Andrew Beattie

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  1. 6 Dangerous Moves For First-Time Investors
    Fundamental Analysis

    6 Dangerous Moves For First-Time Investors

    It's easy for people to invest nowadays, but there are risks. These mistakes could take you out of the market when you've just gotten in.
  2. 4 Misconceptions About Free Markets
    Fundamental Analysis

    4 Misconceptions About Free Markets

    These fallacies have hounded free market economists since the days of Adam Smith.
  3. Evaluating Pharmaceutical Companies
    Fundamental Analysis

    Evaluating Pharmaceutical Companies

    Learn how to find a healthy pharmaceutical investment in a market full of weak drugs.
  4. What You Need To Know About Insurance Fraud
    Insurance

    What You Need To Know About Insurance Fraud

    Insurance fraud is as old as commerce. Discover the types of life insurance fraud and how they affect you.
  5. 10 Risks That Every Stock Faces
    Investing Basics

    10 Risks That Every Stock Faces

    As an investor, the best thing you can do is to know the risks before you buy in. Find out about 10 common stock risks you should look out for.
  6. 10 Most Indebted Nations
    Economics

    10 Most Indebted Nations

    There are many different ways to measure debt. See how the top 10 indebted nations change, depending on how you look at it.
  7. Jobs With Great Pay, But Huge Stress
    Professionals

    Jobs With Great Pay, But Huge Stress

    You may want these jobs for the pay and the benefits, but the work can be a killer.
  8. The History Of Economic Thought
    Economics

    The History Of Economic Thought

    Economics is a vital part of every day life. Discover the major players who shaped its development.
  9. 5 Cheap Design Touches That Increase Your Home's Value
    Home & Auto

    5 Cheap Design Touches That Increase Your Home's Value

    Want to add value to your home or make it appealing to prospective buyers? We’ve got five easy solutions.
  10. The History Of Capitalism: From Feudalism To Wall Street
    Personal Finance

    The History Of Capitalism: From Feudalism To Wall Street

    Find out how the economic system we now use was created.
  11. Should You Invest In Emerging Markets?
    Mutual Funds & ETFs

    Should You Invest In Emerging Markets?

    Emerging markets are risky, but the rewards they can create make them a worthy addition to any portfolio.
  12. Market Speculators: More Help Than Harm
    Options & Futures

    Market Speculators: More Help Than Harm

    Speculators often get a bad rap, but it's important to remember that they only observe trends, not manipulate them.
  13. Ivar Kreuger: Businessman Or Scam Artist?
    Entrepreneurship

    Ivar Kreuger: Businessman Or Scam Artist?

    Match monopolist Ivar Kreuger started as a brilliant businessman, but his high-flying lifestyle led to some shady dealings.
  14. How Companies Create A Brand
    Personal Finance

    How Companies Create A Brand

    We take a hands-on approach to creating a brand, and see what it can mean as an investor.
  15. 7 Popular Marketing Techniques For Small Businesses
    Entrepreneurship

    7 Popular Marketing Techniques For Small Businesses

    This guide will help you get the word out about your small business.
  16. Money Market Mutual Funds: A Better Savings Account
    Mutual Funds & ETFs

    Money Market Mutual Funds: A Better Savings Account

    An good alternative to the traditional savings account is the money market mutual fund. It's easy, safe and has better returns.
  17. The Executor's Checklist: 7 Things To Do Before They Die
    Retirement

    The Executor's Checklist: 7 Things To Do Before They Die

    Being an executor comes with a lot of responsibility, and these tips will reduce the complications that can come with the job.
  18. When You Should Change Your Withholding Tax
    Taxes

    When You Should Change Your Withholding Tax

    When there are major changes in your life, you should adjust your withholding to ensure you aren't paying too much in taxes.
  19. What is
    Investing

    What is "whoops" and how did it come to refer to one of ...

    The Washington Public Power Supply System (WPPSS) was formed in the 1950s to make certain that the Pacific Northwest had a constant source of electrical power. The Packwood Lake Dam was the first project ...
  20. The Dark Side Of Bulk Buying
    Budgeting

    The Dark Side Of Bulk Buying

    Find out why getting more for less isn't always a great deal.
  21. 5 Disastrous Financial Moves We Can't Seem To Avoid
    Budgeting

    5 Disastrous Financial Moves We Can't Seem To Avoid

    These money errors are all too common. Make sure you know how to avoid them.
  22. 7 Financial Advisor Red Flags
    Personal Finance

    7 Financial Advisor Red Flags

    Not all financial advisors are equally competent. When in doubt, watch out for these warning signs.
  23. Top 10 Features Of A Profitable Rental Property
    Entrepreneurship

    Top 10 Features Of A Profitable Rental Property

    Find out what factors you should weigh when searching for income-producing real estate.
  24. 5 Economic Concepts Consumers Need To Know
    Personal Finance

    5 Economic Concepts Consumers Need To Know

    A solid understanding of economics helps build a strong foundation in almost every area of life.
  25. What were the
    Investing

    What were the "browser wars"?

