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  1. What rate of return should I expect on my 401(k)?

    Learn what factors affect your 401(k) performance, and understand what a typical rate of return is for employer-sponsored ...
  2. How Much Cash Should You Keep In The Bank?

    With its barely-there interest rates, which portion of your money belongs in a bank, not somewhere else?
  3. What are some examples of deferred revenue becoming earned revenue?

    Understand specific examples when a company's deferred revenue is converted to earned revenue, and learn the principles behind ...
  4. What is the difference between fixed assets and current assets?

    Learn the differences between fixed assets such as land and current assets such as cash, as well as how these types of assets ...
  5. How should I interpret a negative correlation?

    Learn more about correlation and how businesses analyze variables. Find out how negative correlations are interpreted by ...
  6. Is there any way to reverse the law of diminishing marginal returns?

    Learn more about how consumer spending, supply and demand impact production decisions. Find out more about the law of diminishing ...
  7. Does the law of diminishing marginal returns only apply to labor?

    Learn more about how the law of diminishing returns is used by economists and businesses. Find out more about the laws of ...
  8. How can you calculate diminishing marginal returns in Excel?

    Learn more about production costs and applying the law of diminishing marginal returns using Excel. Find out more about how ...
  9. How does deflation impact consumers?

    Learn about how deflation affects consumers; they thrive in the short term, but in the long term, deflation can be disastrous ...
  10. Is demand or supply more important to the economy?

    Learn more about the impact of supply and demand in an economy. Find out why companies study supply and demand as part of ...
  11. This ETF Can Weather Any Market Condition

    Looking for a winning ETF that's capable of performing in almost any environment?
  12. Do supply and demand always cancel each other out?

    Learn more about supply and demand and how these factors drive economic activity. Find out more about demand elasticity and ...
  13. How can I profit from a fall in the automotive sector?

    Learn how you can use speculation methods, such as short selling, futures contracts and options contracts, to profit from ...
  14. What are the key metrics used to measure the business cycle?

    Learn what key metrics are used to determine if the business cycle is in a period of expansion, contraction, or at a peak ...
  15. What should you bring to a bank to open a checking account?

    Learn which documents you need to bring to the bank to open a new checking account. Having the right documents saves time ...
  16. What economic indicators are important for investing in the automotive sector?

    Discover the most important economic indicators when investing in the automotive sector: auto sales, unemployment and consumer ...
  17. Explaining Marginal Utility

    Marginal utility is the additional satisfaction a consumer gains from consuming one more unit of a good or service.
  18. What is the long-term outlook of the automotive sector?

    Find out about the long-term outlook for the automotive sector and the impact of technologies such as self-driving cars and ...
  19. What does it mean when interest "accrues daily?"

    Find out what it means when an interest-bearing account accrues interest daily and how different compounding periods change ...
  20. What is a deflationary spiral?

    Learn the meaning of a deflationary spiral and its causes; the last deflationary spiral was the Great Depression. QE has ...
  21. What Consumer Spending Reveals About The Economy

    We compare U.S. consumer spending patterns, especially in housing, food, and healthcare, against consumer spending in other ...
  22. What are the most popular companies in the automotive sector right now?

    Learn about the largest global automobile manufacturers, including the most popular automakers by sales volume and companies ...
  23. Where To Change Money in San Francisco

    The San Francisco airport and your hotel are convenient, but to save money use an ATM or your credit card.
  24. The Real Cost Of A Speeding Ticket

    Speeding can come at a cost that goes well beyond one driver and one ticket.
  25. Best Ways To Save Money On College Textbooks

    Here are nine ways you can stretch your budget for college textbooks. No, wait – maybe make that ten.
  26. 5 Secrets You Didn't Know About A 529 Plan

    Start saving for college as soon as possible after your kids are born – and keep these details in mind.
  27. What are some examples of inelastic goods and services that are not affected by the ...

    Find out how the laws of supply and demand function for goods and services considered highly inelastic, including goods not ...
  28. Tips For Maximizing The Value Of A Kitchen Touchup

    At a fraction of the cost of a remodel, a homeowner can make strategic updates to his or her kitchen that could transform ...
  29. How does the stock market affect gross domestic product (GDP)?

    Find out how the stock market affects gross domestic product (GDP) through two different channels: financial conditions and ...
  30. Why did Howard Schultz leave Starbucks, only to return eight years later?

    Find out why Howard Schultz left Starbucks in 2000, even though he was very successful, and what brought him out of retirement ...
  31. What can cause price deflation?

    Learn what price deflation is, how inflation rates can be calculated using the consumer price index and what some causes ...
  32. Why Do Credit Cards Expire?

    Credit cards expire for more reasons than you could imagine – including, so you don't forget you have the card.
  33. Why does time value of money (TVM) assume that a dollar today is worth more than ...

    Learn about time value of money, or TVM, and how a present value calculator is used to determine the value of money received ...
  34. When is an expense ratio considered high and when is it considered low?

    Discover what is considered an exceptionally high or low expense ratio for a mutual fund or ETF, and learn why this figure ...
  35. How does disposable income influence the marginal propensity to consume (MPC)?

    Learn about the relationship between disposable income and marginal propensity to consume in the classic Keynesian consumption ...
  36. How Microeconomics Affects Everyday Life

    Microeconomics is the study of how individuals and businesses make decisions to maximize satisfaction. Microeconomic principles ...
  37. Best (And Worst) Places To Change Money In Vegas

    Skip the booths at the airport and find an ATM when you want to exchange currency. Or try to use your credit card. Another ...
  38. Oil Investments Boost Egypt's Recovery Prospects

    Major foreign oil companies have provided a big boost to the Egyptian economy by agreeing to invest around US$17 billion ...
  39. What is the difference between a capital good and a consumer good?

    Learn to differentiate between capital goods and consumer goods, and see why capital goods require savings and investment ...
  40. How Safe Is Venmo And Why Is It Free?

    Venmo is a digital wallet that allows users to send money with ease. Millions use the service, but is it actually safe?
  41. 5 Smart Tips For Raising Financially Literate Kids

    Help your children learn to be financially literate with these strategies. Financial savvy begins with what they learn from ...
  42. Rethinking About Retirement Investing?

    There are plenty of reasons to rethink your retirement investing, wherever you fall on the spectrum between fatalistic acceptance ...
  43. How To Save On Currency Exchanges in NYC

    You will get the best exchange rate in New York, but it's good to arrive in the U.S. with some dollars in your pocket. Here ...
  44. Why Are Consumers In Hesitation?

    Diverging monetary policy globally and a stronger dollar continued to be key drivers of the recent underperformance and last ...
  45. The Key to McDonald's? 70 Million Customers a Day

    Even when it has an underperforming year, McDonald’s is still one of the most profitable companies around.
  46. Asian LNG Prices: Not Likely To Rise Anytime Soon

    Asian LNG prices could stay low for an extended period of time, due to low oil prices, less demand and new LNG-producing ...
  47. Best (And Worst) Ways To Change Money In Europe

    Which are the cheapest– and most costly – ways to exchange money when you're in Europe? See if you made the right choices ...
  48. How do I calculate compound interest using Excel?

    Learn what compound interest is, the formula used to calculate compound interest, and how to calculate it using three different ...
  49. Want To Learn Financial Tips For Women?

    Although Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus was focused more on love than money, some of the analogy also works fairly ...
  50. Are These the 10 Best Energy Stocks of 2015?

    These energy stocks are a bit more speculative than you might expect, but their long-term upside potentials are high.
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    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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