1. 6 Common Misconceptions About Dividends

    6 Common Misconceptions About Dividends

    You've almost certainly heard these commonly held beliefs about dividends. Find out why they're wrong.
  2. Recession Stats You Need To Know

    Recession Stats You Need To Know

    We take a look at some of the most quoted recession statistics, and find out how they're calculated and who they affect. ...
  3. U.S. Weak Dollar Policy Big Threat To Economy

    U.S. Weak Dollar Policy Big Threat To Economy

    News flash to Washington and Wall Street: The risk to our financial system is not the misperception of an overvalued dollar, ...
  4. The interest rate used to define the “risk-free” rate of return is the

    The interest rate used to define the “risk-free” rate of return is the

    a. discount rate.b. 90-day Treasury bill rate.c. five-year Treasury note rate.d. federal funds rate. Answers: bThe 90-day ...
  5. 7 Family-Friendly U.S. Cities

    7 Family-Friendly U.S. Cities

    These cities are, all things considered, some of the best places in the country to settle down.
  6. Three Documents You Shouldn't Do Without

    Three Documents You Shouldn't Do Without

    Estate planning is not just about the division of assets after you die. Read on to save your loved ones extra grief.
  7. 8 Easy Ways To Slash Your Holiday Budget

    8 Easy Ways To Slash Your Holiday Budget

    Have a happy holiday without the financial regret. These tips will show you how.
  8. Top-Down Analysis: Finding The Right Stocks And Sectors

    Top-Down Analysis: Finding The Right Stocks And Sectors

    The top-down investment strategy depends on economy and market strength. Find out what you should know before jumping in. ...
  9. Working Longer: Will It Hurt Your Retirement?

    Working Longer: Will It Hurt Your Retirement?

    Many are choosing to work longer in order to rebuild their nest eggs, but despite the extra income, there are drawbacks. ...
  10. Corporate Thanksgiving: Who Should Be Thankful For What

    Corporate Thanksgiving: Who Should Be Thankful For What

    There may not be a lot to be thankful for in terms of this year’s economy, but some sectors have more to be thankful than ...
  11. Candlesticks Light The Way To Logical Trading

    Candlesticks Light The Way To Logical Trading

    Crowd psychology is the reason this technique works. Find out how to make it work for you.
  12. Money Market Mayhem: The Reserve Fund Meltdown

    Money Market Mayhem: The Reserve Fund Meltdown

    This event serves as a stark reminder to investors about understanding their portfolios.
  13. A Brief History Of The Hedge Fund

    A Brief History Of The Hedge Fund

    Find out how this U.S.-born investment innovation became a $1-trillion industry that's both praised and vilified by the media. ...
  14. How Credit Cards Built A Plastic Empire

    How Credit Cards Built A Plastic Empire

    A decade before Mastercard or Visa existed, the first credit card company was introduced.
  15. Peak Oil: Problems And Possibilities

    Peak Oil: Problems And Possibilities

    Learn a little more about the "non" part of this nonrenewable resource.
  16. The U.K.'s Most Dangerous Jobs

    The U.K.'s Most Dangerous Jobs

    For most office works, the only on-the-job health hazards are spilled coffee or the occasional paper cut, but there are many ...
  17. 10 Office Exercises to Combat Stress and Weight Gain

    10 Office Exercises to Combat Stress and Weight Gain

    Making small changes to your routine can help your overall health. And the best part is, it's free!
  18. Your Financial Life: From Stressful To Stress-Free

    Your Financial Life: From Stressful To Stress-Free

    Find out how to get the ball rolling on your future financial security. Then sit back and watch things unfold.
  19. These Financial Products Are Too Complex For The Average Joe

    These Financial Products Are Too Complex For The Average Joe

    Structured financial products are so elaborate that investors are unable to assess costs and risk.
  20. What is the McGinley Dynamic?

    What is the McGinley Dynamic?

    The McGinley Dynamic is a little known technical indicator developed by John McGinley in 1990. The indicator attempts to ...
  21. 5 One-Of-A-Kind Jobs

    5 One-Of-A-Kind Jobs

    From dog show judge to money designer, these jobs require a great deal of expertise and offer unique employment opportunities. ...
  22. What is PMI, and does everyone need to pay it?

    What is PMI, and does everyone need to pay it?

