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  1. Most Expensive Cell Phones On The Market

    The iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S3 and Droid Razr Maxx HD are three of the most expensive cell phones on the market.
  2. Countries With The Largest Shadow Markets

    These nations have the largest informal economies relative to their respective GDPs.
  3. A Primer On Inflation

    Inflation has a negative connotation, but is it all bad or does it offer some tangible benefits?
  4. Relationships And Retirement Planning

    Older couples have many things to consider when it comes to financial planning, including wills and estate planning.
  5. America's Loss Is The Currency Market's Gain

    The Smithsonian Agreement hurt the U.S. in the short-term, but was necessary in furthering real market-driven exchange rates.
  6. How Monopoly Antitrust Laws Affect Consumers

    Monopolies often receive a negative reception, but sometimes they can benefit consumers.
  7. Choosing Between Dollar-Cost And Value Averaging

    These are two investing practices that seek to counter our natural inclination toward market timing by canceling out some of the risk.
  8. Evaluating Retained Earnings: What Gets Kept Counts

    A company's retained earnings matter. Be investment-savvy and learn how to analyze this often overlooked information.
  9. Analyzing A Bank's Financial Statements

    A careful review of a bank's financial statements can help you identify key factors in a potential investment.
  10. Analyze Investments Quickly With Ratios

    Make informed decisions about your investments with these easy equations.
  11. Saving For Retirement When You're Not Working

    Lack of full-time employment can make saving for retirement more difficult, but there are some vehicles that can help.
  12. Is Kickstarter A Viable Platform For Business Startups?

    This article assesses the merits of Kickstarter, the risks involved and whether it is viable for serious investors.
  13. Businesses You Can Start For Under $1,000

    Freelance writing and consulting are just some of the small businesses that you can start with less than $1,000.
  14. Useful Balance Sheet Metrics

    These metrics can help you better understand the information found on balance sheets.
  15. 7 Counterintuitive Retirement Strategies That Work

    We address seven investment misconceptions, and how you can make your retirement plan make sense.
  16. Protect Yourself From Cell Phone Cramming

    When your cell phone bill is higher that it should be or contains unauthorized charges, it's called cramming. Here's how to stop it.
  17. Are Derivatives A Disaster Waiting To Happen?

    They've contributed to some major market scandals, but these instruments aren't all bad.
  18. Guaranteed Retirement Income In Any Market

    By laddering annuities, you can be sure you'll have income no matter what the market does.
  19. You Might Be Eligible For An E-Book Refund

    Due to a court settlement, some Kindle users may be entitled to a refund on some e-books.
  20. Loopholes In The Dodd-Frank Act

    Certain aspects of Dodd-Frank should be re-examined for their effectiveness.
  21. Are CEOs Built Or Born?

    Is the ability to lead inborn or developed through life experience?
  22. Introduction To The Arms Index

    Developed in 1967 by Richard Arms, this volume-based breadth indicator can be applied over various time periods.
  23. Understanding Pro-Forma Earnings

    These figures can either shed light on a company's performance or skew it. Find out why.
  24. The Best-Selling Artists Of Past Decades

    Here's a look at the musicians who sold more records than anyone else during each of the past six decades.
  25. The Economics Of Postseason Baseball

    Find out how big league baseball divvies up the extra revenue that comes from postseason games.
  26. Cars That Depreciate In Value The Most

    You can't avoid depreciation on your car, but you can avoid certain models that depreciate in value a lot.
  27. Where Presidential Candidates Get Campaign Funding

    American citizens of every political persuasion may justifiably wonder where all that money comes from and how it's spent.
  28. Beware Of Company Stock In Qualified Plans

    While this strategy does have a few advantages, it can also pose some substantial risks to employees.
  29. Budgeting As A Single Parent

    Here are some tips to help single parents raise their kids on a more comfortable budget.
  30. How Much Americans Spend On Halloween

    Americans spend a lot on Halloween. Here's a look at what the average person spends money on during the holiday and some examples of expensive costumes.
  31. 7 Tools For Rebuilding Retirement Savings

    If your nest egg has taken a hit, these conservative investments could help get you back on track.
  32. 4 Most Expensive Homes In America

    These luxurious homes are exclusively for the one percenters. Each property sold for huge sums and features extravagant renovations.
  33. The Business Of Conspiracy Theories

    Some famous conspiracy theorists do make money from their theories, but most are left to spout their claims on unpaid blogs.
  34. The Evolution Of The Coca-Cola Brand

    Coke recently retired its 6.5 ounce returnable glass bottles. What other changes has Coke made throughout its history?
  35. How Often Should You Contact Clients?

