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  1. Blue Chip Stocks Paying The Highest Dividends
    Stock Analysis

    Blue Chip Stocks Paying The Highest Dividends

    While picking individual stocks is risky, these blue chip companies have histories that show they can be good choices.
  2. The Economics Of Postseason Baseball
    Personal Finance

    The Economics Of Postseason Baseball

    Find out how big league baseball divvies up the extra revenue that comes from postseason games.
  3. Apple Vs. Google: The Map Wars
    Stock Analysis

    Apple Vs. Google: The Map Wars

    Google is still the clear winner in the maps market, but that could change.
  4. 5 Household Items You Should Insure
    Investing

    5 Household Items You Should Insure

    Your homeowner's insurance doesn't cover everything you own and the items it does cover are only partially insured if theyre high-priced items.
  5. Most Expensive Haunted Houses
    Home & Auto

    Most Expensive Haunted Houses

    These houses are reportedly haunted. They also happened to have sold for a lot of money.
  6. 5 Of The Strangest Items That Are Stolen
    Personal Finance

    5 Of The Strangest Items That Are Stolen

    Shoplifters have stolen some weird things. Here are some of the most bizarre.
  7. 5 NASA Missions You Didn't Know Were Canceled
    Personal Finance

    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.
  8. Why California Gas Prices Are So High
    Home & Auto

    Why California Gas Prices Are So High

    Consumers are quick to point fingers when gas prices rise, athough there are often many factors responsible.
  9. 5 Of The Biggest Rebranding Flops
    Entrepreneurship

    5 Of The Biggest Rebranding Flops

    Attempts to revitalize a brand name don't always play out as planned.
  10. 6 Wealthy People Who Owned Private Islands
    Entrepreneurship

    6 Wealthy People Who Owned Private Islands

    Larry Ellison and Richard Branson are just two of the people who bought their own private islands.
  11. Why The Prices Of Sports Tickets Vary So Much
    Budgeting

    Why The Prices Of Sports Tickets Vary So Much

    Prices of NBA, NHL, MLB and NFL tickets may vary for a number of reasons.
  12. Problems In The Luxury Market?
    Stock Analysis

    Problems In The Luxury Market?

    Investors know that the luxury goods market is a cyclical industry, but this time may be different.
  13. 5 Tech Stocks You Should Be Buying
    Stock Analysis

    5 Tech Stocks You Should Be Buying

    If you're looking to put some money into technology, here are a few ideas to get you started.
  14. Home Improvements That Require Permits
    Home & Auto

    Home Improvements That Require Permits

    Many home remodeling projects require permits, which the homeowner is responsible for. Here is a list of projects that may require permits.
  15. Lessons From Thriving Retailers
    Investing News

    Lessons From Thriving Retailers

    Department stores such as J.C. Penney and Sears don't have the same staying power as their competition.
  16. 6 Largest Government Contractors
    Personal Finance

    6 Largest Government Contractors

    These corporations make a lot of money off of the federal government.
  17. 6 Ways To Avoid Paying For Hotel Wi-Fi
    Savings

    6 Ways To Avoid Paying For Hotel Wi-Fi

    Use these tips to get free Internet access when you're on vacation.
  18. Is Now The Time To Buy Put Options?
    Investing News

    Is Now The Time To Buy Put Options?

    A market correction is sure to occur sometime in the near future. Discover if hedging can protect your portfolio.
  19. The Finances Of Campaign Ads
    Personal Finance

    The Finances Of Campaign Ads

    Does the amount politicians spend on election ads affect their chances of winning? How much do they spend?
  20. 5 Space Ventures We Might See In Our Lifetime
    Personal Finance

    5 Space Ventures We Might See In Our Lifetime

    While these technological innovations may seem far-fetched, there is a chance we could see them in our lifetime.
  21. High-Profile Christian Business Leaders
    Investing News

    High-Profile Christian Business Leaders

    Discover some well-known public business leaders who place a large emphasis on their religious faith.
  22. Developing Nations With The Most Debt
    Personal Finance

    Developing Nations With The Most Debt

    These emerging markets have the most debt of any others. How does this affect the world economy?
  23. How The Recent GOP Convention Could Affect The Tampa Economy
    Personal Finance

    How The Recent GOP Convention Could Affect The Tampa Economy

    The GOP convention cost a lot of money to produce, but it could positively affect the Tampa, Florida economy.
  24. 5 Costliest Hurricanes In U.S. History
    Personal Finance

    5 Costliest Hurricanes In U.S. History

    Here's a look at the effects of America's most devastating hurricanes of all time.
  25. 7 Ways To Build A Professional Network In School
    Personal Finance

    7 Ways To Build A Professional Network In School

    Having a network of people in the same profession as you can improve your career prospects. Here's how to build a professional network while you are still in school.
  26. 5 College Scholarships You Could Qualify For
    Personal Finance

    5 College Scholarships You Could Qualify For

    Here are some scholarships that may be attainable for those of us who aren't star athletes or honors students.
  27. Best Part-Time Jobs For College Students
    Personal Finance

    Best Part-Time Jobs For College Students

    Here are some part-time jobs that you can fit around your classes. However, the best idea is to find something related to your field of study.
  28. The Future Of The Television Industry
    Personal Finance

