1. Know The Rules For Roth 401(k) Rollovers

    Know The Rules For Roth 401(k) Rollovers

    Rolling a Roth 401(k) into a Roth IRA is usually the optimal thing to do.
  2. 5 Ways To Make Your Resume Stand Out

    5 Ways To Make Your Resume Stand Out

    Standing out from the crowd is a must, especially when high unemployment rates make competition fierce.
  3. Hedge Funds Hunt For Upside, Regardless Of The Market

    Hedge Funds Hunt For Upside, Regardless Of The Market

    Hedge funds seek positive absolute returns, and engage in aggressive strategies to make this happen.
  4. What is the significance of a Schedule 13D?

    What is the significance of a Schedule 13D?

    A Schedule 13D is significant because it provides investors with useful information about majority ownership in the company. ...
  5. Is The Recession Over?

    Is The Recession Over?

    Has the jump in the stock market since March reached a peak or is this the beginning of a long climb?
  6. The SEC's Rule 144

    The SEC's Rule 144

    A. regulates public resale of privately placed securities. B. regulates private placement of unregistered securities.C. defines ...
  7. Real Estate Bargains: Location Is Everything

    Real Estate Bargains: Location Is Everything

    For the U.S. median house price, you can live in a mansion or a closet, it all depends on location.
  8. What Is An Emerging Market Economy?

    What Is An Emerging Market Economy?

    Emerging markets provide new investment opportunities, but there are risks - both to residents and foreign investors.
  9. Compensation Myths: Burger Flipper Vs. Investment Banker

    Compensation Myths: Burger Flipper Vs. Investment Banker

    Though these two jobs are perceived as being opposites, the compensation can be quite comparable.
  10. Attend Grad School For Free

    Attend Grad School For Free

    Securing funding for your education isn't always the easiest thing to do, but there are some ways to get assistance.
  11. Top 5 Bull And Bear Arguments

    Top 5 Bull And Bear Arguments

    Are you a bull or a bear? Here are the top five arguments for each side.
  12. $46 Billion Industry Of Philanthropy

    $46 Billion Industry Of Philanthropy

    Philanthropic giving is not just about money - millions of volunteers donate their time to worthy causes every year.
  13. Why The Dow Matters

    Why The Dow Matters

    Although the DJIA only includes 30 stocks, it can tell you a lot about the market as a whole.
  14. Top 10 Green Industries

    Top 10 Green Industries

    Put a little green in your wallet by investing in these growing areas.
  15. 5 Reasons To Avoid Index Funds

    5 Reasons To Avoid Index Funds

    Indexes are a hands-off way for investors to access the markets, but in some cases, nothing beats active investing.
  16. Don't Let Brokerage Fees Undermine Your Returns

    Don't Let Brokerage Fees Undermine Your Returns

    Smart investors don't give away more money than necessary in commissions and fees. Find out how to save.
  17. What is an unregistered mutual fund?

    What is an unregistered mutual fund?

    An unregistered mutual fund is a general name given to investment companies that are not formally registered with the Securities ...
  18. 3 New Threats For Would-Be Homeowners

    3 New Threats For Would-Be Homeowners

    While depressed real estate prices have created bargains for buyers, these lower prices come at a cost.
  19. What is a permanent portfolio?

    What is a permanent portfolio?

    A permanent portfolio is a portfolio construction theory devised by free-market investment analyst Harry Browne in the 198 ...
  20. 10 (Costly) Tickets To Fast Cash

    10 (Costly) Tickets To Fast Cash

    Circumstances arise when you need cash fast. Unfortunately, each option has its own risks and sometimes, a very high cost. ...
  21. 13 Pre-Issue Corporate Bond Questions For Businesses

    13 Pre-Issue Corporate Bond Questions For Businesses

    When a company needs more funding, there are many options. Corporate bonds is just one of them.
  22. Bear Market Mauls Target-Date Funds

    Bear Market Mauls Target-Date Funds

    This "set it and forget it" approach to investing is appealing, but it's not the best protection against a bear market.
  23. What is the

    What is the "three-legged stool"?

    The "three-legged stool" was a retirement terminology from the past that many financial planners used to describe the three ...
  24. 16 Tips For Scoring Cheap Tickets

    16 Tips For Scoring Cheap Tickets

    It's not impossible to enjoy your favorite pastimes - with just a little work you can find a ticket price you can afford! ...
  25. How do you use a back-to-back loan?

    How do you use a back-to-back loan?

    Back-to-back loans or parallel loans are a financial move used by companies to curb foreign exchange rate risk or currency ...
  26. Is Buy & Hold Investing Dead?

    Is Buy & Hold Investing Dead?

    In an economy rocked by the latest recession, is buy and hold investing still the best strategy?
  27. Intermarket Analysis: Pinpointing Reversals And Confirming Trends

    Intermarket Analysis: Pinpointing Reversals And Confirming Trends

    Learn how to confirm your analysis based on intermarket trends by watching global markets and particular stocks to pinpoint ...
  28. Which is NOT an element of M2 money supply?