    Figuring out how often an investment advisor should contact clients is not easy.
  36. Choose Your Own Asset Allocation Adventure

    There are many strategies to help balance your portfolio. Here are a few to get you started.
  37. How Technology Is Replacing Workers

    Technology and robotics have advanced so much in the last few decades that human workers are now starting to be replaced in some jobs.
  38. Using LEAPS With Collars

    This options strategy will help you lock in profit while keeping your upside potential.
  39. The Psychology Of Poverty

    Though there are many factors that influence consumers' spending habits, household income is one of the most influential factors.
  40. Levels Of Security For Investments

    The simple analogy of different kinds of bicycle locks can teach us a lot about investments.
  41. Overcome The Retirement "Gender Gap"

    Learn why many women's post-work saving plans fall behind and what they can do to catch up.
  42. How Much 20-Somethings Should Save For Retirement

    Here is an outline of how you should save for retirement when you are in your 20s.
  43. Companies That Mock Others In Ads

    Competing companies will go to great lengths to convince consumers their products are the best. This includes ad campaigns mocking competitors.
  44. Small Cap Research Can Have A Big Impact

    Don't rely on Wall Street analysts for information on these stocks.
  45. Is Your Stock Headed South?

    Don't let your portfolio go with it! Find out which signs to watch out for.
  46. Analyzing Operating Margins

    Find out how to put this important component of equity analysis to work for you.
  47. DCF Valuation: The Stock Market Sanity Check

    Calculate whether the market is paying too much for a particular stock.
  48. Financial Certifications With The Best ROI

    These certifications will land you a long, profitable career for an affordable price.
  49. Fundamental Speed: The "Duck-And-Jab" Approach To Forex

    By using economic releases in a timely way, buyers can beat the "big players" without endless chart analysis.
  50. One-Person Businesses You Can Start Quickly

    Here is a list of professions you can quickly enter with an average-sized to large investment.
  51. Retire Independently In A Retirement Community

    Naturally occurring retirement communities can provide a place for retirees to live independent, social lives.
  52. Most Expensive Haunted Houses

    These houses are reportedly haunted. They also happened to have sold for a lot of money.
  53. Animals That Can Replace You At Your Job

    Have you ever thought a monkey could do your job? Well, maybe it could. Here are some ways animals are replacing people at work.
  54. Mac To The Future

    Here is a history of Apple products and how the products have evolved over the years.
  55. Short Sales For Market Downturns

    This strategy can help in market downturns, but it's not for inexperienced traders.
  56. Evaluating A Statement Of Cash Flows

    The metrics for the Statement of Cash Flows is best viewed over time.
  57. Pro Athletes And Their Bad Money Habits

    These athletes earned a lot, but they spent too much.
  58. The Effect Of Drastic Brand And Logo Transformations

    Company performance can sometimes be affected by major marketing and advertising strategies.
  59. $1 Salaried CEOs Making Millions

    Some CEOs who are paid $1 annually are actually among the highest-paid when all forms of compensation are taken into account.
  60. Failing Brands That Got A Turnaround From Celebs

    History has shown that an endorsement from the right celebrity can save an ailing brand.
  61. Introduction To Phantom Stock And SARs

    Phantom stock and stock appreciation rights reward employees with compensation tied to stock performance.
  62. Year-End Tips For Your Retirement Plan

    To avoid penalties or missed opportunities, make sure you know which transactions must be completed by December 31.
  63. Best Things To Buy In October

    October is a transitional month for many retailers as they prepare for the winter season. Here's some items you'll likely find at bargain prices this month.
  64. 5 Of The Strangest Items That Are Stolen

    Shoplifters have stolen some weird things. Here are some of the most bizarre.
  65. 6 Easy Ways To Keep Current

    Here are six ways in which you can keep up with the news while you are on the go.
  66. Retirement Saving Tips For 65-Year-Olds And Over

    Find out how to save smarter after 65.
  67. 3 Of The Most Lucrative Land Deals In History

    Some modern real estate purchases may seem overly expensive, but they are nowhere close to the priciest land deals in history.
  68. U.S. Or Canada: Which Country Is Best To Call Home?