    Also known as "Primary Mortgage Insurance," PMI is the lenders (banks) protection in the event that you default on your primary ...
  23. The Costs And Rewards Of Parenthood

    The Costs And Rewards Of Parenthood

    Children can cost quite a hefty chunk of change - but it's worth it.
  24. Retirement Saving Through The Ages

    Retirement Saving Through The Ages

    It's never too late to start saving for retirement, but there is a "better" time to get it rolling.
  25. The Plaza Accord: The World Intervenes In Currency Markets

    The Plaza Accord: The World Intervenes In Currency Markets

    In 1985, the G-5 nations signed an agreement to devalue the United States currency and correct the GDP. To an extent, it ...
  26. How The Straddle Rule Creates Tax Opportunities For Options Traders

    How The Straddle Rule Creates Tax Opportunities For Options Traders

    This rule allows traders to substantially reduce their risk, and possibly benefit on their tax returns as well.
  27. 7 Ways To Improve Your Home's Sell-ability

    7 Ways To Improve Your Home's Sell-ability

    Even in a down market, there are some quick and easy ways to improve the chances of selling your house.
  28. What The Rich And Powerful Have In Common

    What The Rich And Powerful Have In Common

    There's no sure formula to success, but focusing on these traits will help you on your way.
  29. Increase Your Profits With Soft Or Mental Stops

    Increase Your Profits With Soft Or Mental Stops

    A soft stop provides a trader with added flexibility, allowing him to react to ongoing changes in the market.
  30. Introduction to Types of Trading: Technical Traders

    Introduction to Types of Trading: Technical Traders

    Learn about the different traders and explore in detail the broader approach that looks to the past to predict the future. ...
  31. What is the difference between nonconvertible debentures and fixed deposits?

    What is the difference between nonconvertible debentures and fixed deposits?

    Debentures and fixed deposits are two different ways of investing money. A debenture is an unsecured bond. Essentially, it ...
  32. The Top 8 Most Generous Canadian Provinces

    The Top 8 Most Generous Canadian Provinces

    These provinces and territories rank high for generosity. Find out what sets them apart.
  33. 6 Reasons Why You NEED A Budget, U.K.

    6 Reasons Why You NEED A Budget, U.K.

    BUDGET YOUR MONEY! Financial experts and money advisors have been shouting this mantra from the mountaintops for countless ...
  34. What happens to insurance policies and variable annuities if the insurance company ...

    What happens to insurance policies and variable annuities if the insurance company ...

    The idea of an insurance failing or going bankrupt is one that can be very frightening. However, when an insurance company ...
  35. What certification series does one need to be a bond broker?

    What certification series does one need to be a bond broker?

    One major requirement before one can become a bond broker is to pass the General Securities Representative Exam, commonly ...
  36. Did the Stimulus Work? It Depends On Who You Ask

    Did the Stimulus Work? It Depends On Who You Ask

    Did the federal government's stimulus effort work or did it fail? What seems like a straightforward area of inquiry has become ...
  37. How Unemployment Affects You (Even If You're Working)

    How Unemployment Affects You (Even If You're Working)

    Rebounding from a stint of unemployment can be a frustrating thing to do. These tips should soften the blow.
  38. IPO Lock-Ups Stop Insider Selling

    IPO Lock-Ups Stop Insider Selling

    Ownership plays a key role when companies go public. Find out how.
  39. The Volatility Index: Reading Market Sentiment

    The Volatility Index: Reading Market Sentiment

    Using the Volatility Index can be essential for investing success.
  40. Living The High Life For $1,000 Per Month

    Living The High Life For $1,000 Per Month

    From Brooklyn to Austin, you'd be amazed at what you can rent for $1,000.
  41. A hypothecation agreement allows a broker-dealer to

    A hypothecation agreement allows a broker-dealer to

    A. approve the client for "hot" IPOs. B. hold the margined securities in a street name loan - using the securities as collateral ...
  42. Preparing For Black Friday

    Preparing For Black Friday

    You could save a lot on your holiday spending, but only if you go prepared.
  43. Is Gold A Safe Investment?

    Is Gold A Safe Investment?

    Gold is widely thought to be a safe investment - but is it right for everyone?
  44. 3 Big Money Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

    3 Big Money Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

    Avoid these three money mistakes and improve your financial situation.
  45. Money Can't Buy Happiness, But What About World Series Championships?

    Money Can't Buy Happiness, But What About World Series Championships?

    A lot of teams have invested big bucks into winning the World Series. Find out which teams spent the most, and which got ...
  46. 5 Lessons From The World's Biggest Bankruptcies

    5 Lessons From The World's Biggest Bankruptcies

    We can learn of investing strategies by studying previous financial disasters.
  47. You're Retired. Should You Ditch Your Life Insurance Policy?

    You're Retired. Should You Ditch Your Life Insurance Policy?

    If you're trying to determine whether you should throw out your life insurance policy along with your business suits, here ...
  48. Finding Market Movement With The ADX

    Finding Market Movement With The ADX

    Take a closer look at this indicator, which refines your insight into the strength of a prevailing trend.
  49. Money Can’t Buy Happiness, But What About Championships?

    Money Can’t Buy Happiness, But What About Championships?

    Find out which baseball teams spent the most money over the past 10 years, and where it paid off.
  50. 6 Simple Steps To $1 Million

    6 Simple Steps To $1 Million

    Becoming a millionaire is not as hard as you might think - it just takes time.
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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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