    Which is NOT an element of M2 money supply?

    A. Dollar-denominated deposits outside the U.S. B. Cash in circulationC. Money in checking accountsD. Money in savings accounts ...
  29. A Look At The Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax

    A Look At The Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax

    For those who encounter this tax, it can be costly. Find out how to navigate this complicated tax arrangement.
  30. The Bad Market's Silver Lining: Lower Mutual Fund Fees

    The Bad Market's Silver Lining: Lower Mutual Fund Fees

    Although the past 18 months have been devastating to the stock market, there is some upside to this down market.
  31. 4 Traits Of A Top Financial Blog

    4 Traits Of A Top Financial Blog

    With thousands of blogs on the web, it's hard to sort the good from the bad.
  32. 7 Expensive Mistakes College Students Make

    7 Expensive Mistakes College Students Make

    While college freshman may be academically prepared for school they often have a lot to learn when it comes to managing money. ...
  33. Why Low Oil Prices Are Bad For The Economy

    Why Low Oil Prices Are Bad For The Economy

    You may be paying less at the pump, but how are lower oil prices affecting other parts of the economy?
  34. Save Money - Travel For A Living

    Save Money - Travel For A Living

    Would you like to live without any housing expenses? It's possible if you are a road warrior.
  35. Price Shading In The Forex Markets

    Price Shading In The Forex Markets

    This practice puts brokers ahead of their clients, but it doesn't have to be a negative for traders.
  36. What is a growth recession?

    What is a growth recession?

    A growth recession is an instance in which an economy grows at such a slow pace that it creates net unemployment, meaning ...
  37. 25 Ways To Impress Your Date On A Dime

    25 Ways To Impress Your Date On A Dime

    If the recession has put a damper on your disposable income don't despair - it needn't take the fun out of your love life. ...
  38. Outside-The-Box Ways To Make Money

    Outside-The-Box Ways To Make Money

    These non-traditional methods can help you make some extra cash.
  39. On This Day In Finance: July 31 - Nobel Prize Recipient Milton Friedman Is Born

    On This Day In Finance: July 31 - Nobel Prize Recipient Milton Friedman Is Born

    Milton Friedman was born on this day 97 years ago, and had one of the largest impacts on 20th century economics.
  40. The Unsung Pioneers Of Finance

    The Unsung Pioneers Of Finance

    We all know names like Rockefeller, but there are other influential pioneers of finance in America's history.
  41. Why aren't economists rich?

    Why aren't economists rich?

    "If you're so smart, how come you're not rich?" is a question that economists seem to invite. If they can explain the intricacies ...
  42. Faith-Based Investing: An Inspired Choice

    Faith-Based Investing: An Inspired Choice

    For those who follow a particular faith, this is just one more form of socially responsible investing.
  43. Why might one insurance policy cost more than another?

    Why might one insurance policy cost more than another?

    There are several reasons that an insurance policy can cost more or less at different agencies. Some of the more common reasons ...
  44. What is high-frequency trading?

    What is high-frequency trading?

    High frequency trading is an automated trading platform used by large investment banks, hedge funds and institutional investors ...
  45. On This Day In Finance: July 30 - The Sarbanes-Oxley Act Is Signed Into Law

    On This Day In Finance: July 30 - The Sarbanes-Oxley Act Is Signed Into Law

    On July 30, 2002, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act was signed into law by President George W. Bush.
  46. Is it possible to short sell real estate?

    Is it possible to short sell real estate?

    The traditional idea of a short sale is selling something you don't have so that you can buy it back at a lower price. The ...
  47. Is It Worth Going Green?

    Is It Worth Going Green?

    Going green might make you feel good about your purchases, but it probably won't help your finances.
  48. On This Day in Finance: July 29 - Bonus Army Invades Washington, D.C.

    On This Day in Finance: July 29 - Bonus Army Invades Washington, D.C.

    On July 29, 1932, government troops and tanks forcibly remove World War I veterans from makeshift camps in Washington D.C. ...
  49. What was the most miserable day for financial markets according to the Misery Index?

    What was the most miserable day for financial markets according to the Misery Index?

    The most miserable month ever according to the Misery Index was June of 1980. The all-time high for the Misery Index was ...
  50. Top Colleges For Your Tuition Buck

    Top Colleges For Your Tuition Buck

    College is a major financial investment. Make sure you are getting the best value.
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  1. 5 Ways To Make Your Home Remodels Pay Off

    Here are five ways to make your home renovation worth the money and effort you put into it.
  2. Differences Between Private Foundations And Public Charities

    Here's a look at the differences between these types of charitable organizations.
  3. How To Monetize Your YouTube Channel

    YouTube's Partner Program helps users earn money through their channels. Find out how.
  4. The World's Most Valuable Private Companies

    In spite of the rewards going public can bring, some companies prefer to remain private, and they are very successful in this.
  5. Is Cyber Monday The New Black Friday?

    Cyber Monday is becoming more popular than Black Friday. Here's why.
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