Germany Leave The Eurozone?

    Germany may be better off leaving the eurozone behind, instead of continously propping up struggling economies with little return.
  94. Will Corporate Debt Drag Your Stock Down?

    Borrowed funds can mean a leg up for companies or the boot for investors. Find out how to tell the difference.
  95. Top 5 Degrees For 2013

    If you've made a New Year's resolution to go back to school and get your degree, here are the degrees that will offer you the best chance of getting a good job.
  96. Can Games Make You A Better Investor?

    As investing is a great example of an activity that draws on a wide range of mental and emotional skills, it is worth exploring how to improve this skill set.
  97. A Pre-Retirement Checkup

    Are you on track to post-work bliss? We'll tell you how to find out.
  98. 7 Misconceptions About The Federal Reserve

    There are many fallacies about the Fed. The following misconceptions are among the most popular.
  99. Save Early For Retirement If You're A High Earner

    If you earn a high income, there are many ways you can save extra money for an early retirement.
  100. A Refreshing Reminder Of What Matters In Investing

    Here is a valuable reminder of what investors ought to hold as important when approaching long-term investments.
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