1. Financial Physics:

    Financial Physics: "Natural" Market Laws

    Physics uses math to define the laws of the universe; here, we look at what laws explain the financial universe.
  2. Trading Options With The Zero-Cost Cylinder

    Trading Options With The Zero-Cost Cylinder

    The zero-cost cylinder allows traders to effectively trade the market while protecting their downside.
  3. The Best CEOs Listen To The Street

    The Best CEOs Listen To The Street

    Studies show that transparency and listening to the market are a winning combination for CEOs and the companies they run. ...
  4. On This Day In Finance: July 23 -  Ford Delivers First Model A

    On This Day In Finance: July 23 - Ford Delivers First Model A

    The first car produced by the Ford Motor company was the original Model A that came out in 1903.
  5. What is an alligator spread?

    What is an alligator spread?

    An alligator spread refers to a financial position (a unique combination of put and call options) that is unprofitable because ...
  6. One Person + Multiple Careers = Greater Wealth

    One Person + Multiple Careers = Greater Wealth

    Self-made millionaires are not one-trick ponies. You shouldn't be either.
  7. What is the gold standard?

    What is the gold standard?

    The gold standard is a monetary system where a country's currency or paper money has a value directly linked to gold. With ...
  8. On This Day In Finance: July 22 - John Dillinger Is Killed

    On This Day In Finance: July 22 - John Dillinger Is Killed

    On July 22, 1934, famed bank robber John Dillinger was killed by FBI agents in Chicago.
  9. Lending From A Loan Officer's Perspective

    Lending From A Loan Officer's Perspective

    Learn how a loan officer thinks, so that you can get the best and safest loan.
  10. Business Owners: Avoid Enron-esque Retirement Plans

    Business Owners: Avoid Enron-esque Retirement Plans

    If your business administers a retirement plan, you should recognize what's at stake.
  11. Get Hired In Finance, Despite The Recession

    Get Hired In Finance, Despite The Recession

    During a recession, there are still plenty of options for a business school graduate.
  12. 7 Low-Rate Mortgage Shams

    7 Low-Rate Mortgage Shams

    Interest rates on a mortgage aren't the only factor defining a good loan.
  13. On This Day In Finance: July 21 - WorldCom Files For Bankruptcy

    On This Day In Finance: July 21 - WorldCom Files For Bankruptcy

    At one time the second largest long distance phone company in the U.S., WorldCom was forced to file for bankruptcy on July ...
  14. Which of the following BEST describes a wash sale?

    Which of the following BEST describes a wash sale?

    A. Buying and selling the same security simultaneously B. Buying stock while selling the equivalent convertible bondsC. Exercising ...
  15. 5 Earnings Season Investing Tips

    5 Earnings Season Investing Tips

    These essential tips will get you through the earnings season.
  16. On This Day In Finance: July 20 -  Congress Approves The Bretton Woods Agreement

    On This Day In Finance: July 20 - Congress Approves The Bretton Woods Agreement

    United States Congress officially approves the Bretton Woods Agreement, thus including the U.S. in the Bretton Woods System. ...
  17. Money-Saving Tips For Sports Fans

    Money-Saving Tips For Sports Fans

    If you do a little sleuthing and stay flexible on which teams to follow, you can still enjoy all the excitement of live sporting ...
  18. Subaccounts: As Good Their Clone Funds?

    Subaccounts: As Good Their Clone Funds?

    Variable annuity subaccounts are virtual clones of mutual funds but they have their own CUSIP number and their historical ...
  19. Cut Employee Stock Option Taxes With AMT Credit

    Cut Employee Stock Option Taxes With AMT Credit

    Learn how refundable AMT credits can help you save on taxes, AMT bills and more.
  20. Pick Stocks Like Peter Lynch

    Pick Stocks Like Peter Lynch

    Learn the basic tenets that helped this famous investor earn his fortune.
  21. You CAN Retire In A Recession

    You CAN Retire In A Recession

    Just because you receive your gold watch during a recession, doesn't mean you can't retire on time.
  22. 10 Careers With Great Job Prospects

    10 Careers With Great Job Prospects

    The unemployment rate may be high, but that doesn't mean you need to sit on the sidelines. Find out which fields have the ...
  23. 6 Hot Careers With Lots Of Jobs

    6 Hot Careers With Lots Of Jobs

    Despite the high unemployment rate, there are some careers with above-average prospects.
  24. What is an e-meeting?

    What is an e-meeting?

    An e-meeting is any meeting that takes place over an electronic medium, as opposed to the traditional face-to-face form. ...
  25. What is long-term care insurance?

    What is long-term care insurance?

