Investing Basics

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  1. 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. ...
  2. CAIS Day 2: Digital Investing & Evaluating Emerging Markets

    Alternative investment experts discussed the future of technology and its impact on investing.
  3. Your Investments May Not Be as Diversified as You Think

    Momentum trading focuses on investments that are performing well instead of passive allocation.
  4. How to Take Advantage of the Next Bear Market

    Take advantage of the next bear market and watch your investment in great companies grow.
  5. Why Susquehanna Downgraded Skechers

    Examining why Susquehanna downgraded Skechers.
  6. How a Rebate Makes Buying a Home Less Expensive

    When you're looking for a new home, you can save thousands if you find a real estate broker willing to offer a rebate.
  7. How BlackRock Makes Money

    The rise and continued growth of BlackRock, the world's largest investment firm.
  8. Analysis: It's Apple vs. SoftBank as Didi Weighs Funds

    Didi Chuxing has become China's No. 1 ride hailing car service by taking share from taxis
  9. What's the difference between a stop and a limit order?

    A limit order is an order that sets the maximum or minimum at which you are willing to buy or sell a particular stock. With ...
  10. 7 Stock Buying Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

    No investor is flawless. Here are some common investing fallacies and a step-by-step guide on how to avoid them when buying ...
  11. 6 Types of Diversification for Your Portfolio

    Here are six forms of diversification you should include in your portfolio.
  12. Comparing Traditional to Evidence-Based Investing

    Evidence-based investing uses the best evidence available to maintain an investment portfolio
  13. Reduce Your Investment Fees to Get Ahead Financially

    With lower portfolios returns forecasted it's even more important to reduce your investing fees.
  14. What is the formula for calculating internal rate of return (IRR) in Excel?

    Understand how to calculate the internal rate of return (IRR) using Excel and how this metric is used to determine anticipated ...
  15. Using Volatility To Your Advantage with ETFs

    ETFs offer investors plenty of ways to deal with changes in market volatility.
  16. What is the formula for calculating net present value (NPV) in Excel?

    Understand how net present value is used to estimate the anticipated profitability of projects or investments, and how to ...
  17. What the Fed’s Hike Means for Markets

    We see market complacency as a risk as the Federal Reserve normalizes its pace of normalization.
  18. Spring Training

    Heidi discusses whether optimism or sober assessment of valuations and political realities can prevail in the markets.
  19. Small Homes or Big: Which Ones Give You More Return?

    In answer to the small vs. big home question, a smaller one tends to provide greater profit potential on your investment. ...
  20. Using News Headlines to Adjust Your Portfolio

    The news often uses sensationalism to sell media. Don't base your investing on the headlines.
  21. When Politics Drives Markets: CAIS 2017 Global Market Outlook

    Here are some highlights from the alternative investment community's latest summit.
  22. Tony Robbins on the Fiduciary Rule

    Best-selling author and entrepreneur Tony Robbins on the Dept. of Labor's "Fiduciary Rule"
  23. IPO Basics Tutorial

    What's an IPO, can you get in on one, and will they make you rich?
  24. Tracking Volatility: How the VIX is Calculated

    When market volatility spikes or stalls, newspapers, websites, bloggers and television commentators all refer to the VIX®. ...
  25. $500 or $5,000: The Best Ways to Invest For a Small Budget

    Got a small budget? Here are some investing tips.
  26. The Only Constant in Investing Is Change

    Many of the changes in investing have been positive, like reduced fees and increased education.
  27. How Active Investing Leads Investors to Index Funds

    Investing in index funds is more active investing than passive investing.
  28. To Invest Or To Reduce Debt, That's The Question

    Find out how you can make use of that excess cash and improve your financial situation.
  29. Get Diversification The Easy Way With ETFs (VTI)

    Getting diversification with ETFs is easy, but investors can enhance that diversity with some extra effort.
  30. Should Water Be Privatized?

    Could water privatization mean lower costs, greater efficiency and higher quality compared to public sector providers? A ...
  31. Low-Interest-Rates Retirement Planning

    A new survey from BlackRock suggests that investors may be relying too heavily on high returns to guarantee their retirement ...
  32. 8 Things to Consider Before Buying a Two-Family House

    Renters can help cover the mortgage payments, but property location, price and privacy are just a few of the things to consider.
  33. How to Prepare Yourself for a Market Crash

    Being prepared for the next market crash will ensure you survive and perhaps even benefit from it.
  34. 5 Ways Rental Properties Jumpstart Your Finances

    Rental properties can help pay your mortgage, provide tax benefits and create retirement income.
  35. Why and When Your Robo-Advisor Will Fail You

    Robo-advisors are not as capable as human advisors in handling market downturns and volatility.
  36. 7 Tips for Tax-Managed Investing

    Use these seven tips to reduce the tax impact on your taxable portfolio.
  37. NYC Real Estate Predictions for 2017

    Making New York City real estate predictions is always complicated, but a variety of factors make it clear that change is ...
  38. The Bull Market Anniversary and Long-Term Investors

    Bull and bear markets shouldn't really matter to long-term investors.
  39. Active Managing vs. Indexes and Annuities

    Active managers may never beat indexes, but they reduce downside risk, which is a long-term benefit.
  40. It's All Relative When It Comes to Investing

    Deciding when to buy or sell should be based on an analysis of an investment, not a target price.
  41. Is Your Portfolio Ready for a Market Crash?

    With the right diversification and risk, your investment portfolio will weather any market crash.
  42. Jon Stein on Building Betterment

    As the CEO and founder of Betterment, Jon Stein has a vision for the future of digital financial advice.
  43. Betterment's Jon Stein on the Future of Finance

    Betterment founder and CEO Jon Stein on the future of the financial industry.
  44. Tax Savings with a Roth IRA and Real Estate

    Combining a Roth IRA with an investment in a real estate limited partnership can decrease taxes.
  45. It's Time to Divest From Fossil Fuels and Invest Sustainably

    Investors are increasingly making a difference by changing how they invest.
  46. Top 4 Leveraged S&P 500 ETFs (SSO, UPRO)

    Investors with high risk tolerance aiming to capitalize on a volatile space may like these funds.
  47. The Top 4 ETFs to Track the Nasdaq (QQQ, ONEQ)

    Investors seeking exposure to the tech sector may want to check out these Nasdaq ETFs.
  48. Enterprise Risk Management

    Enterprise Risk Management is a business strategy that identifies and prepares for hazards that may interfere with a company's ...
  49. Investing in the World's Most Profitable Whiskies

    As rare spirits fetch unprecedented prices at auctions, investing in whiskey may prove even more tempting than drinking it.
  50. What to Do When Your Target-Date Fund Reaches the Target Year

    Here's what to do when your target-date fund reaches its target year.
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