    There are unique benefits to living both above and below the 49th parallel. Find out which of these great nations best suits your value system.
  69. 9 Halloween Costumes Women Already Own

    You don't have to go shopping for a Halloween costume. You can just look through your wardrobe and you're bound to find one of these options.
  70. Why The Halloween Industry Is Worth $8 Billion

    With more adults dressing up for Halloween each year, this unique industry is pulling in record profits.
  71. Why California Gas Prices Are So High

    Consumers are quick to point fingers when gas prices rise, athough there are often many factors responsible.
  72. The Credit Crisis And The Carry Trade

    When boom times turned to bust, these trades proved devastating for traders and the broader markets.
  73. 3 Industry-Impacting Innovations On The Horizon

    Here are some industry-impacting innovations that could potentially belong in the famed Carousel of Progress.
  74. 5 NASA Missions You Didn't Know Were Canceled

    Since the U.S. won the Space Race, funding to NASA has been reduced. This had led to the cancellation of several planned space missions.
  75. Looking For Profit In Privately-Held Companies

    Private companies offer unique opportunities for those with the knowledge and resources to take advantage.
  76. Saving For Retirement: The Quest For Success

    We'll show you how to set yourself up to retire in style.
  77. Changes To Your Checking Account

    Checking accounts have evolved a lot over the years. Here are the five biggest changes that can affect your wallet.
  78. Tips For Avoiding Excessive Trading

    Learn to trade smart instead of gambling with your money.
  79. SEC Filings: Forms You Need To Know

    The forms companies are required to file provide a clear view of their histories and progress.
  80. Covered Call Strategies For A Falling Market

    Find out how to come out on top, even when the market is dropping.
  81. 4 Ways To Use ETFs In Your Portfolio

    To take full advantage of these vehicles, you need to know how they can fulfill certain strategies.
  82. 5 Critically-Acclaimed Movies That Bombed At The Box Office

    Critics loved these films but not all audiences did. Most of these highly-praised films failed to make back their budgets.
  83. The Most Costly Banking Mistakes You Can Make

    With changing and increasing fees, it can be difficult to avoid bank charges, but investing time in finding out what your bank charges, and when, can help you save money.
  84. Healthcare Cures That Don't Work

    Here are four "cures" that have been proven by scientific studies to be baseless yet remain on pharmacy shelves.
  85. Countries That Thrive On A Weak European Union

    The current eurozone crisis is having a heavy impact on the global economy and certain nations may leave the EU as a result.
  86. How Debt Limits A Country's Options

    While debt is fundamentally necessary to the operation of a national government, it can also be limiting and dangerous.
  87. The Hidden Costs Of Wedding Insurance

    Weddings don't always go smoothly. Here's how you can protect yourself from things backfiring.
  88. Common Scams Targeted At Teens

    Teens should be aware of these scams, which include scholarship frauds and fraudulent investments.
  89. A Beginner's Guide To Mining Stocks

    Here's a look at mining stocks and what they can bring to your portfolio.
  90. Exceptions To The 60-Day Retirement Account Rollover Rule

    A non-qualified distribution might still be tax and/or penalty free under certain conditions.
  91. Money Tips From The Amish

    The Amish are frugal and savvy in business. Here's how you can improve your personal finances by doing what the Amish do.
  92. Save Safely With The DB(k) Retirement Plan

    Your retirement savings can have the best of the defined-benefit plan and the defined-contribution plan with this hybrid.
  93. Do Personal Income Tax Cuts Foster Economic Growth?

    Studies show that cuts to personal income tax rates will improve tax revenues, but not lead to economic growth.
  94. 5 Of The Biggest Rebranding Flops

    Attempts to revitalize a brand name don't always play out as planned.
  95. 6 Wealthy People Who Owned Private Islands

    Larry Ellison and Richard Branson are just two of the people who bought their own private islands.
  96. Costly Mistakes You Can Make In Emails

    Email can make communication easier, but it can also lead to misunderstandings. Get advice on how to send proper, polite emails.
  97. Could Alchemy Threaten The Gold Market?

    Some of the dreams of medieval alchemists may finally be coming true, but what does that mean for the market?
  98. The Importance Of Other Comprehensive Income

    Understanding and analyzing OCI greatly improves financial analysis, especially for financial companies.
  99. 8 Reasons To Own Gold

    This precious metal's rich history stems from its ability to maintain value over the long term.
  100. The Cost Of Getting The Flu

    The paltry cost of getting the flu vaccine is nothing compared to the potential costs that you could incur by getting the virus.
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