    When Netscape had its public offering on August 10, 1995, a last minute decision prompted the company to raise the offering price to $28 per share. The move was considered bold for a company looking to ...
  26. 4 Things To Consider Before Becoming An Estate Executor
    Personal Finance

    4 Things To Consider Before Becoming An Estate Executor

    Executing a will takes more work than you might think. Make sure you are up to the task before agreeing to be an executor.
  27. How Stock Market Indexes Changed Investing
    Personal Finance

    How Stock Market Indexes Changed Investing

    Find out how the first market averages were calculated and what they mean for investors today.
  28. How To Survive A Bankruptcy Filing
    Credit & Loans

    How To Survive A Bankruptcy Filing

    Learn how to make filing for bankruptcy less painful so you can successfully rebuild your financial life.
  29. 4 Psychological Traps That Are Killing Your Portfolio
    Active Trading Fundamentals

    4 Psychological Traps That Are Killing Your Portfolio

    Sometimes your largest financial hurdle is our head. Learn about the common mind-traps that trip up investors.
  30. Promissory Notes: Not Your Average IOU
    Personal Finance

    Promissory Notes: Not Your Average IOU

    These may be a handy way to borrow money, but this convenience does not come without risk.
  31. The Value Investor's Handbook
    Active Trading

    The Value Investor's Handbook

    Learn the technique that Buffett, Lynch and other pros used to make their fortunes.
  32. How Governments Influence Markets
    Economics

    How Governments Influence Markets

    The biggest influence in the markets today can create some unintended consequences.
  33. How China's New Status Affects You
    Economics

    How China's New Status Affects You

    China is officially the world's second-largest economy. Find out what this ranking shift means for the general public and investors.
  34. The Most Controversial Tax Deductions
    Taxes

    The Most Controversial Tax Deductions

    When it comes to taxes, it's hard to make people happy but these deductions raised more than the average amount of controversy.
  35. The Most Controversial Tax Deductions
    Taxes

    The Most Controversial Tax Deductions

    When it comes to taxes, it's hard to make people happy but these deductions raised more than the average amount of controversy.
  36. Dragons, Samurai Warriors And Sushi On Wall Street
    Bonds & Fixed Income

    Dragons, Samurai Warriors And Sushi On Wall Street

    From samurai to sushi, there's no denying the East Asian influence on investing terminology.
  37. 6 Terms To Warm The Coldest Wall Street Heart
    Investing Basics

    6 Terms To Warm The Coldest Wall Street Heart

    There is plenty of love on Wall Street, even if it's all just words.
  38. Get Through Divorce With Your Finances Intact
    Budgeting

    Get Through Divorce With Your Finances Intact

    Find out how to split your finances without coming up short.
  39. Top 10 Home Business Tax Tips
    Taxes

    Top 10 Home Business Tax Tips

    Starting a home business means new tax breaks you can claim - just make sure you're claiming the right ones in the right way.
  40. How You Make Money In Real Estate
    Home & Auto

    How You Make Money In Real Estate

    If you're interested in the real estate game, make sure you know what factors will affect whether you make money or not.
  41. Book Value: How Reliable Is It For Investors?
    Markets

    Book Value: How Reliable Is It For Investors?

    In theory, a low P/B ratio means you have a cushion against poor performance. In practice, it is much less certain.
  42. Baby Boomers Beware: Financial Fraud That Targets Seniors
    Home & Auto

    Baby Boomers Beware: Financial Fraud That Targets Seniors

    Unfortunately, you can never retire from being the target of financial scams.
  43. The SEC: A Brief History Of Regulation
    Economics

    The SEC: A Brief History Of Regulation

    The SEC has continued to make the market a safer place and to learn from and adapt to new scandals and crises.
  44. Top 10 Home Business Tax Tips
    Entrepreneurship

    Top 10 Home Business Tax Tips

    If you work for yourself, make sure you are getting the most for your tax dollars.
  45. Top Financial Scandals Of 2010
    Personal Finance

    Top Financial Scandals Of 2010

    These financial scandals dominated headlines, and changed the way we look at the market, in 2010.
  46. The Pitfalls Of Financial Regulation
    Economics

    The Pitfalls Of Financial Regulation

    Regulatory actions usually have lofty intentions that end up with unintended and negative consequences.
  47. Wall Street History: Poor Richard And Jack Welch
    Personal Finance

    Wall Street History: Poor Richard And Jack Welch

    This week, learn about important tea parties and the key to striking it rich according to J. Paul Getty.
  48. The History Of Insurance
    Home & Auto

    The History Of Insurance

    The first written policy appeared in Hammurabi's Code. Find out how it evolved from there.
  49. Wall Street History: Orange Country Crumbles And Dow Drops
    Personal Finance

    Wall Street History: Orange Country Crumbles And Dow Drops

    This week, Orange County nearly goes bankrupt and an important agricultural invention goes unpatented.
  50. Wall Street History: Christmas Cheer Or Irrational Exuberance?
    Economics

    Wall Street History: Christmas Cheer Or Irrational Exuberance?

    This week in finance, Disney was born and prohibition was lifted. It doesn't get much jollier than that!
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