    The Future Of The Television Industry

    More and more consumers are choosing to avoid cable providers and find alternative TV viewing options.
  29. 5 Misconceptions About A Fiduciary
    Investing Basics

    5 Misconceptions About A Fiduciary

    Having knowledge of what a fiduciary is will not only impress your friends at a party, but it will also help you understand what you should expect from your broker.
  30. 6 Must-Do Fall Maintenance Tasks
    Home & Auto

    6 Must-Do Fall Maintenance Tasks

    Winter is coming. Here are some helpful tips you will need to know to make sure your home is prepared to withstand extreme weather, and wear and tear, in the coming months.
  31. Steps To Take If You Lose Your Smartphone
    Personal Finance

    Steps To Take If You Lose Your Smartphone

    With the amount of personal info people store on their smartphones, losing these devices is a scary thought. Here are the steps to take if you do lose your phone.
  32. 5 Things That'll Ruin Your Chances Of Selling Your Home
    Insurance

    5 Things That'll Ruin Your Chances Of Selling Your Home

    Failing to properly promote your house when it is on the market can wreck your chances of selling quickly and for the price you want.
  33. 5 Investing Risk Factors And How To Avoid Them
    Investing Basics

    5 Investing Risk Factors And How To Avoid Them

    Each investment product has specific risks that come with it, while some risks are inherent in every investment.
  34. 7 Of The Most Expensive Books Ever Sold
    Personal Finance

    7 Of The Most Expensive Books Ever Sold

    These historical books sold at auction for some of the highest prices ever recorded. Here are the stories behind the sales.
  35. 7 Misconceptions About Sales Tax Holidays
    Taxes

    7 Misconceptions About Sales Tax Holidays

    Sales tax holidays can offer consumers a lot of savings. Here's what consumers need to know about saving money on sales taxes.
  36. 4 Misconceptions About The Eurozone Crisis
    Investing News

    4 Misconceptions About The Eurozone Crisis

    The eurozone crisis is complicated and rapidly changing. One such misconception is that Greece is the cause of the problem.
  37. 6 Ways To Get Your Full Security Deposit Back
    Personal Finance

    6 Ways To Get Your Full Security Deposit Back

    When renting an apartment, a security or damage deposit is almost always required. Here are some tips to help you avoid unforeseen circumstances and get your money back in its entirety when you move out. ...
  38. Are Big Budget Video Games Dead?
    Personal Finance

    Are Big Budget Video Games Dead?

    More people seem to be gaming on tablets and smartphones over consoles, which means this could be the end of big budget console games.
  39. Companies With The Best Perks
    Personal Finance

    Companies With The Best Perks

    Not only are tech companies one of the highest-paying career sectors, but they have some of the best perks as well.
  40. 6 Signs That It's Time To Sell Your Startup
    Entrepreneurship

    6 Signs That It's Time To Sell Your Startup

    A lack of profits isn't the only reason to sell your business. Here are some telltale signs that indicate you need to sell your fledgling business.
  41. Are Private Student Loans The Next Lending Crisis?
    Personal Finance

    Are Private Student Loans The Next Lending Crisis?

    The CFPB is keeping an eye on the student loan market because it believes it uses the same lending policies as mortgage lenders did during the subprime lending crisis.
  42. 7 Underpaid Jobs
    Personal Finance

    7 Underpaid Jobs

    Soldiers and EMTs are two professions that should probably command a higher wage.
  43. There's Help Coming For Your Credit Report
    Credit & Loans

    There's Help Coming For Your Credit Report

    Soon, there will be another body protecting consumers when it comes to credit scores. Here are some new things to know about getting a credit report in the future.
  44. How To Prepare For Healthcare Changes Today
    Personal Finance

    How To Prepare For Healthcare Changes Today

    Companies are rethinking the level of coverage they give to their employees and how much that coverage will cost. Learn your alternative options in the event you lose your current healthcare coverage. ...
  45. 8 Ways To Save Your Finances From The Drought
    Savings

    8 Ways To Save Your Finances From The Drought

    Reworking your budget and making your home as fire resistant as possible are just some of the ways that you can protect your finances during a drought.
  46. 4 Natural Disasters Affecting The American Economy
    Insurance

    4 Natural Disasters Affecting The American Economy

    2012 has already seen more than its fair share of significant natural disasters and the economy is suffering for it.
  47. 4 Reality Show Businesses To Avoid
    Entrepreneurship

    4 Reality Show Businesses To Avoid

    You may want to think twice before quitting your day job to pursue these careers. Despite their popularity on TV, these jobs likely won't help you financially, or they aren't worth your time.
  48. Does A Gold Medal Guarantee Riches?
    Personal Finance

    Does A Gold Medal Guarantee Riches?

    For every Missy Franklin and Michael Phelps, there are many Olympic medalists who will never see endorsement deals or fame.
  49. The Stock Market Loves The Olympics
    Investing News

    The Stock Market Loves The Olympics

    Over the last 26 Summer Olympics, the average rate of return of the DJIA during the games was an impressive 4%.
  50. 5 Ways You're Paying Too Much To Invest
    Investing Basics

    5 Ways You're Paying Too Much To Invest

    You can't control what the markets will do in the future, but you do have some control over how much you pay to invest.
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