    Long-term care insurance is an insurance policy that that helps a patient pay for long-term care. The policy usually covers ...
  26. How To Master Online Auctions For Fast Cash

    How To Master Online Auctions For Fast Cash

    Online selling is just as easy as in-person selling and can yield five to 10 times the profit.
  27. Top 6 Factors That Drive Investment In China

    Top 6 Factors That Drive Investment In China

    FDI in China surpassed $100 billion in 2010, certain key factors drive foreign direct investment.
  28. On This Day In Finance: July 17 -  America's First Millionaire Is Born

    On This Day In Finance: July 17 - America's First Millionaire Is Born

    John Jacob Astor, a fur trader, was the first recorded millionaire in America.
  29. On This Day In Finance: July 16 - Martha Stewart Is Sent To Prison

    On This Day In Finance: July 16 - Martha Stewart Is Sent To Prison

    Martha Stewart is sentenced for her role in the ImClone stock trading scandal.
  30. Goldman Sachs: Unusual Earnings For An Unusual Company

    Goldman Sachs: Unusual Earnings For An Unusual Company

    Goldman Sachs alumni have an unprecedented history of seamlessly moving from private to public service. Here's a short list ...
  31. Pharma Patent Trolls: Cheap Drugs At A Steep Price

    Pharma Patent Trolls: Cheap Drugs At A Steep Price

    Though patent trolls can help patients achieve cheaper medication in the short-term, everyone pays for it in the long term. ...
  32. Write Covered Calls To Increase Your IRA Income

    Write Covered Calls To Increase Your IRA Income

    Covered calls may require more attention than bonds or mutual funds, but the payoffs can be worth the trouble.
  33. What is indexed universal life insurance?

    What is indexed universal life insurance?

    Indexed univeral life insurance is a lot like universal life insurance, however it does have a couple of wrinkles not found ...
  34. "Helicopter Ben" Bernanke: Flying High Or Headed For A Tailspin?

    Bernanke's first four-year term will come to an end in early 2010. Will it be his last?
  35. On This Day In Finance: July 15 - Aerospace Giant Boeing Founded

    On This Day In Finance: July 15 - Aerospace Giant Boeing Founded

    Aerospace Giant Boeing Founded.
  36. 5 Things Every Real Estate Pro Knows

    5 Things Every Real Estate Pro Knows

    Find out how to stop chasing the market and start leading it.
  37. 4 Wealth-Building Secrets

    4 Wealth-Building Secrets

    Protect what you have while shifting risk is the motto of the rich. Find out how a life insurance policy can help you do ...
  38. What is pension maximization?

    What is pension maximization?

    Pension maximization refers to a strategy for choosing a payout option at the time of your retirement. Employees near retirement ...
  39. 6 Sources Of Free Cash For Student Loans

    6 Sources Of Free Cash For Student Loans

    Websites and credit cards can offer you direct and indirect sources of free money to pay off your student loan.
  40. What was the Gold Reserve Act?

    What was the Gold Reserve Act?

    The Gold Reserve Act of 1934 gave the government the power to peg the value of the dollar to gold and adjust it as it pleased. ...
  41. The conduit theory...

    The conduit theory...

    A. leads to the SEC's preference to allow exchanges to self-regulate.B. suggests that expenditure is the key to governing ...
  42. The Real Cost Of Drinking Coffee

    The Real Cost Of Drinking Coffee

    How much is your morning jolt hurting your wallet? More than half of Americans drink coffee every day, and the costs add ...
  43. On This Day In Finance: July 13 - Live Aid Concert Raises $70 million

    On This Day In Finance: July 13 - Live Aid Concert Raises $70 million

    The first global concert raised millions of dollars to help the poor in Ethiopia.
  44. Understanding Oil Industry Terminology

    Understanding Oil Industry Terminology

    The drillers are just one aspect of the oil & gas industry, and by knowing some details of their role, you'll be better ...
  45. Shopping Online: Convenience, Bargains And A Few Scams

    Shopping Online: Convenience, Bargains And A Few Scams

    Shopping from the comfort of your couch has major benefits - and some unpleasant side effects.
  46. Planning For Unemployment

    Planning For Unemployment

    Preparation can help you land on your feet after getting the "old heave-ho".
  47. 4 Good Reasons To Quit Your Job

    4 Good Reasons To Quit Your Job

    Sarah Palin's recent resignation left many wondering why. Here are some good reasons for anyone to quit their job.
  48. On This Day In Finance: July 10 - Adolphus Busch Is Born

    On This Day In Finance: July 10 - Adolphus Busch Is Born

    On this day in 1839, German-born American brewer Adolphus Busch was born
  49. Funding Your Retirement Is No Joke

    Funding Your Retirement Is No Joke

    Saving for your golden years is an important goal, especially since so many Americans don't save a penny.
  50. Real Estate Vs. Stocks: Which One's Right For You?

    Real Estate Vs. Stocks: Which One's Right For You?

    There are ups and downs for both real estate and stock investments, so before diving in, know the differences between the ...
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    YouTube's Partner Program helps users earn money through their channels. Find out how.
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    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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